This course for Psychotherapist, Couple and Family Therapists and Social Workers interested in developing their supervision knowledge and skills.
The course emphasizes the integration of supervision theory with selected supervision practice issues. It features a critical review of several major models of clinical supervision and a focus on facilitating the co-evolving supervision-therapy systems. Participants will develop and articulate a personal model of supervision. This course requires intense participation in a range of academic, interactive and reflective exercises designed for professional development.
This 30-hour advanced clinical course is designed for experienced therapists who want to expand their practice to include training and supervising of other clinicians as they develop their skills in individual, couple and family therapy.