This 3-hour course is for anyone considering a supervisory position or who has been practicing as a clinical supervisor. It provides an overview of supervision models, roles and responsibilities of supervisors including ethical and legal issues, and discussion of the developmental model of supervision as it applies to counselors and supervisors. A self-inventory, discussion questions and case scenarios are available for students to apply the course material. Additional resources are listed at the end of each module.
1. To increase knowledge about clinical supervision models
2. To increase knowledge about professional issues in supervision
3. To provide resources that can assist in ongoing supervisor development
1. Complete a self-inventory that examines the supervisory role
2. Increase self-awareness about professional development as a supervisor
3. Increase knowledge and skills in applying a model of supervision
4. increase knowledge and skills in ethical decision making as a supervisor
Your Course Instructor:
Charlotte M. Chapman, M.S., MAC, CCS, LPC
Charlotte Chapman has been in the addictions and mental health counseling field for thirty years. She has practiced as a counselor, supervisor and program director. Charlotte is a licensed professional counselor, a licensed substance abuse treatment provider, a certified masters addictions counselor (MAC) and a certified clinical supervisor (CCS). She is currently the director of counseling services at the University of Virginia’s Women’s Center where she teaches and supervises graduate counseling students. Charlotte has been providing training in clinical supervision for twenty years. She has served on national and state credentialing boards. Charlotte was a member of the task force that produced TAP21-A: Competencies for Substance Abuse Treatment Clinical Supervisors (SAMHSA, 2007). More information is available at www.chapmantraining.com.