Review conceptual and empirical literature on counseling supervision, including models, approaches/techniques, relationship and process issues, systemic models, and ethical/legal concerns. Gain conceptual knowledge, skills, and self-awareness concerning these areas through readings, seminar discussions, and application through practice. This course supports continuous exploration of supervisory practice. It is designed to meet the necessary requirements for clinical supervision training for licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers in the state of Oregon. It includes 6 hours of ethics training that will be listed separately on the certificates of attendance.
Sponsored by Portland State University.
Must be a licensed therapist eligible to provide supervision.