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Supervision Trainings and Courses
Dr. Susan Belangee and Dr. Michele Frey are pleased to offer a variety of workshops and seminars on counseling strategies and supervision training. Please click below to register for one of our upcoming workshops. Take note of early registration discounts.

Ethics in Mental Health: What To Do If There Is No Right vs Wrong Answer.
Date:              August 02, 2014   Saturday
Where:          Family Intervention Specialists, Inc
                      Training Room Bldg 200
                      838 Hiram-Acworth Hwy (Hwy 92)
                      Hiram, GA  30141
Presenter:     Michele R. Frey, Ph.D., NCC, LPC, ACS
Time:             Registration 08:30 to 9:00 am
                      Workshop   09:00 to 03:30 pm
Email:           freycounseling@gmail.com
Fee:             Early bird by 07/26/2014   $65.00
Clinicians:    APC, LPC, MFT, LMFT, MSW, LMSW, LCSW
Continuing Education Units:   5 Ethics Hours  Approved by LPCAGA for NBCC, APA, LMFT,  NASW

Objective #1:  Participants will be educated on an ethical decision making model for when there is no clear right versus wrong
                       answer based on  the book "How Good People Make Tough Choices" by Kidder.  They will also review 
                        changes with the 2014 ACA Code of Ethics.

Objective #2:  Participants will be educated on the proper application of the decision-making model and the 2014 ACA Code
                        of Ethics through case studies.  They will have the opportunity to practice using this model and Codes of Ethics
                       through experiential dyads and/or triads.

 Copies of the NASW Code of Ethics and the LMFT Code of Ethics will also be available for use by clinicians in those disciplines.

Registration Fee


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COURSE IV - CASE STUDY DISCUSSIONS AND APPLICATIONS

Case Studies and Application of Supervision Concepts
Date:              August 16, 2014   Saturday  **
Where:          Family Intervention Specialists, Inc
                      Training Room Bldg 200
                      838 Hiram-Acworth Hwy (Hwy 92)
                      Hiram, GA  30141
Presenter:     Michele R. Frey, Ph.D., NCC, LPC, ACS
Time:             Registration 08:30 to 9:00 am
                      Workshop   09:00 to 04:30 pm
Email:           freycounseling@gmail.com
Fee:              Early bird by 08/09/2014    $80.00
Clinicians:    APC, LPC, MFT, LMFT, MSW, LMSW, LCSW

** Note date change to 08/16/2014.  

Continuing Education Units:   6 Clinical Supervision Hours  Approved by NASAP for NBCC, APA, LMFT,  NASW
Objective #1: Participants will synthesize the material presented in the first three courses. Participants will apply the material via the Road, Map, and Compass model to example supervision cases. Adlerian ideas will be incorporated into the cases and discussed as supervision strategies.

Objective #2: Participants will share their own supervision cases and demonstrate through the Road, Map, Compass model how they are working with the supervisee and then gain feedback from the group on how to enhance that supervision relationshi
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Clinical Supervision Course IV


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Using Early Recollections to Establish a Therapeutic Relationship
Date:  06/23/14
Where:  Douglas County Courthouse, Development Services Department (Bottom Floor)
Address:  8700 Hospital Drive, Douglasville, GA  30134
Time:   1:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Contact:   Michele Frey, Ph.D., LPC, ACS
Email:   freycounseling@gmail.com
Fee:  $20.00
Continuining Education Units:  3 Core Hours  Approved by NASAP for NBCC and APA CE units.

Objective #1:

Participants will learn the basic concepts of Adlerian Theory as they apply to the counseling process and the understanding of individuals’ unique lifestyles.

Objective #2:

Participants will learn the proper application of Early Recollections for identifying client strengths in the therapeutic process. They will practice using this powerful technique in an experiential exercise.



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Supervision Training Workshops:

#2 The following courses were designed to meet the education or CEU requirements for obtaining/maintaining the CPCS credential in the state of GA (24 total hours) and the Approved Clinical Supervisor credential through NBCC (30 total hours).

The Roadmap to Comprehensive and Ethical Supervision

          Course 1 – Models of Supervision (0111)

          Course 2 – Theoretical Conceptualization of Cases (0121)

          Course 3 – Ethics related to Supervision (0131)

          Course 4 – Case Study Discussions and Applications (0141)

          Course 5 – Adlerian-Based Supervision Strategies (0151)

Additional workshops are currently being created to address the basics of clinical supervision as well as seminars on Adlerian-based counseling strategies. Check back often to see our current schedule and what new courses have been added.

PLEASE EMAIL SUSAN at susan@courageouscounseling.com with any questions about the courses or payments.


***ALL REGISTRANTS MUST SEND A NOTIFICATION EMAIL TO SUSAN TO CONFIRM REGISTRATION******



COURSE I - MODELS OF SUPERVISION        (next course April 5, 2014)

Objective #1:  Participants will review and understand major models of supervision, with emphasis on the Adlerian model, in the field of mental health counseling and how to determine which model will work best for each of them.


Objective # 2:  Participants will learn to apply their understanding of the various components of supervision using the Road, Map, and Compass model with example supervision cases. Adlerian techniques such as early recollections will be used to demonstrate supervision strategies.


Supervision Course I




COURSE II - THEORETICAL CONCEPTUALIZATION OF SUPERVISION CASES      (next course April 26, 2014)

Objective #1: Participants will review and understand the main theoretical perspectives, with an emphasis on Adlerian theory, in the field of counseling and how to assess their own theoretical orientation as well as that of their supervisees.

 

Objective #2: Participants will apply their understanding of the various theoretical frameworks by using the Road, Map, Compass model with three example supervision cases. Adlerian strategies will be used to demonstrate aspects of the model.

Supervision Course II





COURSE III - ETHICS RELATED TO SUPERVISION    (next course May 17, 2014)

Objective #1:  Participants will discuss major ethical decision-making models used in clinical supervision, with a focus on the Adlerian model, and will learn how to determine which model will work best for each of them. Adlerian strategies will be used for self-awareness.


Objective # 2:  Participants will discuss in small groups common ethical issues/dilemmas in clinical supervision and will practice the application of the models to find solutions to the dilemmas.


Supervision Course III





COURSE IV - CASE STUDY DISCUSSIONS AND APPLICATIONS
(JUNE 14 CANCELED, NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED)


Objective #1: Participants will synthesize the material presented in the first three courses. Participants will apply the material via the Road, Map, and Compass model to example supervision cases. Adlerian ideas will be incorporated into the cases and discussed as supervision strategies.

Objective #2: Participants will share their own supervision cases and demonstrate through the Road, Map, Compass model how they are working with the supervisee and then gain feedback from the group on how to enhance that supervision relationship.



Supervision Course IV





COURSE V - ADLERIAN-BASED SUPERVISION STRATEGIES   
 (August 9 CANCELED, NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED)


Objective #1: Participants will learn the basics of the Adlerian model by examining their own experiences and applying them to the supervision process.

 

Objective #2: Participants will practice Adlerian supervision strategies with each other in role plays in order to experience it and formulate their own Adlerian-based process for supervision.


Supervision Course V
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