30-hour Clinical Supervision Training
30-hour Clinical Supervision Training
Clinical Supervision for Counselors & Therapists
Jan 26th & 27th and Feb 9th & 10th 2018
Multnomah Friends Meeting House
4312 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97215
Early Bird Registration: $499 until December 8th
$625 regular registration
30 Hours of Continuing Education including 6 hours in Ethics and 6 hours in Cultural Competency.
NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider ™ Program #: 6897 Karen Hixson LPC LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP NO. 6897. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Karen Hixson LPC LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
Program Registration Requirements:
This course is designed to meet the 30-hour educational requirement to become an approved supervisor for the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Marriage & Family Therapists (OBLPCT) to supervise LPC's and LMFT's. You must be qualified to supervise LPC's and LMFT's according to the OBLPCT.
Content Description & Learning Objectives:
Participants will learn theories and models of supervision to develop competency and mastery in the supervision of counselors and marriage and family therapists in all settings. Applicable ethics, laws, and rules will be emphasized along with relevant process skills and relational issues that arise in supervision. This training will include didactic and experiential learning to develop skills for individual and group supervision modalities. The instructor will share supervision expertise through a social justice lens and with an awareness of power in the supervisory relationship.
- Learn all requirements and rules for supervising LPC's & LMFT's in Oregon
- Build competence in the role of supervisor
- Increase competence in meeting ethical and legal responsibilities as a supervior
- Enhance ability to engage in competent practice in addressing race, culture, and other aspects of identity as a supervisor
I have one full scholarship available for a counselor or therapist of color. Addressing the diversity of the behavioral health workforce and deepening commitments to the advancement of mental health workers of color is a priority that I take seriously. The industry remains whiter than the state population as a whole. The US Census office estimates that in 2016 76% of Oregon’s population identifies as non-Hispanic white, thus the workforce for the behavioral health industry is 10% whiter than the state population as a whole.[ii] Nationally, approximately 90% mental/behavioral health professionals are non-Hispanic White while racial and ethnic minorities make up 39% of the U.S. population. [iii] These disparities are undoubtedly wider when considering clinical supervisors.
Direct action is required to address racial disparity and the impact of white supremacy within the mental health field. One means to do so is to remove financial barriers.
If you are a counselor or therapist of color who would like to take this supervision course, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also let me know if you have a colleague you'd like to recommend for the scholarship.
[i] Association of Community Mental Health Programs 2017 Behavioral Health System Concept Paper. (2016, July 20). Retrieved December, 2016, fromhttps://www.oregon.gov/oha/amh/AdditionalResources/Oregon_BH_System_Reform_Concept_7-20-16.pdf
[ii] Population estimates, July 1, 2015, (V2015). (n.d.). Retrieved December, 2016, from http://www.census.gov/quickfacts/table/PST045215/41
[iii] Annapolis Coalition. (2007). An action plan for behavioral health workforce development: A framework for discussion. (SAMHSA/DHHS Publication No. 280-02-0302). Rockville, MD: Department of Health and Human Services.
Dr. Karen Hixson is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Portland, Oregon. In addition to her own counseling practice, Karen supervises early career counselors working in community mental health and private practice settings. Karen completed her PhD in Counseling at Oregon State University. Her dissertation is entitled Understanding Power in the Therapeutic Relationship. She is currently focused on organizing with a group called Mental Health Providers Unite!
1520 N Alberta St
Portland, OR 97217