Online Course - Multi Media
Clinical Supervision: New Developments for Clinical Practice
This workshop will introduce new guidelines for supervision and for best practices. Through a series of skill building exercises, participants will learn effective practices that are supported by research. Participants will learn to assess both supervisee and supervisor competence, construct the supervision contract, and give feedback anchored to supervisee performance. In addition, participants will learn how to implement evaluation and outcome assessment, infuse diversity in all aspects of practice, promote self-care, and model a proactive approach to ethical and legal issues including digital age dilemmas. Lecture, discussion, experiential exercises, and video, with attention to complex issues in supervision will be included.
- Identify two guidelines that are the same across disciplines
- List one criterion referenced document used to assess competence at the point of licensure for your profession
- Describe three steps of ethical problem solving to assist supervisees in social media and internet searches relating to clients
- Describe two supervisee disclosures that the supervisor may not be able to keep confidential
This class meets the clinical supervision course requirement for licensure renewal.
Carol Falender, Ph.D.
Carol Falender, Ph.D. is co-author of Essentials of the Practice of Competency-based Clinical Supervision (2016); Clinical Supervision: A Competency-based Approach (APA, 2004); and Getting the Most Out of Clinical Supervision: A Guide for Interns and Trainees (APA, 2012) with Edward Shafranske; co-editor of Casebook for Supervision: A Competency-based Approach (APA, 2008) with Edward Shafranske, and Multiculturalism and Diversity in Clinical Supervision: A Competency-based Approach (2014) with Edward Shafranske and Celia Falicov. Dr. Falender was a member of the Supervision Guidelines Group of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) and Chair of the Supervision Guidelines Task Force of the Board of Educational Affairs (BEA) of APA. She directed APA approved internship programs at child and family guidance clinics for over twenty years. Dr. Falender is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA) and was President of Division 37, Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice (APA). She is an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University, Clinical Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychology, Co-Chair of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association Ethics Committee, and Chair of the California Psychological Association Continuing Education Committee.