Balancing Clinical & Administrative Functions in Clinical Supervision*

$25.00
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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Dual relationships are at the core of many ethical issues. Boundary problems comprise the most ethical violations. The supervisor’s job is to manage his or her own attention to dual relationships with supervisees and be on the lookout for potential boundary-blurring with supervisees and clients. Yet most ethical violations are not maliciously intended. Supervisors should be aware of cues to potential boundary violations. The supervisor’s job is to manage his or her own attention to dual relationships with supervisees and be on the lookout for potential boundary-blurring with supervisees and clients. Ethical issues related to boundaries such as gift-giving/receiving clinician self-disclosure, personal business
dealings, and touching will be addressed. Ethical guidelines and practices will be presented to help supervisees and supervisors deal with potential boundary issues.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Differentiate between administrative and clinical supervision. 
  • Explain how to manage each function properly.
  • Explain how to balance each function properly.
Target Audience: Psychologists, Social Workers, Addiction Counselors, LMFT, & Licensed Professional Counselors
Content level: Beginner to intermediate
2 CE hour credits approved by ASWB, NAADAC & NBCC
State Board Approval
ADACBGA # 19-12-17-1212
FCB # 5387-A
OCDP Board # 50-29024

Course Features

  • Lectures 2
  • Quizzes 1
  • Duration 2 hours
  • Skill level Beginner to intermediate
  • Language English
  • Students 1013
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Self
  • VIDEO RECORDING
    • Lecture.1
      Balancing Clinical & Administrative Functions in Clinical Supervision*
  • COURSE EVALUATION
    • Lecture.1
      Balancing Clinical & Administrative Functions in Clinical Supervision*
  • QUIZ
    • Quiz.1
      Balancing Clinical & Administrative Functions in Clinical Supervision* 15 questions

Jenny M. Kirwin, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, CCS completed her BA in Psychology and Human Services; Masters of Social Work Degree with a concentration in Alcohol and Drugs from the University of Buffalo, NY. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist; and Certified Clinical Supervisor in NC. Jenny has been working as a consultant and clinical supervisor with almost 20 years in the field of mental health and substance abuse specializing in Co-Occurring Disorders. She began her career in North Carolina with the local Area Authority in Mental Health. Transitioning to the Women’s Program as a lead worker. Substance abuse quickly became her focus while obtaining LCAS and CCS with NCSAPPB. From Private Practice to DWI Programs, her background brings diverse experience to her clinical supervision services.
Jenny has been married for 19 years and has 4 children, 2 dogs, 8 chickens, and a goldfish. She enjoys being outdoors with her family as well as homesteading and staying physically active.

$25.00