2021 Developmental Models of Supervision and Best Practices is a program designed to help participants review well-established models of counselor development, gain information about these well-established models as they apply to supervising mental health trainees, and successfully demonstrate understanding by passing a quiz.
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Program Learning Objectives
The program content will:
- Introduce well-established developmental models of supervision including:
- Blueprint for Developmental Supervision
by Haynes, Corey and Moulton
- Discrimination Model by Bernard
- Systems Approach (SAS) by Halloway
- Integrated Developmental Model by Stoltenberg, McNeill, and Delworth
- Blueprint for Developmental Supervision
- Explore the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Best Practices regarding planning for developmentally appropriate supervision.
- Describe supervisor roles (teacher, counselor, and consultant) appropriate to trainee development.
- Offer information so participants can successfully pass a quiz with 70% or better covering the application of well-established models of supervision into a successful supervision plan.
Participants successfully completing this three-hour course will:
- Understand the basic principles and techniques of foundational and well-established developmental models of supervision.
- Know how to integrate supervisor roles (teacher, counselor, and consultant) and apply supervision models based on supervisee need and development.
- Comprehend ACES best practices and how to incorporate them into a successful supervision plan.
- Complete a quiz with 70% or better demonstrating confident application and understanding of foundational and well-established models of supervision and ACES best practices.
NBCC Program Content Requirements
Courses offered through Kate Walker Training LLC are rigorously reviewed and held to the highest standards:
- This program is directly and primarily about a topic related to the practice of professional counseling.
- Program information includes a clear statement of the program learning objectives requirement.
- This is an advanced course for licensed mental health providers and licensed mental health supervisors with a master’s or doctoral degree in counseling or related field.
- This program was designed Kate M. Walker, a licensed mental health professional with the necessary experience and knowledge in the topic(s) presented. Dr. Walker holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and she is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor.
- We provide participants with a mechanism for evaluating our programs.
- We provide participants who successfully complete the program with a certificate displaying the licensee’s name, program title, date course was completed, the number of NBCC hours awarded (for applicable programs), the name and signature of the approved continuing education provider along with the NBCC ACEP number and contact information, including mailing address, telephone number, e-mail address and website address.
- Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.
- We keep all continuing education record of attendance on file for six years (or more) and records are available upon written request.
Continuing Education Information
This course provides three hours of continuing education in a non-interactive home study format. Home study course hours are calculated via written text (6000 words = one hour) and video (one hour = one hour).
2021 Developmental Models of Supervision Best Practices certificate will indicate:
- NBCC Hours: 3
- Supervision CE Hours: 3
Kate Walker Training LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP # 7040. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Kate Walker Ph.D., LPC-S, LMFT-S is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Kate Walker Training LLC provides continuing education for mental health providers. Always check with your licensing board before purchasing a course for professional continuing education.
- This online training is currently available in English only. It is delivered via audible narration and visual text.
- The terms ‘lesson,’ ‘lecture,’ and ‘module’ may be used interchangeably.
- The terms ‘supervisee,’ ‘trainee,’ and ‘intern,’ may be used interchangeably.
- This course must be completed 90 days from the date of purchase. Please carefully review our terms of purchase for electronic goods before you check out.
STATEMENT REGARDING COURSE RESOURCES
Kate Walker Training LLC charges a fee for online training. All of the resources used to design the course are listed within the course, along with the resource URL where available. You do NOT need to purchase the Kate Walker Training LLC course to access those resources. Kate Walker Training LLC will not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from accessing those resources, nor hinder anything the listed resources’ licenses permit.
The open-source resources we have chosen for this course are:
Gerald Corey’s Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy 9th edition. You can access it online by clicking here.
Supervision Best Practices 1. (n.d.). https://acesonline.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/ACES-Best-Practices-in-Clinical-Supervision-2011.pdf
The Common Factors Discrimination Model / the-common-factors-discrimination-model.pdf / PDF4PRO. (2018, August 18). PDF4PRO. https://pdf4pro.com/view/the-common-factors-discrimination-model-15067e.html
Unknown. (n.d.). Supervisee Bill of Rights. https://katewalkertraining.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Supervisees-Bill-of-Rights.pdf
Recommended Text and Resources:
American Counseling Association. (2014). ACA code of ethics. Retrieved from https://www.counseling.org/resources/aca-code-of-ethics.pdf
Barden, S. and Crunk, S. (2017). The common factors discrimination model: An integrated approach to counselor supervision. The Professional Counselor, 7(1), 62-75. doi:10.15241/aec.7.1.62.
Bernard, J. and Goodyear, R. (2015). The fundamentals of clinical supervision, 5thEdition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Fall, M. and Sutton, J. (2004). Clinical supervision. A handbook for practitioners. Boston: Pearson Education, Inc.
Halbur, D., and Halbur, K. (2015). Developing Your Theoretical Orientation in Counseling, 3d Edition. North Dakota: North Dakota State University.
Haynes, R., Corey, G., and Mouton, P. (2010). Clinical supervision in the helping professions, 2ndEdition. Virginia: American Counseling Association.
Todd, T. and Storm, C. (2014). The complete systemic supervisor: Context, philosophy, and pragmatics, 2ndEdition. West Sussex: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 3 CE Hours
- Skill level Advanced
- Language English
- Students 2
- Assessments Yes
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Developmental Module and Best Practices
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- 2021 Developmental Models of Supervision and Best Practices Lesson 1: Overview
- 2021 Developmental Models and Best Practices Lesson 2: Four Models
- 2021 Developmental Models and Best Practices Lesson 3: ACES Best Practices for Supervision
- 2021 Developmental Models and Best Practices Lesson 4: Working With Trainees
- 20 Questions for 2021 Developmental Models and Best Practices
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