Date(s) - 11/09/2019
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
TWO DAY CLINICAL SUPERVISION TRAINING
YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH DATES: NOVEMBER 9, 2019 and DECEMBER 14, 2019
The purpose of this workshop is to introduce different modality of clinical supervision, discuss ethical, legal, and cultural issues in clinical supervision, and integrate skills and knowledge of clinical supervision. The presenter will also demonstrate and introduce various techniques in clinical supervision including the use of case studies, supervision tools and assessments, videos presentations, and role-playing. The completion of the workshop can be used to fulfill the educational requirements for becoming an approved supervisor for mental health counselor associates in Washington State.
This 2-day, 15 hour training meets the educational requirement for becoming an approved supervisor in Washington state and participants will be able to describe and discuss the following areas of supervision:
- Roles and functions of a clinical supervisor
- Models of clinical supervision
- Professional development and competency
- Methods/techniques in clinical supervision
- Supervisory relationship issues
- Cultural issues in clinical supervision
- Group supervision
- Legal/ethical issues in clinical supervision
- Evaluation of supervisee competence and the supervision process
About the presenter:
Dr. Edward Ewe is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington, a National Certified Counselor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. He has provided counseling services to individuals and families in private and non-profit settings, and served as a Site Director for a community mental health clinic in Oklahoma. His clinical interest is working with individuals dealing with grief and loss, premarital and marital counseling, individual counseling, and family therapy. Dr. Edward Ewe has successfully supervised more than twenty supervisees in Oklahoma and Washington over the last 10 years.
In addition to counseling and clinical supervision, Dr. Ewe is an Associate Professor and the Clinical Director at Northwest University. As a professor, he engages students in their learning, develop and sharpen their clinical skills, and encourage them to be lifelong learners.
Dr. Edward Ewe completed my doctoral studies in Counseling at Oregon State University. His dissertation topic was regarding professional identity development of counseling students. His research interest includes professional identity development, gatekeeping, resiliency and trauma, grief and loss, clinical supervision, and religiosity and spirituality. He has presented in various national and regional conferences for American Counseling Association (ACA), Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES), Oklahoma School Counselor Association (OSCA), and Western Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (WACES).
This course is approved for 15 CE’s (3 Ethics CEs) for LMHC’s, LMFT’s, LCSW’s and all associate level licensees.
This course is approved for 15 clock hours for the NBCC. Washington Mental Health Counselors Association (WMHCA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2079. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. WMHCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.