Steven Sultanoff, PhD ~ 6 Hrs
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Online Web Lecture
Steven M. Sultanoff, Ph.D. is a psychologist, professional trainer, university professor (Pepperdine University), and consultant in private practice. He has over 25 years experience as a clinical supervisor and for the past 12 years has offered live and online continuing education workshops in a wide array of topics including clinical supervision, humor in psychotherapy, emotional intelligence, and cognitive therapy.
This course constitutes six hours of formal training in supervision to fulfill Board of Psychology (BOP) and Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) regulations.
This six hour CE course contains seven hours of materials. One of the hours focuses specially on California rules and regulations. This hour is designed for California clinicians who will not be taking any further courses in supervision (i.e. Rules, Regulations and Risk Management: CA) and want to get an introduction into the legal frame hour. The seventh hour is for non-California clinicians who need the six hour course but would not have interest in California specifics. There are seven hours available charged at our six hour rate. Six CEU hours are given.
What is mental health supervision? How do supervisees learn? What are the behaviors of an effective supervisor? What are the traditional and non-traditional models of supervision? These are a few of the questions we will explore in “Principles of Clinical Supervision.”
This program is designed stimulate your exploration into your individual supervision process and to offer new perspectives that can assist in organizing and enhancing your supervisory skills. Much of the program will address the behaviors of supervisors and supervisees.
Topics will include common and uncommon models of supervision including the application of a theoretical orientation to the supervision process. You will examine multiple supervisory interventions such as targeting client interventions versus supervisee reactions to clients and supervision and explore tips for addressing supervisee reactions to clients, the clinical relationship, and the supervisory relationship.
1. Understand and differentiate supervision from other professional “supervisory” relationships
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2. Utilize the relationship as a vehicle for supervisee growth
3. Understand one’s own sense of being as a supervisor
4. Recognize levels of risk
5. Differentiate roles and responsibilities of supervisors
6. Identify and teach the core therapy skills as part of the supervision process
Each of Dr. Sultanoff’s supervision workshops includes a wide range of theory, technique, and practical application material and a thorough review of the regulations regarding supervising unlicensed professionals.
In addition to his expertise in clinical supervision, Dr. Sultanoff is recognized as a national expert in therapeutic uses of humor and has written a chapter on therapeutic humor in the psychology text “Play Therapy with Adults” as well as numerous innovative articles on humor. He is frequently quoted in the national media and maintains a web site (www.humormatters.com). Dr. Sultanoff appears on PBS several times a year demonstrating the humanistic model of therapy as part of an award winning program examining three approaches to therapy.