Steven Sultanoff, PhD ~ 3 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 three hours of formal training in supervision to fulfill Board of Psychology (BOP) and Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) regulations in California.
There are three hours of material in this course. The first hour duplicates an hour that was contained in the On Becoming a Supervisor: Principles of Clinical Supervision course. The second hour is new material focusing specifically on California rules and regulations. The third hour is on risk management which California clinicians have available to them in the On Becoming a Supervisor: Principles of Clinical Supervision course but would have constituted the seventh hour and so does not need to be taken at that time.
Who can I supervise and what qualifies me as a supervisor? How much supervision is required? How do I handle vacation time? How do I minimize my risk? What are the risk factors in supervision? These questions and more will be addressed in the program California Rules, Regulations and Risk Management
This program offers an in depth examination of the regulations that govern mental health supervision in California. In addition to the regulations risk management will be covered. You will learn both the letter of the law and ways in which the both the Board of Psychology and the Board of Behavioral Sciences are applying “reasonable” application of the regulations to the process of supervision.
1. Differentiate the different types of mental health supervisees
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2. Identify what qualifies a supervisor for a specific type of supervisee
3. Supervise under “reasonable” application of the regulations
4. Identify required and non-required supervision paperwork
5. Identify the amount of supervision that is required in a variety of supervision relationships
6. Process situations where adherence to the regulations may become impractical
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.