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IA - Ethics of Supervision & Group Supervision - Waverly
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Register to attend both session on November 3 in Waverly - discount applies. Use this only to register for BOTH sessions.

When: 11/03/2016
9:00am-12:15pm and 1:30-4:45
Where: Wartburg College
100 Wartburg Blvd
Waverly, Iowa  50677
United States
Presenter: Myke Selha
Contact: (515) 277-1117

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NOTE: This form is to be used to register for both sessions.  If you want only one of the sessions please use the back button on your browser to return to the page you were just one and choose which supervision class you want to attend i.e. ethics or group.

Please note: you must have completed the 6.0 hr initial supervision course to register for this course.

Ethics of Supervision
(3.0 CEUs)

As the profession of social work changes and adapts to the world we live in, so does the practice of clinical supervision. Multicultural clientele, legal updates, multidisciplinary teams, and the increased use of technology are just some of the issues that create ethical questions for clinical supervisors. This workshop will introduce a couple of ethical screens and utilize them to explore the above topics and others as they pertain to the practice of ethical supervision.

Course Objectives:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the important ethical issues related to clinical supervision
  2. Describe areas of potential liability in clinical supervision
  3. Identify strategies for incorporating ethical responsibilities into practice

Group Supervision (3.0 CEUs)

While there are a lot of common fundamentals required for successful individual and group supervision, there are a number of unique skills that make an effective group supervision experience. This workshop will look at several models of group supervision, best practices, and practical methods to incorporate what is learned into the group setting.

Group Supervision Objectives:

  1. List the purpose, role, and functions of group supervision;
  2. Identify strengths and weaknesses of various models of group supervision;
  3. Differentiate group supervision from other forms of meetings  and consultations.

Course Instructor:

Myke Selha, MSW, LISW, is a clinical social worker in private practice at 360 Degrees Therapy and Consulting in West Des Moines. Selha received his Master’s in Social Work from the University of Iowa and has experience as a Clinical Social Worker in Central Iowa. He is the past Executive Director and Clinical Social Worker at the Poweshiek County Mental Health Center in Grinnell, IA. He has provided his expertise to students as an Adjunct Faculty member both at the Mercy College of Health Sciences, in the Sociology, Diversity, Philosophy and Caring Department, and at the Des Moines Area Community College in the Human Services Department. Selha has presented to numerous groups on issues relating to HIV and AIDS and working with LGBT clients.

Cost: NASW Member - $120  Non-member 175

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