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OUR NEXT TRAINING STARTS Friday September 30th at 10am EST ONLINE!
30 hours of Directed Learning in Clinical Supervision: Are you a clinical supervisor or thinking about becoming one soon? This training is for you :)!
Blended format (10 hours synchronous and 20 hours asynchronous).
ONLINE SCHEDULE: Zoom meetings 5 week group schedule Fridays from September 30-October 28th 2022 from 10am to 12pm EST
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This live interactive virtual course will give you the necessarily skills and abilities needed to become an effective and empowered clinical supervisor.
By the end of this 30 hour course you will be able to:
- integrate models of supervision including post modern, anti-oppressive, decolonizing, feminist and multicultural theories
- clearly define your philosophy of clinical supervision
- create a supervision agreement for use with clients
- measure supervisee progress through the development of evaluation tools
- receive valuable feedback on your own supervision practice (in-vivo video demonstration required)
- empower and facilitate discussions and practice surrounding caregiver stress, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and burnout
Benefits of taking this training:
– connecting/ networking with compassionate, like-minded mental health professionals across Canada
-live interactive training with case examples and opportunities to set up private practice supervision paperwork and receive valuable feedback from trainers and colleagues on your current supervision practice
-be part of an anti-oppressive ,decolonizing, feminist empowerment based leadership community
-all participants will have the opportunity to be listed on our empowered clinical supervisor database of qualified supervisors
This course has been pre-approved for 30 CEC hours with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)
Your facilitator: Pauline O’Brien, Ed.D, CCC-S, CCS-AC, RP
Pauline is the founder of The Compassion Project and is a Registered Psychotherapist as well as a Canadian Certified Counsellor-Supervisor and Canadian Clinical Supervisor, Addiction Counsellor with a Doctorate degree in Counselling Psychology from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
For the past 20 years she has been providing counselling and psychotherapy services to individuals, families and groups. Her area of practice includes psychotherapy leadership, clinical supervision, interprofessional collaborative mental healthcare, trauma, addiction and Indigenous mental health. Pauline also has extensive teaching and group facilitation experience in both college and university settings. She was the first instructor to facilitate and coordinate a mental health diploma program in Iqaluit, NU where she collaborated with Indigenous communities with the goal of providing culturally informed counsellor training. She is interested in cultivating professional learning communities committed to providing safer spaces in psychotherapy.
Pauline is also the host of a new podcast for counsellors and therapists called THE EMPOWERED SUPERVISOR!