Spotlight Webinar Series: Clinical Supervision: Ugh! Do I really have to go? Yes, you do and here’s why
South Southwest ATTC's second Spotlight Webinar with our Educational Consortium partner school, the University of Central Arkansas, "Clinical Supervision: Ugh! Do I really have to go? Yes, you do and here’s why."
A three-hour webinar regarding the importance of clinical supervision, the impact of no or poor clinical supervision and the impact of good clinical supervision. A discussion of the research, ethics and fostering good relationships with your clinical supervisor or your supervisees.
Friday, April 14th
9:00 am - 12:00 pm (CT)
Lisa K. Ray, MS, ACADC, CS-D, PR, has just retired as Program Director for the Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies Program at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) with the Department of Health Sciences. She presently teaches adjunct for UCA, Ottawa University, and Rio Salado Community College. She also had a private practice in Addictions Counseling and Consulting, with offices in Conway and Little Rock for eight years. Prior to her association with UCA, she was employed by the Arkansas Department of Community Correction for over 17 years. Initially, she served as a probation/parole officer and subsequently as the first Treatment Manager for the Probation/Parole Division and aided in the creation of the Treatment Division for that portion of the agency. While she served as Treatment Manager, she had the opportunity to oversee the implementation of 28 Drug Courts in the state as well as the placement of over 20 counselors in area probation/parole offices. The Treatment Division grew from one staff member to 53 during her 5-year tenure.
In addition to all of that she is also a mother and grandmother to both human and 4-legged furry children.