Led by Lois Ehrmann, PhD, LPC, NCC/ACS
Leading Edge Seminars
Six 3-hour webinars broadcast on May 29, June 12, June 19, June 26, July 10 and July 24, 2020
For Information on her in-person training, click here
So you know how to set up an informed consent contract and can comfortably negotiate liability issues and the code of ethics in clinical supervision, but how do you move from being a good, competent supervisor to one who is great? This 18-hour webinar will hone your capacity to provide attuned and present guidance as a clinical supervisor in a way that facilitates self-learning and personal growth for both your and your supervisee.
This webinar consists of six modules that will be delivered live via Zoom video conferencing. Each module will focus on one topic and will include some case presentation, small-group discussion and the practice of tools that you can use later with your own supervisees. The curriculum is as follows:
Date Time Module
05/29/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET 1. Compassion Fatigue as a Clinical Supervisor
06/12/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET 2. Interventions for Compassion Fatigue for your Supervisee
06/19/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET 3. Cultural Considerations in the Supervisory Context
06/26/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET 4. Helping your Supervisees Bridge Cultural Differences with Their Clients
07/10/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET 5. Strategies for Supervising Rookie Supervisees
07/24/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET 6. Ethical Concerns for Clinical Supervisors
A week before each scheduled webinar session, participants will be emailed—
• A direct link to access the webinar
• Links to download the relevant PowerPoint slides and handouts
• Guidelines for how participants can interact with each other and with the presenter
• All modules will be recorded and available for participants to view for up to three months after the date of each live webinar.
This training is suitable for supervisors wishing to further develop their understanding of the supervisor-supervisee dynamic as well as those looking for more hours to fulfil the CRPO requirement of 30 hours of directed learning for clinical supervision.
Technical Requirements for Webinar Participation
This webinar will be delivered via the online video conferencing service www.zoom.us . Zoom Meeting is a video chat platform where all presenters will be able to see and hear the presenter, as well as their fellow participants, when talking. To access a Zoom meeting, all you need is a computer, tablet or smart phone, a link to the Zoom meeting and an internet connection.
To take part in our webinars, you will need—
• An email address
• A computer, laptop or tablet with a webcam and an inbuilt mic* or a smart phone with a camera
• Internet access (via wireless or direct connection)
*For a better online interaction experience, we recommend that everyone purchase a USB or Bluetooth hands-free microphone headset for better sound quality (but especially if you are planning to join via computer audio only). If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
LOOKING TO COMPLETE YOUR 30-HOUR CRPO SUPERVISION REQUIREMENT?
Lois is also offering a 2-day in-person workshop in Toronto:
Effective Clinical Supervision: Building and Maintaining the Supervisory Alliance Thursday, May 7 – Friday, May 8, 2020
This 2-day 12-hour workshop offers a comprehensive survey of the skills and issues all supervisors need to know to tackle toughest issues they face in today’s ever-evolving world of therapy. Click here for full workshop description .
The 2-day workshop supplemented with Lois’s 18-hour webinar fulfills the 30 hours of directed learning in clinical supervision required by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. For details about the 2-day workshop, please click here .
Registrants are welcome to sign up for the webinar and workshop together or either training separately.
Lois Ehrmann, PhD, LPC, NCC/ACS, is the founder and executive director of the Individual and Family Choices Program in State College, Pennsylvania, USA. This organization is a cutting-edge outpatient trauma treatment program ministering to individuals of all ages and families of all sizes and variations. Lois has over 33 years of professional counselling experience and over 19 years of clinical supervision experience. She holds the following credentials: Clinical Supervisor (ACS) and National Certified Counselor (NCC), Registered ATTACh Clinician, Certified Attachment Focused Family Therapist, Certified IFS (CSL) Therapist, Certified EMDR Clinician and Approved Consultant (EMDRIA), and Certified Trauma Treatment Specialist (CTTS). She has also been an affiliated assistant professor at Penn State University in the Department of Counselor Education and Supervision since 2004. In the most recent years of teaching she has focused on skill development in masters’-level counsellors and clinical supervision skills for doctoral-level professional helpers. Lois is a sought-after clinical supervisor and thoroughly enjoys teaching and mentoring new clinicians.