Students are introduced to and apply theories, concepts, and ethical decision-making models to supervision case studies involving ethical dilemmas (e.g., misconduct, boundary violations, dual relationship, social media, telemedicine). Through applying ethical decision models, students understand the necessary competencies, characteristics, and responsibilities of ethical clinical supervisors.

This workshop is appropriate for those beginning their training to become a licensing supervisor and those already approved as licensing supervisors who are seeking to review and refresh their working knowledge of ethical practice as it applies in the supervisory role.


After completing this workshop participants will be able to: 
  • Understand characteristics, roles, and responsibilities of ethical and competent supervisors
  • Understand basic terms, concepts, and theories in ethics
  • Recognize components of various professional codes of ethics
  • Understand and apply ethical decision-making models to practice cases

Key Benefits

Participants in this workshop are eligible to receive up to 6 CEs approved by the Minnesota Board of Social Work. 
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Section Title
The Ethics of Supervision: Utilizing a Decision-Making Model to Navigate Rough Waters
8:45AM to 4:15PM
Nov 09, 2022
Online (US Central Time)
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
  • Online (US Central Time)
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $150.00
Section Details

Registration for this offering will close November 6, 2022 at 5:00pm Central. 

Please contact the Center for Practice Transformation at transform@umn.edu for information about this workshop or with questions about registration.


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