Mental Health Supervision
This continuation of the first Clinical
Supervision program will update the rules and
regulations, review a variety of theoretical approaches to supervision, examine intern
selection and evaluation, address dealing with difficult supervisees, and address a variety of potential
legal, ethical and clinical issues as surfaced by the supervision process and
Participants are expected to be familiar with the supervision rules and regulations of their respective licensing board(s).
This course satisfies the Board of Behavioral Sciences and the Board of Psychology requirements for supervision training.
Update of Rules and Regulations
Theoretical Approaches to Supervision
Stages of Supervision from the first session to termination
Tips & Traps
Special Topics in Supervision
Selecting Competent Interns
Understand the rules and regulations and how to avoid violations
Understand theoretical approaches to supervision
Creating sensible and acceptable risk management
Addressing and dealing with problems with supervisees
Steven M. Sultanoff, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist (#PSY 8687) and licensed MFT (#MFT 16081). He works as a therapist, supervisor, professor, consultant, and trainer. For 20 years he has served as a clinical supervisor in various agencies and universities, including 11 years as the clinical director in a psychology-training center. His passion for teaching and multi-media presentations earned him Psycho-Legal Associates "Instructor of the Year" award in 1999.