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Clinical Supervision: Use of Reflection in Supervision

Green Clock Hours: 1.50

Supervision plays an important role to the supervisee in becoming a trained and competent practitioner. To be successful, it takes a great deal of flexibility and a clear understanding of how to guide the supervisee through this process. In this course, you will be provided with an overview of reflective supervision, as well as guidance about how to promote reflective practice in supervision.

Historically, reflective supervision occupied a central place in the development and culture of social work in the United States, as well as in England. But recent history suggests that it has been steadily replaced by a more managerial style of supervision (White, 2015). This course will illustrate how reflective supervision can benefit you, your supervisees, your organization, and ultimately your clients. You will learn how reflective supervision can deepen insight and improve service provision to clients while supporting supervisees in a manner that staves off burnout.

The goal of this course is to provide clinical supervisors in behavioral health counseling, addictions/substance use counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychology and social work with information about the benefits of including reflective practices within supervision and key aspects of reflective supervision.



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Course Description

Supervision plays an important role to the supervisee in becoming a trained and competent practitioner. To be successful, it takes a great deal of flexibility and a clear understanding of how to guide the supervisee through this process. In this course, you will be provided with an overview of reflective supervision, as well as guidance about how to promote reflective practice in supervision.

Historically, reflective supervision occupied a central place in the development and culture of social work in the United States, as well as in England. But recent history suggests that it has been steadily replaced by a more managerial style of supervision (White, 2015). This course will illustrate how reflective supervision can benefit you, your supervisees, your organization, and ultimately your clients. You will learn how reflective supervision can deepen insight and improve service provision to clients while supporting supervisees in a manner that staves off burnout.

The goal of this course is to provide clinical supervisors in behavioral health counseling, addictions/substance use counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychology and social work with information about the benefits of including reflective practices within supervision and key aspects of reflective supervision.



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