Clinical Supervision: Managing Differences And Difficult Populations

Consider this: A wise person builds on a solid foundation.

 

Is your license providing Clinical Supervision on a solid foundation
OR
Is your license providing Clinical Supervision on a slippery slope?
ARE YOU AWARE THAT ANY SERVICE PROVIDED BY YOUR SUPERVISEE IS VIEWED, ACCORDING TO STATE LAW, JUST AS IF YOU PROVIDED IT?
Pause for a moment and simply imagine what it would be like to have strong Clinical Supervisory Skills that easily establish rapport and quickly create the type of amazing alliance (trust and respect) that allow you to confidently and competently (among so many other things) develop, provide feedback (aka, address “issues”), and lead your supervisees.
As a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS) and Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS), Dr. Kawakami offers four Clinical Supervisor workshops that meet the requirements for successfully submitting an application (along with other criteria) to the LPCA-GA for your CPCS credential.

 

WARNING:
This will not be one of those painfully boring lectures from one of those painfully boring people, where you are ready to go as soon as it starts!
However, you should attend only if you are not allergic to laughing, pondering new possibilities and perspectives, or experiencing what it means to “…stop and smell the roses” as you pause life with your peers and allow us to pour into your Mind, Body, & Spirit!
Combining Conversational and Covert Hypnosis, NLP, & High Emotional Intelligence, Dr. Kawakami creates amazingly enjoyable learning experiences that will have you asking for more, even now!
**Invest in yourself and attend a workshop in-person and we will invest in you with a gift of one of the 14 online workshops! After attending in-person, simply share with us the title of the online workshop and you’ll have immediate access!

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

 

  1. Explore Differences And Similarities In Difficult Populations.
  2. Identify And Discuss Cultural Competency Issues In Supervision.
  3. Discuss The Importance Of Managing Differences in Supervisees.
  4. Describe Why Evaluations Of Supervisees Are Critical.
  5. Identify And Discuss Issues Of Managing Difficult Staff.
  6. Explore How To Identify And What To Do With The Impaired Clinician.
  7. Define Due Process And Discuss Whether All Supervisees Are Guaranteed Due Process.

 

WORKSHOP DETAILS
     September 24, 2022
     Hyatt Hotel Atlanta/Alpharetta
     7500 North Point Parkway
     Alpharetta, GA 30022
     Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
     Check-In Starts: 8:30 a.m.

 

This workshop will be in-person and  via Zoom.  However, if you’ve ever attended Dr. Kawakami’s workshops, you already know two things:  1). seats will definitely  fill-up fast, and 2). the in-person experience is full of positively powerful energy and interaction, something you simply are unable to fully experience virtually!

 

Seating will be limited to a maximum of 30, with Covid distancing and sanitizing protocols.  Masks will be optional.

 

! BONUSES YOU MAY WANT TO CONSIDER !
Consider investing in yourself today and receive these bonuses for attending:

 

  • Additional 6 CE’s  ~ choose from over 14 online courses.  (value $165) ~ Who does this?
  •  CPCS Starter Kit ~ Over 20 forms every Clinical Supervisor must have in the tool box! (value $50) ~ Who does this?
  •  20% OFF for any in-person workshop within the next 60 days!  (max value $40) ~ Who does this?
  • 30% OFF all counseling and mental health products @ www.TheClinicianStore.com (value $$UNLIMITED$$) ~ Who does this?
  • Consultation on how to passively add $$$$ to your business, even while you sleep! (value $1,000’s)  ~ Who does this?
*NOTE: The 6 FREE CE’s we invest in you actually pays for this workshop! Everything else simply adds additional value to your clinical toolbox!   ~ Who cussin’ does this?                                                                        
Your investment is only:
$169 – Early Registration (By September 9th, 2022)
$189 – Regular Registration (September 10th and after)
Questions?
770-521-4498
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