(20) Clinical CEUs total, meets 5-hour Ethics and 3-hour Social and Cultural Competence requirements.
Fundamentals of Supervision - DAY ONE Legal and Ethical Issues in Supervision - DAY TWO
workshop will provide a brief overview of the history of supervision
and will identify its role in meeting the current demands of the
practice environment. The information supplied will be based on sound
practice principals and will offer a comprehensive framework for
understanding the administrative, educational and supportive functions
of supervision. Discussion will center on the supervisory tasks of staff
recruitment and retention, the management of workloads, task delegation
and coordination, and worker performance, as well as the roles and
responsibilities inherent in educational and supportive supervision.
Specific phases in the development of the supervisor-supervisee
relationship, learning patterns and styles, the parallel process, as
well as supervisory and leadership styles will be identified and
explored as two models for supervisory practice are discussed. Conflicts
arising in supervision will be discussed and a framework for their
resolution will be provided. Supervisory skills and techniques will be
this presentation, the NASW Code of Ethics will be used as a guide to
identify the values and ethical underpinnings of the profession that
guide, support and direct supervisory practice. Difficulties associated
with boundary violations, dual relationships, confidentiality,
professional competence, duty to warn, informed consent, and fair
evaluative practices will be discussed and highlighted with case
examples. Supervisory liability (known as "vicarious liability”) will be
explored. Strategies to minimize risk and liability will be discussed
during a review of landmark cases and New Jersey law.
Cultural Competency in Supervision - DAY THREE
both experiential and theoretical approaches, broad themes of cultural
competence will be covered as they relate to ethnicity, race, gender,
age, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, physical and mental
ability and social class. Through the use of small and large group
exercises, participants will begin to recognize the assumptions,
attitudes, biases and misconceptions that inhibit communication about
cultural differences within the supervisory relationship. Factors that
facilitate cultural awareness and competence, and a framework for their
inclusion in supervision will be provided.
Friday, December 5, 2014 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, December 6, 2014 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, December 7, 2014 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
NASW Member - $275
Non-Member - $350
NASW Gold Card Member - $250
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*If you require special accommodations to permit your attendance, please submit a written request along with a completed registration form and payment at least 30 days prior to the registration deadline. Requests received after the deadline may not be able to be processed or fulfilled in time for the event.
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requests must be received within five days of course end date.
refunds are subject to a $25.00 processing fee. Credit will not be
issued toward a future program date. Refund requests typically require
3-4 weeks processing time and will be issued by check, as is our