Hall University Division of Continuing
Education and Professional Studies, in partnership with the College of Education and Human
Services, is pleased to announce the launch of its Continuing
Professional Development Series for the Helping Professions. These
courses and workshops are designed to train and sharpen skill sets for
Mental Health practitioners from a variety of disciplines.
This training is specifically designed to introduce marriage and
family therapists to the specialty of clinical supervision and to
facilitate an introductory level of competency in the fundamental
skills of supervision. In addition to its systemic focus, this course
reviews foundational responsibilities of training and supervising for
mental health professionals. Participants will explore advances in
clinical supervision, including models, approaches, techniques,
relationship and process issues, and legal and ethical considerations.
Teaching methods include collaborative didactic instruction, with
discussion of reading materials and face-to-face activities, and 15
contact hours of experiential instruction, including group supervision
of each participant’s supervision via videotape and case
Dates: May 3, 10, 31, & June 7, 2013
Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: South Orange Campus, Room TBD
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