Professional Development Workshops
Idaho State University Department of Counseling has been approved by National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 3010. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Idaho State University Department of Counseling is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
CEUs For Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Teachers, Psychologists, and other Mental Health Professionals
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Advanced Clinical Supervision for Counselors
(6 Contact Hours)
Cultivating the Teaching Role in Supervision
3 CEs Steven Moody, Ph.D. and Jane Coe Smith, Ph.D.
A key activity of clinical supervision is teaching and there are many methods for taking on the teacher role in supervisions. This session will explore multiple teaching paradigms and philosophies that could be used in the supervision process. Participants will have the opportunity to dialogue about their personal supervision style in the context of the various paradigms, and case studies will be used to try out the teaching approaches. The goal of this session is to advance your knowledge and skills for teaching in the context of clinical supervision.
Facilitating Multiple Perspectives: Promoting Clinical Growth through the Reflecting Model of Triadic Supervision
3 CEs David Kleist, Ph.D.
With the importance of clinical supervision in the development of professional counselors, as well as the time constrains supervisors may experience, triadic supervision may be an efficient model of clinical supervision. This workshop will introduce participants to various models of triadic supervision including an overview of existing literature, benefits, and limitations of triadic supervision. Principles of the Reflective Model of Triadic Supervision (RMTS) will be highlighted and its application in diverse settings will be discussed.
Date: Friday, February 23, 2018
Location: Idaho State University
1400 E. Terry Street (Garrison Hall, Room 726) Pocatello, Idaho
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
CE Fee (6 Contact Hours): $75.00
Comments from previous workshops
Introduction to Play & Sand Play Therapy:
This was a great workshop! Please hold the advanced play therapy workshop soon!!!
Demystifying Religion and Counseling: Ethical Exploration:
Great with challenging situation to address such large group.
Appreciated facilitation, would have appreciated more content.
Assent & Consent: Ethics Surrounding Counseling Children and Adolescents:
I would have liked more info regarding legalities of counseling children.
Great Job!! Thank you.
Good Job – Loved it!
Wonderful Doc Students! Highly Recommend!
I appreciate the open dialogs & discussion of this class instead of dryly reading a PowerPoint.
Melisa was a great leader and very well-spoken.
The Ethics of Competence: Taking Steps to Improve:
By far, the best Ethics workshop I’ve attended.
I’m so glad to have been @ this training. It was unexpected & wonderful. Relationship Building with Boundaries.
Please have Mark Young do Ethics for us here in North Idaho Every year!!
Clinical Supervision for Counselors:
Great work doc students.
The presenters of this workshop were wonderful but course material was dry!
I would enjoy more of the case study practice to help conceptualize the supervision models and focus.
Domestic Violence, Emotion Therapy: Very impressed with this instructor.
Hopefully I can attend upcoming Couples workshop! Thank you.
Advanced techniques, watching actual video and discussion supervision points. Good for brand new supervisors.
Addressing eating disorders in the public school setting.
Telehealth. Reasons for low ratings were discussed during the class. Also more clearly discussed with Kate out of session. Please increase presentation of material vs. open-ended questions of class.
Great job! One of the best supervision workshop I’ve attended. Clearly presented, good research and expertise, engaging and interesting.
We need more time to talk about the practical tools that Dusty presented at the very end. As facilitators, you used a lot of really great counseling skills. I wonder if it would save time if you didn’t reflect, paraphrase & summarize after every person’s comment. That seemed a little repetitive and unnecessary at times. A little more direct teaching would be fine, balanced of course with the interaction from the group.
I absolutely appreciated the way all 3 presenters utilized the skills and expertise of each individual participating in training.
I appreciated being asked “what was your experience with that” or “what was that like for you?” It made me think.
Many of the questions to group were asked to current counselors supervising which I think was great info but left others out. More experience from presenters. Appreciated energy and humor for presenters, the second day went quicker than expected.
Pocatello, ID 83209-8120
921 South 8th Ave., Stop 8120
Pocatello, ID 83209-8120
Mailing and Physical Address:
Meridian Health Science Center
1311 East Central Drive
Meridian, ID 83642
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