CICAPP and CAPCT are offering supervision training in Winter 2020. This program is for mental health professionals interested in expanding their skill set to become a clinical supervisor. Participants will learn how to supervise those who are working with children, adolescents or parents in both the private and public sectors. The program is taught by experienced supervisors with specialized training. A range of psychoanalytic theories will inform the spectrum of supervisory approaches and techniques.
This training meets the CRPO 30 hours of directed learning in providing clinical supervision.
Distance learning is available.
About the Program
We will examine a range of psychoanalytic and pedagogical theories informing supervision. Presentations will use a case study approach and are adaptive to a range of experience levels. New supervisors are welcome.
Register by JANUARY 22, 2020
The program will be delivered through weekly day-long seminars. Participants will learn through seminars and case discussions. Topics include:
- Psychoanalytically-informed supervision theories;
- A developmental model of supervision;
- Use of self in supervision;
- Ethics and power relationships in supervision;
- The various roles and obligations of