Date: 8:00am - 5:00pm PST November 6
This course gives clinicians the information and skills necessary to develop competence in counseling supervision. It also meets the 30-hour requirement for the supervisors of candidates seeking licensure from the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (OBLPCT).
Topics to be covered include:
- Research-informed theories and approaches to supervision
- The central tasks of supervision
- Personal factors, counter-transference and the parallel process
- Diversity, cross-cultural and multicultural competence
- Ethical and legal perspectives and risk management
- Informed consent, supervision contracting and evaluation
Participants will have the opportunity to discuss actual supervisory highlights and challenges and experience common scenarios in a supportive atmosphere.
The course is designed for current and future supervisors of graduate interns, clinical staff, and licensure candidates.
Past participants have said…
“The exercises were great and the overall “tone” was perfect for cultivating rich discussion about supervision ethics.”
“The group activities and discussions opened up discussion to a very diverse group of clinicians, providing many opportunities for alternate views of clinical supervision.”
Course Details & Registration
Dates & TImes: Mondays & Tuesdays, November 6-7 & 13-14, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Instructor: James Gurule, MA, LPC
Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate School, South Chapel
Continuing education credit: CECP 827, 2 semester hours, $700
Continuing education credit registration form (PDF)
*Please note: Completed registration forms containing social security numbers and/or credit card information should not be submitted via email. If you choose to pay by credit card, please mail or fax your registration to the Center for Community Engagement, using the contact information on the right-hand side of this webpage.
Noncredit: $500, includes 30 CEUs or PDUs. Lewis & Clark Alumni save 20%.
About the Instructor
James Gurule, MA, LPC is a child and family therapist and Clinical Supervisor who has worked in Community Mental Health for the past 28 years. In addition to providing psychotherapy and supervision, James has taught Counseling Psychology graduate courses at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling since 1998.