This low-cost bundle is comprised of four courses and encompasses 15 hours of clinical supervision training. The four courses are Foundation of Supervision (6 hours), Supervision and Cultural Humility (3 hours), Ethical Situations in Supervision (3 hours), and Telesupervision (3 hours). In this introductory series, participants will explore what it takes to be effective, review different models, examine cultural components, revisit ethical responsibilities, and refresh their distance-based skills. This asynchronous bundle will equip mental health professionals with necessary information for successful clinical supervision.
Ethical Situations in Supervision
Upon completion of the Ethical Situations in Supervision course, participants should be able to:
1. Justify ethical decision-making processes.
2. Formulate guide for ethical decision making within one’s own supervision work.
3. Evaluate common ethical challenges and how these can be approached.
4. Determine direction for specific dilemmas brought within the supervision relationship.
Foundations of Supervision
Upon completion of the Foundations of Supervision course, participants should be able to:
1. Explain the major expectations of supervisors supervising clinical work.
2. Compare multiple models of supervision.
3. Distinguish different stages of therapist development.
4. Apply administrative expectations to their supervision practice.
5. Solve common challenges or dilemmas that may exist in the supervision relationship.
Supervision and Cultural Humility
Upon completion of the Supervision and Cultural Humility course, participants should be able to:
1. Define cultural humility, cultural competency, and cultural sensitivity.
2. Understand the role of power and privilege in supervision.
3. Describe how the understanding of “self” plays a role in cultural humility.
4. Apply a cultural humility lens to specific case scenarios.
Upon completion of the Telesupervision course, participants should be able to:
1. Explore ethical and legal guidelines for telesupervision.
2. Assess technological requirements for effective telesupervision.
3. Examine contextual variables that enhance online supervision.
4. Develop techniques and strategies that promote efficient telesupervision.
5. Appraise benefits of online supervision.
6. Identify relational component and its uniqueness in online supervision.