This two-day workshop will prepare new and potential social work supervisors for the challenges associated with clinical supervision of social work students and employees. Participants will be introduced to the most current evidence-based approaches to develop supervision skills. The training will include models, principles and key components of good supervision, roles and obligations of supervisee and supervisor, structuring, monitoring and evaluating supervision, managing conflict, beginnings and endings, providing helpful feedback and maintain professional boundaries within the supervisory relationship. This workshop will be based on adult learning principles and be participatory in nature.
In this workshop you will:
Enhance your understanding of clinical supervision, record keeping, and techniques for selecting and assessing supervisees
Identify the multiple roles and tasks of supervisors
Explore the process in developing and building a supervisory relationship
Understand the importance of preparing the supervisee for the supervision process
Differentiate the advantages and disadvantages of various models and styles of supervision
Identify five key components of good supervision