NASW-WA is proud to host the following course:
The objectives of this workshop are to increase the participant's body of knowledge and skills associated with clinical supervision, address issues and concerns of participants in the practice of supervision, and provide a conceptual framework for integrating the vast body of knowledge and skills related to clinical practice. Special emphasis will be on methods of supervision and examining common problems and ethical issues faced by supervisors. The workshop will be presented in a practical manner with the use of case illustrations, videotapes sessions and role-playing.
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Areas of focus:
- Similarities and differences between teaching, training, and supervision
- The body of knowledge and skills required of effective supervisor
- Recognizing the characteristics of effective supervisors
- The various methods of supervision
- The various models of supervisions
- The various responsibilities of clinical supervisors
- The legal & ethical problems
- This 15 hour course fulfills the training requirements of WAC 246-809-334 to qualify as an approved supervisor.
Marshall Jung, DSW, Professor Emeritus, received his master's from the University of Southern California and his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. He has over 35 years of social work experience in the capacity of community organizer, agency executive, educator, writer, supervisor, trainer, clinician, facilitator of retreats, and spiritual director. Dr. Jung has presented supervision workshop for the NASW WA Chapter and for NASW CA Chapter. Dr. Jung is a nationally recognized expert in marital and family therapy. He is also recognized for his expertise in presenting models of practice including but not limited to Structural Family Therapy, Case Management, and the Recovery Model of Practice, as well as for his expertise on clinical supervision and ethical practice. He has provided workshops at numerous national and state conferences as well as for developmental centers, family and social service agencies, mental health, health and residential treatment facilities, and state and veteran's hospitals throughout the Southwestern United States and Canada. He has also published two books on clinical practice the first being Constructional Marital Therapy: Theory and Practice and the second Chinese American Family Therapy. His current interest is the integration of spirituality and ego based psychology. He is currently writing his third book entitled Hope: A Journey Into Mystery and Solitude.Information & Registration: Event Registration- NASW WA