Kodiak Classroom Learning

Clinical Supervision 1
Drawing from SAMHSA's TIP 52, this course is designed to increase understanding and skill in assessing counselors in substance use treatment settings and building learning plans to guide their continued professional growth and development. It emphasizes the importance of structure and the collaborative teaching and mentoring aspects of clinical supervision. The content is generalizable to mental health and other settings. Experiential activities will enhance understanding of (a) culture in supervision, (b) methods of observation, (c) performance evaluation, (d) negotiation of learning plans, and (e) structuring of supervisory interviews.
Hours: 15 (15 CEU)
Date: June 27-28, 2017
Trainer: Paul Hunziker, MA, LMFT, CDP
New Ethical Dilemmas Facing Counselors and Clinical Supervisors
This training will review the current literature regarding the new ethical dilemmas related to technology and the Internet, and provide guidance and recommendations for both counselors and clinical supervisors. Case scenarios will be used to highlight these dilemmas and encourage discussions among training participants related to: 1)the use of social networking websites by clinical supervisors, counselors, and clients; 2) emailing clients; 3) conducting internet searches on clients and/or supervisees; and 4) conducting client consultations online.
Hours: 6 (6 CEU)
Date: June 29, 2017
Trainer: Paul Hunziker, MA, LMFT, CDP
To register for the above classes contact Julie Beehler at 907-481-2431 or email Julie.Beehler@providence.org