Effective Use of Individual and
Team-Based Supervision Formats

CE Hours: 4.0
Instructors: Dan Gilmore, MA, LPC, Joshua Irvine, MA, LPC

A Live, Interactive Webconference
Friday, 10/21/22, Susquehanna Training Group (formerly WellSpan) via Live Interactive Zoom
Thursday, 10/27/22, Norristown Training Group via Live Interactive Zoom
Friday, 10/28/22, Altoona Training Group via Live Interactive Zoom


Supervision is a vital component to the effectiveness of ESFT. The challenge for many supervisors is knowing when to use individual supervision as a format versus team supervision. Once a decision is made what are appropriate supervisory goals for individual supervision versus team supervision? This course will define when to use which format and define distinct supervisory goals for both individual supervision and team supervision. The action-oriented part of the course will use video tape of supervision and sessions to practice determining which format to use and whether the distinct supervisory goals are being implemented.


As a result of attending this training, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify two distinct supervisory goals for an individual supervision format
  2. Identify two distinct supervisory goals for a team supervision
  3. Demonstrate the use of video tape to address each distinct goal based on format of supervision being used

This is an intermediate level course. The target audience is behavioral health supervisors working within Pennsylvania’s Family Based program. This is a live synchronous distance learning activity conducted in real time, allowing for simultaneous participation of participants and instructors from different locations.


8:25am-10:30am: Focus on Objectives 1 & 2
10:30am-10:40am: Break
10:40am-12:35pm: Focus on Objective 3

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