Practical Issues in Supervision

Webinar Wednesdays: Clinical Series 

1.5 NAADAC and NBCC CEHs Available


Webinar #4: Practical Issues in Supervision

Wednesday, September 9, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EST

Presenter: Dr. Thomas Durham, PhD

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Practical Issues in Providing Effective Clinical Supervision

Monthly Webinar Series

1.5 NAADAC and NBCC CEHs Available

Requirements: Participants are required to have 2 - 3 years experience as a clinical supervisor, currently working as a clinical supervisor and have had prior clinical supervision training.


1. The Supervisory Interview

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This is the first in the Clinical Supervision Webinar Series, hosted by Central East ATTC RegionalCenter and facilitated by Steven L. Gallon, Ph.D. These interactive webinars will highlight issues of critical importance to the establishment and sustainability of a clinical supervision program which incorporates performance feedback and continuous improvement within a nurturing and ethical environment. The issues discussed will have relevance to a diversity of supervisory models being utilized within behavioral health agencies. This particular Webinar features the Supervisory Interview. It will focus on how to plan and structure supervisory meetings of varying length. Special attention will be given to how corrective interviews can be structured to maximize the likelihood of performance improvement. Click here to download the slides from this presentation.


2. Practical Implications of Vicarious Liability

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This is the second in the Clinical Supervision Webinar Series, hosted by Central East ATTC Regional Center and facilitated by Steven L. Gallon, Ph.D. These interactive Webinars will highlight issues of critical importance to the establishment and sustainability of a clinical supervision program which incorporates performance feedback and continuous improvement within a nurturing and ethical environment.  The issues discussed will have relevance to a diversity of supervisory models being utilized within behavioral health agencies.  This particular Webinar features practical implications of vicarious liability.  Supervisors can be held accountable for the job performance and behavior of supervisees.  This seminar will discuss activities which minimize liability and assure quality service delivery. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SLIDES FROM THIS PRESENTATION


3. Boundary Issues in Supervision

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This is the third in the Clinical Supervision Webinar Series, hosted by Central East ATTC Regional Center and facilitated by Steven L. Gallon, Ph.D. These interactive Webinars will highlight issues of critical importance to the establishment and sustainability of a clinical supervision program which incorporates performance feedback and continuous improvement within a nurturing and ethical environment. The issues discussed will have relevance to a diversity of supervisory models being utilized within behavioral health agencies. This particular Webinar features boundary issues in supervision. Supervisors have responsibility for evaluating the job performance, a role which includes extraordinary power and influence over others. Enhancing awareness of how that power can be misused and precautions which can assure sound supervisory ethics will be discussed in this program. Click Here to Download Slides from this Presentation.


4. Performance Success

This is the fourth in the Clinical Supervision Webinar Series, hosted by Central East ATTC Regional Center and facilitated by Steven L. Gallon, Ph.D. These interactive Webinars will highlight issues of critical importance to the establishment and sustainability of a clinical supervision program which incorporates performance feedback and continuous improvement within a nurturing and ethical environment. The issues discussed will have relevance to a diversity of supervisory models being utilized within behavioral health agencies. This particular Webinar features performance success. Creating an environment committed to continuous learning is one predictor of a superior service delivery system. In this program we will examine some of the factors critical to successful learning and the supervisor's role in helping staff achieve greater proficiency. Click Here to Download Slides from this Presentation.


5. The Role of Data in Performance Improvement

This is the fifth in the Clinical Supervision Webinar Series, hosted by Central East ATTC Regional Center and facilitated by Steven L. Gallon, Ph.D. These interactive Webinars will highlight issues of critical importance to the establishment and sustainability of a clinical supervision program which incorporates performance feedback and continuous improvement within a nurturing and ethical environment. The issues discussed will have relevance to a diversity of supervisory models being utilized within behavioral health agencies. This particular Webinar features the role of data in performance improvement. Both quantitative and qualitative information can be useful in measuring and improving job performance. How data can be gathered and used to promote improved treatment processes will be discussed.Click Here To Download the Slides from this Presentation.


The NIATx-ATTC Clinical Supervision Project

Friday, September 7, 2012

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT

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NIATx in partnership with the ATTCs are creating a platform that will help support clinical supervisors in their clinical supervision of staff. This webinar will focus on tools and resources available.

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