Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Welcome to your CRCC CE course
    • Training and Learning Objectives
    • Meet Your Training Team
    • Acknowledgements
    • Participation Guidelines
  • 2

    Part 1. Chapter 1.

    • Chapter 1 - Information You Need to Know
    • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • Definitions
    • Rationale
    • Functions of a Clinical Supervisor
    • Central Principles of Clinical Supervision
    • Central Principles of Clinical Supervision - Basics, Benefits, and Buy-in
    • Central Principles of Clinical Supervision - Developing skill, Delineating roles, and Diversity
    • Central Principles of Clinical Supervision - Staying compliant, Safeguarding, and Supervision
    • Guidelines for New Supervisors - Introduction
    • Suggestions for New Supervisors
    • Problems and Resources
    • Working With Staff Who Are Resistant to Supervision
    • Things a New Supervisor Should Know - 8 Truths
    • Eight Truths for New Supervisors Cont.
    • Models of Clinical Supervision
    • Competency­-based Models
    • Treatment-based Supervision Models
    • Developmental Models
    • Integrated Models
    • Models and Cultural Competence
    • Models and Cultural Competence Cont.
    • Models and Cultural Competence - Perceptions, Values, and Biases
    • Models in Practice
    • Developmental Stages of Counselors
    • Developmental Stages of Counselors: Paradigms
    • Principles of Counselor Development
    • Figure 2. Counselor Developmental Model
    • Developmental Stages of Supervisors
    • Figure 3. Supervisor Developmental Model
    • Cultural and Contextual Factors
    • Areas of Concern
    • Competency Guidelines
    • Cultural Competence
    • Levels of Cultural Competence
    • Building Supervisor Cultural Competence
    • Supervisor Cultural Competency Self-Evaluation
    • Questions for Self-Evaluation
    • Questions for Supervisees
    • Figure 4. Continuum of Cultural Competency
    • Beyond Self-Evaluation
    • Power Differentials and the Supervisory Relationship
    • Ethical and Legal Issues
    • Ethical Issues: Underlying Assumptions
    • Critical Ethical Considerations for Supervisors
    • Direct Versus Vicarious Liability
    • Dual Relationships and Boundary Issues
    • Counselors in Clinical Supervision and Dual Relationships
    • Boundary Issues: Ramifications of Dual Relationships
    • Informed Consent
    • Confidentiality
    • Informed Consent and Confidentiality
    • Confidentiality and the Substance Abuse Field
    • Duty-to-Warn Requirements
    • Technology and Confidentiality Concerns
    • Figure 5. Deciding How to Address Potential Legal or Ethical Violations
    • Supervisor Ethics
    • Monitoring Performance
    • Behavioral Contracting in Supervision
    • Individual Development Plan
    • Evaluation of Counselors
    • Power Differentials and the Evaluation Process
    • Research on Supervisory Evaluation
    • Client­ Directed Outcome Informed Treatment
    • Pre-evaluation Considerations
    • Addressing Burnout and Compassion Fatigue
    • Ways to Help Counselors
    • Other Ways to Help Counselors
    • Ways to Help Cont.
    • Gatekeeping Functions
    • Defining Clinical Competency
    • When to Take Disciplinary Action
    • Methods of Observation
    • Drawbacks of Indirect Observation
    • Guidelines for Methods of Direct Observation
    • Guidelines for Methods of Direct Observation Cont.
    • Mitigating Anxiety During Observation
    • Recorded Observation
    • Guidelines for VTS
    • Concerns for VTS
    • Live Observation
    • Benefits of Live Observation
    • Drawbacks of Live Observation
    • Guidelines for Conducting Live Observation
    • Guidelines for Conducting Live Observation Cont.
    • Practical Issues in Clinical Supervision: Distinguishing Between Supervision and Therapy
    • Figure 6. Differences Between Supervision and Counseling
    • Counseling Vs. Supervision
    • Signs of Countertransference
    • Countertransferential Issues and the Counselor
    • Supervisee Transference
    • Categories of Supervisor Transference
    • Countertransference Prevention in Practice
    • Balancing Clinical and Administrative Functions
    • Tips For Balancing Clinical and Administrative Functions
    • Finding the Time To Do Clinical Supervision
    • Modalities of Supervision
    • Peer Supervision
    • Triadic Supervision
    • Individual Supervision
    • Intensive Supervision
    • Group Clinical Supervision
    • Supervision in the Substance Abuse Field
    • Documenting Clinical Supervision
    • Figure 7. Sample Clinical Supervision Schedule
    • Formative Notes
    • Practices for Successful Supervision
    • Assessing the Supervising Learning Environment
    • Methods and Techniques of Clinical Supervision
    • Contextual Issues Affecting Supervision
    • Figure 8. Methods and Techniques in Clinical Supervision
    • Administrative Supervision
    • Documentation for Administrative Purposes
    • Things to Exclude from a Supervision Report
    • Time Management
    • Resources
    • Part 1 Chapter 1 Quiz
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    Part 1. Chapter 2.

