Providing supervision can be a rewarding addition to a clinical practice. However, many clinicians are reluctant to become supervisors due to concerns about legal and ethical liability. These concerns are often increased by a lack of accurate information about the true risks of liability faced by supervisors.
Through direct instructions, presentation of real-life scenarios, and group discussions, participants will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of supervision best practices to improve their effectiveness and skill as clinical supervisors.
This two-day, 15-hour supervision workshop, focused on Counselors/MFTs/SWs/SUDPs, is designed to meet the training requirements for Washington State Approved Supervisors. In addition, this workshop contains 10 hours of training in Professional Law and Ethics.
After this training, participants will be able to:
Eric Strom is an attorney and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. As an attorney, Eric provides legal counsel, consultation and guidance to mental health professionals. The focus of Eric’s clinical practice is providing mental health counseling services to combat veterans. Eric is currently serving as the ethics advisor for the Washington Mental Health Counselors Association.