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Clinical Supervisory Ethics Training


Clinical Supervisory Ethics Training

Participants will receive 6 hours of ethics and supervision training specifically designed to explore the ethical role and responsibilities of the Clinical Supervisor. Standards in Ethical Codes pertaining to supervision are reviewed with the participants. Written exercises and discussions are used to explore supervisory boundaries; remote and electronic supervision; evaluation of supervisees; and responses to ethical supervision dilemmas. Participants will also construct a Supervisory Genogram to explore their own supervision history. We will also discuss how to choose your supervision approach based on the developmental needs of your supervisee.

Clinicians are requested to bring a copy of their applicable professional Code of Ethics.

Objectives of Training

Identify areas of growth needed to expand supervisory competence.

Identify supervisory boundaries pertaining to technology.

Construct a Supervisory Genogram to explore diversity and multicultural issues.

Know which supervision approach is appropriate with each supervisee.

Describe recommended policies for remote and electronic supervision.

Contact Hours

6 hours of ethics and/or supervision training, NBCC and LCSW eligible.


10-12 Ethical Supervisory Competence

Supervisory Genogram

12-12:30 Lunch provided

12:30- 2 Ethical Supervisory Boundaries

The Law of 3

An Ethical Approach to Assessment and Supervision based on Needs

2- 2:15 Break

2:15 - 4:45 Ethical Supervisory Evaluations

Supervisory Dilemmas

Meet the Presenter:

Dayna Guido, MSW, LCSW, ACSW is a clinical social worker with 40 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has a private practice in Asheville, NC where a major focus of her professional energies go into providing clinical supervision and teaching others how to provide clinical supervision. This training is adapted from a chapter in her recently published book from Routledge, Creative Ways to Learn Ethics: An Experiential Training Manual for Helping Professionals. She is also the author of The Parental Tool Box for Parents and Clinicians.

Intended Audience

Clinical Supervisors in Mental Health Services

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