TARGET AUDIENCE: SOCIAL WORKERS AND STUDENTSThis training will focus on the differing types of supervision while discussing the elements of effective supervision. Attention will be paid to scopes of practice, having cultural awareness and issues of cross cultural supervision. Learning will also include what supervision includes, and regulatory issues. This training meets the requirements for a Ohio CSWMFT Board approved social work supervision training. By the end of this training, participants will be able to:Identify the types, roles and responsibility of clinical supervisionExplain he use a developmental approach in assessing the Supervisee’s level of competence and needsDescribe how to conduct supervision and the legal issues involved in clinical supervision.Meet your presenters: Kristy Blazer deVries, LISW-S Kristy is a seasoned managing clinician earning both of her degrees from The Ohio State University School of Social Work. She is an Assistant State Director with Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of Ohio. Kristy is also a member of the Community Crisis Response and CISM team at Netcare Access. Training both clinicians and caregivers is a special passion of Kristy’s. With 20 years of clinical supervision, training and staff development experience, Kristy realizes that quality supervision can make the difference in sound clinical practice leading to positive outcomes for the people we serve.REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOONThe Ohio State University College of Social Work is an approved provider of the Ohio CSWMFT Board. Our social worker provider number is: RST111002.
Friday, January 20, 2017 9:00 AM - 12:15 PMEastern Time
115 Stillman HallThe Ohio State UniversityCollege of Social Work1947 College RoadColumbus, Ohio 43210USA614-292-7686
OSU College of Social Work
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