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Ethics and Best Practices in Clinical Licensure Supervision

Ethics and Best Practices in Clinical Licensure Supervision

Date and Time
December 17, 2021 -- 11:00am-1:00pm
Location

Zoom

CREDITS
2 CEUs
Instructors

Barb Stanton PhD, LPCC, LMFT; Lacy Osborne MSW, LICSW; Gina Young, MSW, LICSW; Kathryn Jargo, MA, LPCC

PRICE
$ 30.00 
PRODUCT Details
*NOTE: Class details will be sent via email 2 weeks prior to class. Please add learning@elliementalhealth.com to your address book or email us if you have questions.
Description

Attendees will participate in a robust discussion about ethical considerations and best practices in providing clinical licensure supervision. Supervision relates to the clinical practice with all types of clients, individuals, couples, families, and other relational units. Ellie is offering a CEU series to the greater mental health community! All trainings welcome anyone who would like to join us to learn more about various topics. Following each training you will be provided a certificate of completion via email. CEU approvals pending for the following regulatory boards: BMFT, BSW, BBHT, Psychology, and Nursing. If interested please sign up here and we will save your seat!

Objectives
  1. Discuss common areas of ethical concerns in providing competent Clinical Licensure Supervision.
  2. Brainstorm the benefits and ethical challenges of doing supervision virtually.
  3. Discuss best practices in providing group supervision (group cohesion, ethics, norms, and ways to manage dynamics).

Instructor Bios

Barb Stanton
PhD, LPCC, LMFT


Barb has a PhD in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC) in North Dakota, Minnesota, and Michigan. She is also a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in North Dakota. She is a board approved LPCC supervisor in North Dakota and Minnesota as well as a board approved LMFT supervisor in North Dakota. Throughout her career she has supervised clinical interns, professionals seeking licensure, and other licensed professionals. She has several years experience teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses in marriage and family therapy and psychology programs as well as supervising students in their clinical work. She has over 30 years experience in mental health and has worked in a variety of settings from private practice to inpatient hospital settings. For the past 20 years she has developed a specialty in working with individuals who are neurologically diverse specifically those on the autism spectrum.

Lacy Osborne
MSW, LICSW


Lacy is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Board Approved Supervisor, and is an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Certified Therapist. Her previous experience includes working with a hospice and palliative care program, providing Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and managing teams. Lacy has over 10 years experience working as a clinical social worker and therapist.  She became a board approved supervisor with the MN Board of Social Work in 2014 and the MN Board of Behavior Health and Therapy in 2016 and has provided individual and group supervision. Lacy’s clinical interests include trauma, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, and life transitions.

Gina Young
MSW, LICSW


Gina is an LICSW and LPCC Board Approved Supervisor and therapist. Her previous experience in the field includes working in school based therapy, case management and crisis stabilization services. Gina started a community based internship program at Washburn Center for Children that ran for 5 years and allowed Community Based Staff to connect with one another in monthly intern groups with a prescribed curriculum to enhance their internship learning experience. Gina also directed the first group of 10 MSW interns that worked within the Community Based Services program at Ellie Family Services in 2020. Gina became a LICSW board approved supervisor in 2015. Gina is passionate about providing clinical individual and group supervision. Gina specializes in working with children, adolescent, parents exposed to trauma.


Kathryn Jargo
MA, LPCC

Kathryn is a LPCC Board Approved Supervisor and therapist.  She has previously worked within county systems supporting individuals going through the civil commitment process, engaging in chemical health treatment, drug court and exiting incarceration.  For the past four years Kathryn has been supporting staff within community based services programs, such as in-home therapy and mental health rehabilitative work.  Kathryn has specialty training in the areas of EMDR, supporting first responders, and individual struggles with serious and persistent mental illness.

Ellie is offering a CEU series to the greater mental health community! All trainings welcome anyone who would like to join us to learn more about various topics. Following each training you will be provided a certificate of completion via email. CEU approvals pending for the following regulatory boards: BMFT, BSW, BBHT, Psychology, and Nursing. If interested please sign up here and we will save your seat!