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Co-Occurring Disorders for Behavioral Health Supervisors
June 12, 2020

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This virtual training course focuses on topics and issues for behavioral health supervisors to help enhance and expand your process as a clinical supervisor. Throughout the training, we will discuss a variety of supervision topics including various models of supervision, addressing ethical dilemmas with supervision, as well as technology and supervision.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Define the significant roles of clinical supervisors
  • Explain the significance of a mentoring relationship in supervision
  • Define the ethical issues in clinical supervision including dual relationships and confidentiality
  • Analyze the ethical obligations and ethical decision-making of the supervisor
  • Discuss the importance of collaboration in the development of an effective supervisory relationship
  • Discuss the key benefits of using technology to extend the reach of clinical supervision

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

All persons who interact with patients, which may include intake staff, reception area personnel, drivers, maintenance staff, as well as professional staff.

PRESENTERS:

Anthony Estreet headshotAnthony Estreet, Ph.D., LCSW-C, LCADC

Executive Director, Next Step Treatment Center.

Anthony is an Associate Professor at Morgan State University and is an experienced client-centered therapist with strength in developing and delivering effective training.