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Using Vulnerability to Teach in Supervision: An Effective and Ethical Clinical Training Model (Part One)

Date Published: May 15, 2019

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Clinical supervision with trainees in any helping profession places supervisors in a vulnerable position because we are extending our licenses for these trainees to practice. Developing an authentic relationship with our supervisees might mitigate some of the liability vulnerability, but it also creates a more vulnerable experience for the supervisor and supervisee during training. This workshop will look at best practices with regard to teaching in professional supervisory relationships and review the ethical considerations involved in supervising in the helping professions.

Please note: if licensed for other professions or other states, check with your state licensing agency for reciprocity and/or credit approval.

Requests for special accommodations: If you require adaptive accommodations, please contact support@seminarweb.com so arrangements can be made.

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Using Vulnerability to Teach in Supervision: An Effective and Ethical Clinical Training Model (Part Two)

Date Published: May 15, 2019

Summary

Clinical supervision with trainees in any helping profession places supervisors in a vulnerable position because we are extending our licenses for these trainees to practice. Developing an authentic relationship with our supervisees might mitigate some of the liability vulnerability, but it also creates a more vulnerable experience for the supervisor and supervisee during training. This workshop will look at best practices with regard to teaching in professional supervisory relationships and review the ethical considerations involved in supervising in the helping professions.

Please note: if licensed for other professions or other states, check with your state licensing agency for reciprocity and/or credit approval.

Requests for special accommodations: If you require adaptive accommodations, please contact support@seminarweb.com so arrangements can be made.

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