Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Practice

Webinar

NASWME Chapter 0 558

Lee Pozzi Rush, LICSW

12 Category A Clinical CEUs for licensure, 3 of which are in Ethics approved by NASW NH.

Wednesdays - August 19th, September 2nd, September 9th, September 16th (please note the skip between first and second class)

9:00 am - 12:15 pm (includes 15 minute break)

NASW NH is pleased to bring you this supervision training that will meet the requirements of the NH BMHP for those wishing to become approved supervisors for licensure candidates. This workshop is open to all who wish to attend from any state or clinical practice, but please note NH laws, regulations, and NH BMHP will be referenced.

Clinical Supervision is an advanced practice skill that requires additional knowledge, expertise, and understanding for mental health clinicians. A developmental model that addresses adult learning needs and offers an integration of ways of teaching clinical practice will be utilized. Supervisory methods & techniques will be discussed & practiced. Ethical issues unique to the supervisory relationship will be addressed.

Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Practice

Webinar

NASWME Chapter 0 558

Lee Pozzi Rush, LICSW

12 Category A Clinical CEUs for licensure, 3 of which are in Ethics approved by NASW NH.

Wednesdays - August 19th, September 2nd, September 9th, September 16th (please note the skip between first and second class)

9:00 am - 12:15 pm (includes 15 minute break)

NASW NH is pleased to bring you this supervision training that will meet the requirements of the NH BMHP for those wishing to become approved supervisors for licensure candidates. This workshop is open to all who wish to attend from any state or clinical practice, but please note NH laws, regulations, and NH BMHP will be referenced.

Clinical Supervision is an advanced practice skill that requires additional knowledge, expertise, and understanding for mental health clinicians. A developmental model that addresses adult learning needs and offers an integration of ways of teaching clinical practice will be utilized. Supervisory methods & techniques will be discussed & practiced. Ethical issues unique to the supervisory relationship will be addressed.

Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Practice

Webinar

NASWME Chapter 0 558

Lee Pozzi Rush, LICSW

12 Category A Clinical CEUs for licensure, 3 of which are in Ethics approved by NASW NH.

Wednesdays - August 19th, September 2nd, September 9th, September 16th (please note the skip between first and second class)

9:00 am - 12:15 pm (includes 15 minute break)

NASW NH is pleased to bring you this supervision training that will meet the requirements of the NH BMHP for those wishing to become approved supervisors for licensure candidates. This workshop is open to all who wish to attend from any state or clinical practice, but please note NH laws, regulations, and NH BMHP will be referenced.

Clinical Supervision is an advanced practice skill that requires additional knowledge, expertise, and understanding for mental health clinicians. A developmental model that addresses adult learning needs and offers an integration of ways of teaching clinical practice will be utilized. Supervisory methods & techniques will be discussed & practiced. Ethical issues unique to the supervisory relationship will be addressed.

Ethics of Resistance & Civil Disobedience

Webinar

NASWME Chapter 0 243

Jacob Stone, LSW, ACSW (Ret.)

2 Clinical CEUs in Ethics approved by NASW VT

Workshop/learning objective details to come soon

About the Presenter:

Jacob Stone, formerly on the faculty at the Marywood University School of Social Work in Pennsylvania and the social work program of the University of Alaska (Fairbanks), is retired after a half-century of practice as a direct service provider, nonprofit executive, consultant, field instructor, and teacher and trainer. He served for many years as chair of the ethics committee of NASW-PA, and during the past twenty years he has focused his work and study on professional ethics, providing training and consultation on ethics through NASW and diverse other settings. Jacob moved from Pennsylvania to Vermont six years ago, and in retirement has continued to provide training and ethics round table discussions through NASW-VT.

Recognizing and Responding to Youth Suicide Risk during COVID-19

Webinar

NASWME Chapter 0 206

The Connect Program: National Best Practices for Recognizing and Responding to Youth Suicide Risk during COVID-19

Presenter: Ann Duckless, MA: NAMI NH Community Educator and Prevention Specialist

3 Category A Clinical CEUs in Suicide Prevention approved by NASW NH. Approval #3729

Live webinar - two 10 minute breaks

Mental health providers are on the front lines of suicide prevention efforts, and may well encounter changes in youth behaviors, attitudes, academic performance, or social interactions which may signal symptoms of depression, substance misuse, and/or other risk factors which may lead to suicide. The Connect Program is a unique community-based prevention training designed to increase the competence of mental health providers to promote suicide prevention, recognize individuals at risk, and respond to individuals who are thinking about or who have attempted suicide.

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