Foundations of Supervision

Credit Type

Credit Hours



Course Description

The Foundations of Supervision introductory course is a six-credit-hour foundational course for clinical supervisors. The course is broken up into six individual models that address the myriad aspects of supervision training: the basics of supervision, characteristics of quality supervisors, administrative expectations of supervisors, models of supervision, therapist development, and supervision challenges. The Foundations of Supervision course provides an understanding of the process of supervision, the expectations of supervisors, and a deeper understanding of the supervision process.

Learning Objectives

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.

Course Introduction

Developed By

Dr. GlassValerie Q. Glass, PhD, LMFT, AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Dr. Glass is currently a professor of marriage and family therapy at Northcentral University. Dr. Glass runs a small private practice and has been working with clinicians in their early stages of clinical development for several years. Dr. Glass researched the therapeutic alliance process and what makes a strong working relationship.
Price: $159.00