By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name the four characteristics of effective goal setting with your supervisee.
-Name the five steps to conflict resolution.
-Name the four types of supervisees that are resistant to improvement.
-Name three main ethical issues involved in the supervision of a therapist.
-Name four steps in an interview session with a client that might benefit the therapist-client relationship of a supervisee.
-Name two ways to correct problems resulting in the supervisor-therapist relationship and therapist-client relationship.
-Name three basic skills that you may wish to utilize to empower your supervisee.
-Explain what practical aspect Work with inner city clients often requires.
-Name the five classic questions of supervisee discipline.
-Name three behaviors of a trustworthy clinical supervisor.
-Name 5 results you can expect when you are supervising effectively.
-Name your two key jobs regarding supervisee aptitude as a mentor.
-Name six types of supervisee thinking.
-Name three areas the supervisor should show how the specific behavior affects to establish a need for change.
-Name two main performance concepts are identified here to solve problems effectively you must be able to describe what it is that you want and what it is that you get in the supervisee's performance.
-Name five things clearly specify the exact gap between desired performance and the supervisee's actual performance.
-Explain why do gay/lesbian/bisexual students with depression often go undiagnosed.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."