Date: 9:00am - 12:00pm PDT May 18 Location: York 115, Lewis & Clark Graduate School
York 115, Lewis & Clark Graduate School
In this course, professional counseling supervisors will address common clinical supervision themes of supervisee non-disclosure, supervision relationship fine-tuning, and explore the supervisee/supervisor stress-distress-burnout-incompetence continuum.
In this workshop, participants will learn the following:
- Applications of already-developed supervisory interventions that match your supervisee’s developmental needs.
- Heightened awareness of supervisee dependency and strategies for their optimal development.
- Indicators of supervisee non-disclosure, and strategies for developing increased trust and disclosure flexibility customized to your supervisee’s developmental readiness
- Themes of relationship atrophy and ways to recognize and re-energize your clinical supervision interactions and working relationships.
- Indicators of supervisee stress, distress, and their potential for the development of burnout, vicarious traumatization, and implementing strategies to mitigate against eventual supervisee incompetence or incapacitation.
Participants will discuss, explore and practice supervisor/supervisee interactions, with active participation in the development of skills helpful to address themes of trust-building, strength-based feedback, interventions for distress monitoring and helpful timing of your supervision adjustments.
Course Details & Registration
Dates: Friday, May 18, 2018, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Instructor: James Gurule, MA, LPC
Noncredit: $60, includes 3 CEUs or PDUs. Lewis & Clark Alumni receive 20% off.
Further inquiries into the nature of non-disclosure, its impact on clinical supervision and therapy, and the understanding of the key factors related to this often under-recognized phenomena will be made.
This training meets the 3-hour requirement for licensed and registered supervisors from the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (OBLPCT).
About the Presenter
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.
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