Session 3 Links

Ethics and Diversity in Supervision - Presented by David Kahn

3 Ethics Hours
 

Goal: The goal of this workshop is to help participants explore the ethical principles that influence effective counseling from a multicultural perspective.

Objectives

  • Participants will be able to verbally relate their understanding of the need to be cognizant of any cultural values or bias they possess and recognize their limits of practice.

  • Participants will be able to verbally relate their understanding of how client world views may be different than their own and the need to gain understanding of various world views to enhance interactions.

  • Participants will be able to identify appropriate interventions strategies for working with a multicultural population that transcends race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, and eliminates prejudice.

  • Participants will recognize and be able to verbally relate their understanding of ten multicultural factors to consider in the practice of counseling.


Part 1 Link: 

https://youtu.be/W84ZNAOTmO8

 

Part 2 Link:

https://youtu.be/WRSQ98k74Ho

 

Quiz Link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y3M2G5M

(Must be completed after watching the session)

Supervising the Traumatized Therapist - Presented by Nicole Deems & Jill Crossgrove

3 CEUs
 

Summary: In a field that so often exposes clinical staff to the traumatic events and experiences of others, it is imperative that clinical supervisors understand the impact that trauma exposure has on a clinical staff member. In understanding the impact, we then also need to understand how to respond in a trauma-informed way and support our clinical staff in the work they do. The focus of building supportive relationships and increasing capacity to manage our exposure for trauma is a parallel process that can then take place for clients and clinicians as well as clinicians and supervisors, ensuring we all remain focused on hope and healing.

Objectives:
1. Reinforce the understanding of trauma and how it impacts the brain.
2. How to recognize a clinician impacted by trauma or secondary trauma.
3. Increase understanding of a trauma-informed supervision philosophy including how to reinforce self-care practices with clinical staff.
4. Increase skills to support a trauma-informed approach to individual supervision as well as larger organizational supports that can also increase resiliency in clinical staff.


Part 1 Link: 

https://youtu.be/c29AstgRflU

Part 2 Link:

https://youtu.be/1qcdK0xecX8

Quiz Link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2Q6BC5J

(Must be completed after watching the session)

Please Email sccmhca@gmail.com after you complete the session for the conference evaluation and certificates.