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Steps to receive a Continuing Education Certificate for this Course

Step #1 - Read Section 1 then Answer Question 1. Question 1 is located at the end of Section 1. Then, click on the Test link found at the end of Section 1 to answer question 1. Read Section 2. Answer question 2 and so on.

Step #2 - After completing and scoring the Test a Certificate granting 20 CE credits is issued to you. Coordinating Instructor: Tracy Appleton, LCSW, MEd

Course Articles:
I. Application of the Development Model of Supervision
Section 1 & Question 1
--Development Model of Supervision

II. The role of supervision in the practice environment
Section 2 & Question 2
--The Role of Supervision in the Practice Environment

Applications & Examples of Supervisory ROLE
Section 3 & Question 3
--Clinical Supervision and Training
Section 4 & Question 4
--Clinical Supervision Contract
Section 5 & Question 5
--Reflective Practice in Supervision
Section 6 & Question 6
--Perspectives in Multicultural Counseling
Section 7 & Question 7
--Supervisee Self-Evaluation
Section 8 & Question 8
--Suicide-related Training
Section 9 & Question 9
--Responding to Client Sexual Behaviors
Section 10 & Question 10
--Effective Goal Setting in Supervision

Section 11 & Question 11
--Managing Difficulties in Supervision

Section 12 & Question 12
--Resistance in Supervisees
Section 13 & Question 13
--Considerations for Ethical Supervision
Section 14 & Question 14
--Supervision: Facilitating Therapist-Client Relationship
Section 15 & Question 15
--Overcoming Supervisor-Employee Relationship Conflicts
Section 16 & Question 16
--Skills for Empowering Subordinates

Applications & Examples of Supervisory MODEL
Section 17 & Question 17
--Encouraging Cognitive Development of Clinical Supervisees:      Bloom's Taxonomy in Supervision
Section 18 & Question 18
--Solution-focused Strategies for Clinical Supervision
Section 19 & Question 19
--Reconstructing Clinical Supervisee Training
Section 20 & Question 20
--A Reflective Model of Counseling Clinical Supervision
Section 21 & Question 21

--Clinical Supervision: Lessons from the Literature
Section 22 & Question 22
--Cultural Factors in Clinical Supervision
Section 23 & Question 23
--Supervisee Perspectives of Multicultural Clinical Supervision
Section 24 & Question 24
--Getting the Most Out of Clinical Supervision: Strategies for Mental      Health
Section 25 & Question 25

--Hierarchy Theory of Clinical Counselor-in-Training
Section 26 & Question 26
--Supervision Regarding Culturally Sensitive Treatment Approaches

Section 27 & Question 27
--Supervisee Discipline: The Five Classic Questions
Section 28 & Question 28

--Clinical Supervision and Professional Development of The      Substance Abuse Counselor Part 3: A Review of the Literature


III. Legal and Ethical Issues in Supervision
Section 29 & Question 29
--Legal: The Duty to Warn, the Tarasoff Decision, HIV/Aids
Section 30 & Question 30
--Using External Manipulation to Treat Children & "Battered Child      Syndrome"
Section 31 & Question 31
--"The Case of the Homosexual Husband", Sexual Abuse, &      Appropriate Disclosure

Section 32 & Question 32
--Ethical vs. Legal, Walking the Tightrope

Section 33 & Question 33
--3 Confidentiality Boundaries for Self-Harming Clients
Section 34 & Question 34
--Three Concepts of Ethically Consulting Colleagues
Section 35 & Question 35
--Ethics & Controversy, HIPAA Hypocrisies
Section 36 & Question 36
--5 Step Confidentiality and Risk Avoidance Procedure
Section 37 & Question 37
--3 Boundaries Regarding Children
Section 38 & Question 38
--Confidentiality Protecting Strategies for Legal Subpoenas

IV. Cultural competency & supervision
Section 39 & Question 39
--Cultural Competency in Supervision
Section 40 & Question 40
--Tools for Understanding Second-Culture, Culturocentrism, and the      Tridimensional Approach
Section 41 & Question 41
--Aggressive Behavior, Neighborhoods & the U.U.T.R. Approaches
Section 42 & Question 42

--"I feel worthless!" - Deculturation & Five Adaptation Methods
Section 43 & Question 43
--Culture Shock Syndrome: Contact, Conflict, & Crisis for Hispanic      Clients
Section 44 & Question 44
--Catharsis, Espiritismo, & Three Key Microskills for Hispanic and      Asian Clients
Section 45 & Question 45
--Distortions, Projections, Isolation, & the Social Microcosm

V. Transference and countertransference in clinical practice & supervision
Section 46 & Question 46

--Introduction: Transference and Countertransference in Clinical      Practice and Supervision
Section 47 & Question 47
--Feeling Inadequate as a Helper

Section 48 & Question 48
--How to Put Countertransference to Positive Use
Section 49 & Question 49

--Five Key Areas of Battered Women Denial and Resistance
Section 50 & Question 50
--How to Avoid Arrogance Traps

Section 51 & Question 51
--Ensuring Your Safety in a Session with Batterers
Section 52 & Question 52
--'Adjust to your sick white society?' - Identifying Racist Attitudes &      Transference

-- Test --

--Bibliography

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CA: Course Details in compliance with CAMFT Guidelines here.

NJ: This course is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards - ASWB NJ CE Course Approval Program Provider #44 Course #1195 from 3/21/2017 to 3/21/2019. Social workers will receive the following type and number of credit(s): Clinical Social Work Practice 20.
(Course Description: This course mainly focuses on the are of Clinical Supervision concerning Clinical Supervision: Models, Role, Legal & Ethical, Cultural Competency, & Transference. It draws attention to, for examples, The Role of Supervision in the Practice Environment, as well as content a therapist could use in his or her next session.)

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Instructor’s Name & Credentials: Tracy Catherine Appleton, LCSW, MEd, CE Program Administrator, Course Development Coordinator, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Masters Degree in Education. Ms. Appleton has had experience in developing, providing, and presenting adult education programs since 1979. Expertise in program content: Experience as an Outpatient Therapist and Private Practice.

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All activities within all of our courses are offered for continuing education credit.

"Course meets the qualifications for hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences."

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