Clinical Supervision I & II Immersion Series

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Plan to register for the entire six month series.
Day 1:
Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 08:00 AM until 03:00 PM
Day 2:
Friday, August 14, 2020 at 08:00 AM until 03:30 PM
Day 3:
Friday, October 23, 2020 at 09:00 AM until 04:00 PM
Location and Delivery Method
Delivery Method
Online / Web Delivered
Software
Zoom
Cost Range
FREE
This event is free of cost, space is limited to the first 25 registrants.

Host And Instructor

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Host
Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center
Instructor
Paul Hunziker MA, LMFT, SUDP

Training Overview Description

Series Description:

This six-month long full immersion program in clinical supervision is intended to introduce participants to a model of supervision, familiarize participants with competency based counselor skill development, prepare participants to be highly qualified clinical supervisors, and meet state guidelines for being an approved supervisor. The curriculum includes live experiential training sessions, on-going learning session opportunities and culminates in direct observation combined with individual coaching in specific supervision skills. This program when fully completed will provide participants with 30 NBCC & NAADAC CE hours, which meets Alaska, Oregon, and Washington training requirements to be recognized as a Clinical Supervisor. All training sessions will be highly interactive and incorporate all of the Zoom platform features to maximize the learning experience.

Target Audience: Clinical Supervisors of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Programs

Please register for both the CS I and CS II, as this is meant to be an entire CS immersion experience.

Event-specific Details

Clinical Supervision I Immersion Series: Developing Counselor Skills

These virtual training days are experiential education workshops. Topics include the following: importance of having a supervision model to work from, providing feedback, and guiding the development of individual professional development plans. The virtual trainings include didactic components, skills training; skills practice exercises and small group learning activities.

These (4) one-hour online learning collaborative meetings will occur virtually and be split into small groups of 6 to 10 participants. The trainer will review the materials from the virtual training and discuss with participants how to incorporate these skills and practices into their work. Exact times for the one-hour sessions to be determined and shared during the initial training. Participants must attend at least three follow up meetings in order to receive their CEUs.

15 CEUs available for this phase of the training, once all components have been completed

Clinical Supervision II Immersion Series: Managing Supervisory Dilemmas

The second phase of the training in clinical supervision for behavioral health providers focuses on dilemmas clinical supervisors face and how to implement CS skills learned in the first phase into practice. CS 2 is designed to further increase supervisors’ understanding and skill in assessing counselors in mental health and substance use disorder treatment setting. This training will emphasize how to handle problems, which may arise in the supervision process. It also emphasizes the importance of creating structure, collaborative teaching and mentoring, and builds on skills in risk management and setting boundaries as a supervisor.

One-hour follow-up sessions will be offered every two weeks following the one-day virtual CS 2 training in October. The focus of the learning session will be implementation of the clinical supervision model and skills covered in CS 1 and CS 2. Exact times for the one-hour sessions to be determined and shared during the initial training. Participants must attend eight follow-up meetings in order to receive their CEUs.

These individual sessions are intended to build on the skills taught in the course by providing direct observation. They also provide an opportunity to have skills in direct observation modeled for the participants. This is completed by submitting a 20 minute sample of a supervision session to be followed by individual coaching sessions.

15 CEUs available for this phase of the training, once all components have been completed

Trainer
Paul Hunziker MA, LMFT, SUDP is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Substance Use Disorder Professional and a American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Approved Supervisor. Paul is currently in private practice in Tacoma, Washington where he works with supervisees and clients. He has also been a clinical director and owner of a Washington State Certified Outpatient Behavioral Health treatment center located in Renton WA. Paul has been training Supervisors with the NWATTC since 2015. He has also been a Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) member since October 2014. Paul has a background in experiential education and looks to create trainings which engage participants through multiple learning styles. Paul also has been using his innovative training design ideas to create live online trainings which are highly engaging and interactive.

Questions?

Contact us at: northwest@attcnetwork.org http://attcnetwork.org/northwest

Behavioral Health/Mental Illness
Chronic Alcoholism and Other Substance Related Disorders
All Administrative Support Services
All Behavioral Health / Social
All Substance Abuse

Registration Information

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Clinical Supervision I Immersion Series: Developing Counselor Skills at https://www3.thedatabank.com/dpg/423/personal2.asp?formid=nwmeet&c=560765

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Clinical Supervision II Immersion Series: Managing Supervisory Dilemmas at https://www3.thedatabank.com/dpg/423/personal2.asp?formid=nwmeet&c=2885877