Supervision Innovations: Risk Management, Ethics, Technology, and Cultural Humility
Clinical supervision is increasingly being recognized as a core professional competency within the behavioral health field, providing a bridge between the classroom and the clinic. Supervision is necessary in mental health to improve client care, develop skills based on evidence-based practices, and maintain ethical standards in the field.
Join us as Dr. Carol Falender, PhD and Dr. Frederic Reamer, PhD present on a variety of pertinent supervisory topics. Dr. Reamer will discuss ethics, documentation and risk management issues within the supervisory relationship while Dr. Falender will explore multicultural humility as it pertains to clinical supervision.
Here are a few topics that will be discussed:
- Boundary and Dual Relationship Challenges
- The Supervision Agreement
- Risk Management Issues
- Multicultural Competence & Identities
- Effective Supervisor, Supervisee & Client Strategies
- Vicarious Traumatization
- Levels of Support