The purpose of this event is to prepare supervisors to check therapy therapeutic instincts and wear their mentoring hat. To assist supervisors with addressing the needs of their supervisees as they navigate life's inevitable challenges: grief and loss; illness; loss of employment; changes in relationship status; business ending ethical and legal problems with employers. The goal is to reduce the risk of abuses of power, while supporting both the supervisor and the supervisee's needs to maintain a personal professional relationship.
- Identify and respond, whether in person or at a distance, to changes in supervisee's behavior, specifically as a mentor and supervisor.
- Make recommendations for therapists/supervisees based on who they are, rather than general and standard responses.
- Navigate boundary crossings vs boundary violations as it relates to entering into the personal world of your supervisees.
This course is the recording of a live webinar presented by Ruby L. Blow on November 13, 2020
This course was recorded 11/13/2020