This course will briefly review supervision documentation requirements as set out by the Health and Human Services Commission. Beyond that, we will compare the parallel processes of the counselor to client relationship and supervisor to surpervisee relationship as a means to develop a counselor’s competency and ethical decision-making capability. We will also discuss ways to help a counselor maintain his/her calling to counseling and avoid burn out. Designing the supervisory session and stages of counselor development will be included.
About the Presenter: Sherri Layton, LCDC, CS, the Outpatient Services Administrator for La Hacienda Treatment Center.
3 Clinical Supervision (CS) CEHs
NW New Season Treatment Center
Participants will engage in a lively discussion and discovery, based on ten vignettes of truly sticky ethical dilemmas. Expect diverging opinions among participants and within yourself. We will also explore long-term effects of ethical decisions, discuss environmental factors in ethical decisions, and review
challenges in unexpected circumstances.
About the Presenter: Andrew McPhaul, MA, LPC is a counselor at NW New Season Treatment Center, one of the leading providers of specialized quality care for opioid drug use management and recovery.
3 Ethics CEHs
We offer students a discount of $10.00 off per session with proof of valid student ID. In order to receive the student discount, participants must pay at the registration table on the day of the workshop showing proof of their current student ID.