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The Nuts and Bolts of Clinical Supervision in Groups

Join us for a Live Webinar on June 9, 2023 from 10am-5pm Eastern
6 CE Credits available for behavioral health clinicians

Most clinicians think about individual supervision when thinking of clinical supervision. However, much supervision also occurs in a group format, including university training programs and agency settings. Research has shown that group supervision appears to be equally effective to individual supervision in terms of training outcomes. In this course, new and experienced supervisors will learn more about the advantages and limitations of group supervision, the models and stages of group supervision, and some specific group supervision techniques that can be used in live or virtual settings.

Participants in this course should expect to leave with a solid understanding of the advantages and challenges of providing clinical supervision in a group setting. They will review the stages of groups and the core group processes that occur within clinical supervision groups. Presenters will provide an understanding of the importance of addressing power and culture within group supervision. Finally, participants will learn various tools, techniques, and models for group supervision.

This workshop is for clinical supervisors and those considering the practice of supervision.

This course is being offered to Clinical Supervisors, but is not included in registration for the Clinical Supervision Forum.  Registration for "The Nuts and Bolts of Clinical Supervision in Groups" must be made separately from those enrolling in the Clinical Supervision Forum.

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Ruby L. Blow

Ruby Blow is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Georgia. Her current practice focus is professional development and she provides tele-supervision and tele-consultation. Her services include both group and individual modalities. She is a leader in the field of clinical supervision practice and has been in practice for 22 years. In 2012, Ruby won the Counselor Educator of the Year Award in the state of Georgia from the Professional Counselors Association. She has worked with mental health professionals in the area of clinical development from the beginning of her career. She taught for 10 years as an adjunct faculty member at Argosy University Atlanta. During her time as a clinical instructor, she led students in their practicum internships as their instructor of record. She gained experience in distance supervision leading all online sections of practicum/internship seminar. Ruby is an approved clinical supervisor and a board certified telemental health provider.

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Mary Kate Reese

Mary Kate Reese, PhD, LPC, CPCS, is a skilled counselor, clinical supervisor, counselor educator, and consultant with over 30 years of experience. Mary Kate is currently a core faculty member at Walden University, where she is the course manager for the Supervision course in the doctoral program, which she also teaches regularly. In addition, Mary Kate periodically provides workshops on supervision and ethics for mental health professionals who are obtaining continuing education credit. Mary Kate uses an engaging style in her teaching, and does not simply lecture to a passive audience! Her students leave with knowledge and skills that can easily be applied to their professional work.

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