30-hour Clinical Supervision Training for Counselors & Therapists

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30-hour Clinical Supervision Training for Counselors & Therapists

from 400.00

Clinical Supervision for Counselors & Therapists

Fri Feb 8th, Sat Feb 9th & Fri 22nd, Sat Feb 23rd 2019
8:30am to 5:00pm

Portland Community College Cascade Campus- Terrell Hall 112
705 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217
This building is accessible. Please see PCC’s accessible building features map for more info: https://www.pcc.edu/disability-services/map/#ca-th-1

30 hours of Continuing Education including 6 hours in Ethics and 6 hours in Cultural Competency.

NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider™ Program. Karen Hixson LPC LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. ACEP #6897. Programs that do not qualify for NCC credit are clearly identified. Karen Hixson LPC LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.

The NBCC is an accepted credentialing body for the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists and the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers for continuing education. Please check your professional board’s CE requirements for more information.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to meet the 30-hour educational requirement to become an approved supervisor for LPC’s and LMFT’s through the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists (OBLPCT). This course would be appropriate for any licensed mental health professional who is qualified and desires to supervise LPC’s & LMFT’s. Please see the state requirements for supervising LPC/LMFT’s here: https://www.oregon.gov/oblpct/Pages/Supervisor.aspx

Participants will learn models of supervision to develop competency and mastery in the supervision of LPC’s and LMFT’s 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 modalities. The instructor will share supervision expertise through a social justice lens and with an awareness of power in the supervision relationship.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Learn all rules and requirements for supervision LPC’s + LMFT’s in Oregon

  • Build competence in tasks and roles that a supervisor performs

  • Learn more about your own desired model of providing supervision

  • Increase competence in meeting your ethical and legal responsibilities as a supervisor

  • Enhance your ability to engage in competent practice in addressing race, culture, and other aspects of identity for supervisees and their clients

COST & PRICING

Due to a need for more Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color (BIPOC) to become supervisors in our field, the payment model of this training is based on reparations. Reparations are meant to address the oppressive historical disparities that continue to impact BIPOC communities by increasing access to opportunities. The payment model does not penalize dominant/white culture participants by having them pay more, BIPOC participants will simply receive a discount. By registering for this training, you agree to this policy. Please, as always, contact me with questions or concerns. karen@karenhixsonlpc.com. If you are a BIPOC who is interested but the cost is prohibitive, please contact me.

I am glad to invoice your agency or provide a payment plan. Email me with questions.

Cancellations/Refunds: 100% of registration fees will be refunded if requested up to 14 days prior to the program. If a refund is requested less than 14 days prior to the program, credit in the amount paid will be granted for a future training if attended within one year of cancellation. If no request is made, the registration fees will be forfeited. If a participant cancels within 48-hours or no-shows for the program, a refund will not be given.  

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