Sunday, November 8, 2020 (9am - 4pm) | 6CEUs
Multicultural Competency Supervision Training – 6 Hour Workshop
Presented by Theo Burnes, Ph.D., M.S.Ed.
The purpose of this one-day training is to provide background knowledge and context for competency-based clinical supervision and to showcase a diversity of evidence-based approaches to conduct multiculturally competent supervision at SCCC. The intent is to assist the supervisor in supporting diverse trainees’ development while also maintaining ethical client-consumer care. Specifically, the focus of this training is to address competencies in clinical supervision using the Competency Benchmarks across the professional lifespan of the mental health trainee and beyond.
Course Learning Objectives:
The goals and objectives for this training are learner/attendee-centered. By the end of this six-hour workshop, attendees will be able to:
Goal 1: Identify and understand information related to the Competency Benchmarks
Goal 2: Identify and understand evidence-based interventions in clinical supervision for use in university mental health settings.
Objective C. By the end of the training, attendees should be able to identify and implement one intervention that they can use in a clinical supervision session with mental health trainees. This objective will be measured using an observed roleplay.
Objective D. By the end of the training, attendees should be able to discuss at least two ways that supervisory interventions may need to be modified based on a trainee's intersecting, multicultural identities.
Goal 3: Self-assess and understand information related to one's own competence as a supervisor.
Objective E. By the end of the training, attendees should be able to identify two concrete ways that they can conceptualize a trainee's knowledge, attitudes, and skills using the Competency Benchmarks.
Objective F. By the end of the training, attendees should be able to identify three concrete learning goals that they have for themselves in their continuing development as clinical supervisors of mental health trainees.
Course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences;
This course is intended for LMFTs, LCSWs and LPCCs who are currently supervising pre-licensed clinicians or who are interested in becoming Clinical Supervisors.
Theo Burnes, Ph.D., M.S.Ed. is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara and has 17 years experience as a clinician and supervisor, helping clients and pre-licensed professionals move through anxiety and depression. He is the co-author of the book Cases in Muilticultural Supervision: Models, Lenses, and Applications, and is the associate editor of the journal Training and Educational in Professional Psychology. He also specializes in executive coaching with academic professionals at various points in their careers. Theo is also a full professor and Interim Director of Clinical Training at Antioch University in Los Angeles.
Course to take place via Zoom (link to be shared via email)
Course will be held from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM with a one-hour lunch break.
Completion Certificates: Certificates of Completion will be e-mailed to participants within 14 days of the completion of the program.
SCCC Alumni receive a discount for this training, as they do with all trainings that have a fee. Register below! Current SCCC supervisors are FREE to attend -- please do not register below, but fill out this form to add your name to the list. (6 CEUs)
The Southern California Counseling Center is approved by CAMFT (Provider # 62299) to provide continuing education for MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs. This course satisfies the BBS requirement for six (6) hours of continuing education in the area of Supervision.
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This training is FREE for CURRENT SUPERVISORS AND STAFF - submit this form to be added to the list.