Parts I and II
Course(s) 7 CEUS for $77.00 or 14 for $154.00
Many sculptors describe their work as a process of uncovering and discovering what lies beneath their magnificent materials; to discover the hidden swirl and patterns within the marble and to let them emerge with all their unique brilliance and beauty. As both supervisors and therapists we are engaged in a parallel process with life. By knowing our inner selves we are better able to guide the hands of clients, interns and supervisees so that their own brilliance may emerge.
Part One of this course briefly covers developmental levels and highlights an inclusive and well thought out model of therapy presented that is able to view presenting issues over the four dimensions of psychological experience: personal history, current milieu, in session dynamics, and the realm of spiritual lessons. Several tools and techniques of supervision are included. This model is helpful particularly in supervision when interns come from many different therapeutic viewpoints. Particular issues in supervision in schools, sandplay and play therapy sessions are covered.
Part Two provides the reader with an unique in depth view of stages we go through in the acceptance of the mantle of therapist. The author is humorous and revealing in her anecdotes regarding her adventures in supervision. In Part Two, the process of supervision is focused on both from the individual process of becoming a therapist and the relationship and responsibility between supervisor and intern.
"Over the years I have noticed that the developmental stages of a therapist often parallel human development. Students enter the field wide eyed, a little frightened, and in awe of their new journey. There is an excitement and self -centeredness evident, as the desire to serve and help motivates them toward this new adventure." (excerpt)
I want to thank you for offering this class on line; I was very pleased with the content. It is relevant to live work situations. I have been a therapist for 13 and a clinical supervisor for 7 years. I really liked and use the integrated and the developmental models when I supervise. This helped make operational the skills that a therapist needs to have and how a clinical supervisor can assist in their professional growth. I appreciated the information on the Integrated Therapeutic Model, and using the map from the Medicine Wheel of Native American Indians. As a Native American and a Native American Mental Health Specialist this made perfect sense to me. Your class was informative; I was able to do the class at work, thus saving money on travel and time out of the office. I will most likely take another class in the future. Thanks, I was able to print my certificate today…..K. Nelson
To order this course Part I
Part One is an online course meeting the qualifications for seven hours of continuing education credits for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences /Provider # 2387 and the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors and 8.4 ce by the BRN #13258
Part Two is an online course meeting the qualifications for seven hours of continuing education credits for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the
California Board of Behavioral Sciences /Provider # 2387.
The National Board For Certified Counselors
#5803 approves this course for .7 CEUS
The National Board for Certified Counselors # 5803, The National Association of Social Workers #886366656 and the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors approve both parts of this course for 7 contact hours each or a total of 14 contact hours for both parts.
The State of Ohio Counselor and Social Work Board # MCS040234 approves each part of this course for 7 CEUS.
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling #BAP745 approves each part of this course for 7 CEUS.
The Supervision Series for 14 CEUS by PA SW-03-2029
Course 7 CEUs $77.00.
This online seven unit course focuses on the supervision process and identifies relevant ethical issues and laws that may be associated with informed consent, accountability, competence, scope of practice, client welfare, therapist welfare and confidentiality. Dual relationships, liability and compensation are covered. Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to identify components of ethical professional conduct, be able to recite the legal issues regarding child abuse, elder abuse, 5150, patient/therapist privilege and Tarasoff issues.
This course is approved by the:
National Board for Certified Counselors #5803 7 ce hours (.7 ceus)
California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners #2387 for 7 ce.
CA Board of Registered Nursing #13258 for 8.4 ce
National Association of Social Workers #886366656 approves this course for 7 CEUS or 13 CE with Safe Harbor Part I
NAADAC provider #389
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling #BAP745
TX BSWE #CS3518
Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Board #MCS04023
Course 3 CEUs $33.00.
The world crashes down around you. The waves of your emotions are jostling you from side to side. You search for something to grab onto to steady yourself as the numbing news reaches your brain that your child may never walk, or talk or play ball or jump rope or graduate high school or eat independently or even have regular friends come over and spend the night or drive a car or get married or create grandchildren. The mind reels at a dizzying pace as the information settles in your mind, body and soul.
When the reality of a child's disability impacts a family the results can be overwhelming. These cases may require some adjustment of our style of counseling. In addition to being the mother of a child with special needs, the author has spent countless hours working with other families of children with special needs. This unique perspective enables the reader to see the challenges from a myriad of viewpoints. This online three unit course (which can also be taken as a part of Special Issues for 10 units) is both compassionate and comprehensive. The Internet links will be very useful to anyone dealing with these issues.
This course is approved by the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners Provider #2387 for 3 continuing education units for LCSWs and MFTs
The National Board for Certified Counselors #5803 approves this course for 3ce hours (.3 CEUS).
The National Association for Social Workers #886366656 approves this course for 3 CE
The CA Board of Registered Nursing # 13258 approves this course for 3.6 ce.
The Ohio Board of Counselors and Social Work # MCS040234 approves this course for 3 CE.
Texas Board of Social Work Examiners Provider #CS3518
The National Association Of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors # 389
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Provider # BAP745