New Supervisor Workshop: Building Positive, Supportive Supervisory Relationships & Functional Family-Based Teams

CE Hours: 3.5
Instructor: Marlene N. Reiff, LCSW, LMFT

Thursday, September 23, 2021, All Sites via Zoom
8:30am-12:00pm

The ESFT supervisor has five major responsibilities: ensuring treatment fidelity and effectiveness, building clinical competency for therapists, establishing positive, supportive supervisory relationships and functional teams. The role can be overwhelming and may be difficult to manage all of the responsibilities while meet the expectations of various stakeholders. The course is part of a two-part series for new supervisors in ESFT. This course focuses on building supervisory relationships that promote hope and build competency as well as developing functional two-person teams. Participants will have opportunity to discuss current supervisory dilemmas.

Objectives:

  1. Identify three tasks to build competence, hopefulness and positive morale
  2. Describe ways to use weekly larger group supervision to create engagement and foster a supportive team culture
  3. Name supervisory techniques to be used in each stage of team develop

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