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Core Essentials of Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Care

This interactive workshop is designed for all mental healthcare professionals who anticipate or have recently commenced providing supervision to trainees, as well as more experienced supervisors who are looking for a refresher course in supervision.

Facilitated by Cory F Newman, Ph.D.

Drawing on recent findings from evidence-based programs, this workshop will highlight the essential contents and processes of supervision:

  • The supervisory relationship
  • The chief responsibilities and teaching methods of a supervisor
  • Promoting ethical behavior and cross-cultural sensitivity in supervisees
  • Facilitating supervisee competency in delivering a high standard of care to their patients
  • Managing important administrative tasks, including providing feedback and formal evaluations in a timely, constructive manner.

Multi-modal aspects of the methods of supervision will be highlighted, including didactic teaching, audio-visual recordings, role-modelling and role-playing.

Participants will view and discuss a demonstration video of supervision, and will have the opportunity to engage in role-playing. Interactive discussion of challenging supervision scenarios will be utilised, along with didactics.

RSVP Here by Thu 05 December, 05:00 pm

RSVP Here by Thu 05 December, 05:00 pm

Venue: University Centre for Rural Health, 61 Uralba St, Lismore

Date/Time: Full day | Thu 12 Dec 2019, 8:15 am - 4:30 pm (8h 15m)

Cost : $90 including GST

Event Organiser: University Centre for Rural Health

Contact: Larisa Barnes

Phone: (02) 6620 2145

Email: Click here


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