Supervision and Cultural Humility

The Supervision and Cultural Humility introductory course is a three-credit-hour course designed to provide supervision training, as well as cultural humility training. This course will increase your knowledge of cultural humility and how to build cultural humility into your work with supervisees and their clients. This course will explore many facets of supervising clinicians from a cultural humility lens. The supervision and cultural humility training is designed as a continuing education unit for supervisors in many clinical fields, including social work, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, and counseling. This course is asynchronous and designed to be an introductory course, a refresher course, or an intermediate course for supervision competencies.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       75      Online

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Telemental Health

This telemental health introductory course will cover the benefits and the challenges of engaging in online therapy services or telemental health counseling. Participants will learn best practices for handling crises or challenging cases in telemental health and the importance of screening clients for appropriateness prior to engaging in telemental health. This telemental health training will provide an overview of ethical and legal considerations in clinical work using online therapy services as a delivery modality.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       75      Online

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Telesupervision

In this introductory course, you will review current best practices pertaining to telesupervision, particularly in the fields of therapy and psychology. You will learn to manage employees remotely while reviewing specific technological requirements needed to provide effective online supervision, explore ethical and legal guidelines for telesupervision, and assess challenges and benefits of online supervision. Through this remote work training course, you will also develop techniques and strategies that contribute to efficient telesupervision.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       75       Online

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