LPCANC is proud to announce that its members can receive a discounted rate at Charlotte AHEC for attending “Self-Care in Clinical Supervision”
This training is for 3.0 NBCC-approved continuing education hours.
November 15, 2018
9:00am – 12:15pm
Social workers, psychologists, licensed professional counselors, educators, school personnel, mental health professionals, clinicians, health and human service practitioners, and other health care professionals.
Clinical Supervision can bring intrinsic rewards for the supervisor. However, assuming the responsibility as a steward for the profession’s rising clinicians can also bring stress. This 3-hour training focuses on the self-care of the clinical supervisor. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to participate in a guided visualization and to create a self-care tool kit.
Dr. Troy Schiedenhelm, LPCS, NBCFCH, DCC, CCMC
Joy Robbins, LPCS
Special thanks to LPCANC for their support in this program.
Acquire an understanding of the role and importance of self-care in clinical work.
Explore the basic signs of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma.
Assess personal level of compassion fatigue.
Define ethical dilemmas that pose challenges to self-care.
Apply select theoretical frameworks for self-care into the supervision process.
Review practical ways to incorporate self-care into clinical supervision work.
Create a self-care toolkit for sustainable self-care practice.
Click HERE for more information about and to register for this professional development event for LPC Supervisors.