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Ruby Blow, owner and operator of Atlanta-based Development Counts, provides clinical supervision, consultation, and training. Among her many licenses and certifications, Ruby is an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). She has provided services since 2001 and increasingly, Ruby has seen a shift in the mode of services to electronic meetings (primarily via video conferencing) rather than in-person.
Learn from our interview of Elizabeth (Liz) Grady, LPC, LPCS, DCC from eSupport, PLLC. Liz and her colleagues noticed a need for online counseling and clinical supervision in North Carolina and have worked to fill that need. Liz shares how she prepared for, implemented, and succeeded at providing these important services.
Our interview with Christina Michelle Hamilton, M.A.Ed., LPC, NCC, ACS, DCC, an approved clinical supervisor, covers how telesupervision is practiced.
Telesupervision is known by different names: E-Supervision, Online Supervision, Virtual Supervision, Technology Assisted Clinical Supervision, Skype Clinical Supervision…. However, it is simply the practice of clinical supervision when the supervisor and the supervisee are at different locations and communicating electronically.
This interview covers the following questions:
How is telesupervison practiced?
Does telesupervison work?
Is telesupervision allowed?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of telesupervision?
Is telesupervison training helpful?
What are the boundaries of competence?
How to provide telesupervision for an organization