    • Part 1: Information You Need To Know
    • Chapter 2: Clinical Scenarios Showing How to Apply the Information
    • Introduction
    • Introduction: Master Supervisor Notes
    • Introduction: "How-to" Notes
    • Introduction Cont.
    • Vignette 1—Establishing a New Approach for Clinical Supervision: Overview
    • Vignette 1—Establishing a New Approach for Clinical Supervision: Learning Goals
    • Vignette 1—Establishing a New Approach for Clinical Supervision: Master Supervisor Note.
    • Vignette 1—Establishing a New Approach for Clinical Supervision: Learning Goals Cont.
    • How To Help Counselors and Clients Become Comfortable With Live Observation
    • Vignette 1—Establishing a New Approach for Clinical Supervision Cont.
    • How To Implement Direct Observation or Videotaping
    • How To Implement Direct Observation or Videotaping Cont.
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • How To Encourage Acceptance of Direct Observation
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Master Supervisor Note Cont.
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • How to Choose a Course on Clinical Supervision
    • Vignette 1- Final
    • Vignette 2—Defining and Building the Supervisory Alliance: Overview
    • Vignette 2—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 2—What will occur in supervision
    • Vignette 2—Defining experiences
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 2 continued
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 2 continued
    • Vignette 2 continued
    • Vignette 2 continued
    • How To Write a Supervision Contract
    • Vignette 2 continues
    • Vignette 2 Final
    • Vignette 3—Addressing Ethical Standards: Overview
    • Vignette 3—Background
    • Vignette 3—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 3-Addressing Ethical Standards: Learning Goals Cont.
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 3 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 3 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 3 continues
    • Vignette 3 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 3 continues
    • How To Perform Ethical Decision-making
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • How To Ask Questions in Ethical Decision-making
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 3 Final
    • Vignette 4—Implementing an Evidence-­Based Practice
    • Vignette 4—Background
    • Vignette 4—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 4—Beginning
    • How To Introduce Changes in Clinical Practices
    • Vignette 4 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • VIgnette 4 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note Cont.
    • Vignette 4 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note Cont.
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 4 continues
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    • Vignette 4 Final
    • Vignette 5—Maintaining Focus on Job Performance:
    • Vignette 5—Background
    • Vignette 5—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 5—Beginning
    • Personal Counseling Vs. Supervision
    • How To Address Personal Issues That Affect Job Performance
    • Vignette 5 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 5 continues
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    • Vignette 5 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Master Supervisor Note Cont.
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 6—Promoting a Counselor From Within
    • Vignette 6—Background
    • Vignette 6—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 6 Beginning
    • How To Demonstrate Leadership
    • Vignette 6 continues
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    • Vignette 6 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 7—Mentoring a Successor
    • Vignette 7—Background
    • Vignette 7—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 7 Beginning
    • Vignette 7 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 7 continues
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    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Resources for Mentorship
    • Vignette 8—Making the Case for Clinical Supervision to Administrators
    • Vignette 8—Background
    • Vignette 8—Learning Goals
    • Vignette 8—Making the Case for Clinical Supervision to Administrators: Background Cont.
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 8 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Vignette 8 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • How To Demonstrate the Importance of Administrative Support for Clinical Supervision
    • Vignette 8 continues
    • How To Implement a Clinical Supervision System
    • Vignette 8 continues
    • Master Supervisor Note
    • Part 1 Chapter 2 Quizzes
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    Part 2. Chapter 1.

