|Moving From Line Worker to Supervisor
Suzanne Smoller, L-RCSW, CASAC, CPP, ACSW
The Supervisors of the tomorrow are the line workers of today. In the field of chemical dependency counseling, many of the original supervisors of programs are retiring. New qualified supervisors are needed in administrative and clinical supervisory roles. Even if you started your career as a Counselor with no intention of becoming a Supervisor, you have either been offered an opportunity to be a Supervisor or you are interested in finding about how to use your skills to move into a supervisory position this is the course for you. Through the use of practical examples and readings, participants will learn the basics of supervision and how to incorporate clinical counseling tools into a supervisory setting. Students will also address the organizational and interpersonal issues of moving from the position of peer to supervisor.
This four week course requires 8 hours of work over its duration.
|This course is not scheduled at this time
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