    • Part 2: A Guide for Administrators
    • Benefits and Rationale
    • Administrative Benefits
    • Clinical Services Benefits
    • Professional Development Benefits
    • Workforce Development Benefits
    • Program Evaluation and Research Benefits
    • Key Issues for Administrators in Clinical Supervision
    • Administrative and Clinical Tasks of Supervisors
    • Assessing Organizational Structure and Readiness for Clinical Supervision
    • Assessing Organizational Structure and Readiness for Clinical Supervision Part 2
    • Assessing Organizational Structure and Readiness for Clinical Supervision Part 3
    • Administrative and Clinical Supervision
    • Legal and Ethical Issues for Administrators
    • Legal and Ethical Issues for Administrators Cont.
    • Legal and Ethical Issues for Administrators Cont.
    • Legal and Ethical Issues for Administrators Cont.
    • Diversity and Cultural Competence
    • Diversity and Cultural Competence Cont.
    • Diversity and Culutral Competence Cont.
    • Developing a Model for Clinical Supervision
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program Cont.
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program Cont.
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program Cont.
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program Cont.
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program Cont.
    • Implementing a Clinical Supervision Program Cont.
    • Phasing in a Clinical Supervision System
    • Phase I: Organization and Creation of a Structure
    • Phase II: Implementation
    • Phase III: Establishing a Training Plan and Learning Goals
    • Phase IV: Improving Performance
    • Documentation and Record Keeping
    • Documentation and Record Keeping Cont.
    • Evaluation
    • Evaluation continued
    • Evaluation continued
    • Evaluation Cont.
    • Supporting Clinical Supervisors in Their Jobs
    • Supporting Clinical Supervisors in Their Jobs continued
    • Supporting Clinical Supervisors in Their Jobs continued
    • Supporting Clinical Supervisors in Their Jobs continued
    • Supporting Clinical Supervisors in Their Jobs continued
    • Professional Development of Supervisors
    • Part 2 Chapter 1 Quizzes
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    Part 2. Chapter 2.

    • Chapter 2 Part 2 Introduction
    • Assessing Organizational Readiness
    • Assessing Organizational Readiness continued
    • Legal and Ethical Issues of Supervision
    • Legal and Ethical Issues of Supervision Cont.
    • Selection and Competencies of Supervisors
    • Assessing Organizational Readiness
    • Substance Abuse Policy
    • Supervision Guidelines
    • The Supervision Contract
    • The Initial Supervision Sessions
    • Documentation and Recordkeeping
    • Documentation and Recordkeeping continued
    • Documentation and Recordkeeping continued
    • Documentation and Recordkeeping Cont.
    • Evaluation of Counselors and Supervisors
    • Evaluation of Counselors and Supervisors Tools
    • Individual Development Plan and Tools
    • Outline for Case Presentations
    • Audio- and Videotaping
    • Audio- and Videotaping continued
    • Part 2 Chapter 2 Quiz
  • 6

    Bibliography

    • Bibliography 1
    • Bibliography 2
    • Bibliography 3
    • Bibliography 4
    • Bibliography 5
    • Bibliography 6
    • Bibliography 7
    • Bibliography 8
    • Bibliography 9
    • Bibliography 10
    • Bibliography 11
    • Bibliography 12
    • Bibliography 13
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    IMPORTANT Training Evaluation & Verification for Continuing Education Course

    • Evaluation Link
    • How to Submit for CE Verification