Facilitator: Joshua Burton, LPC
1.0 Hours Credit (To be applied toward annual training hours in ESFT)
This webinar focuses on the clinical supervisor, a role that is critical to keeping services available for children and families. Mr. Burton draws on his personal experience to identify the impacts of the shift from face-to-face service delivery and supervision to a telehealth-only format. He offers seven actions that supervisors can take to remain resilient and to mitigate the potentially disruptive impacts of the current crisis on themselves and supervisees. This 32-minute webinar is an edited version of an extended conversation that he facilitated with family-based supervisors who train at the Wellspan-Philhaven site in Pennsylvania.
As a result of completing this training activity, participants will be able to:
1. Identify common impacts of moving to telehealth-only supervision in the midst of a pandemic
2. Identify seven actions that supervisors can take to mitigate the negative impacts of current changes
This online distance learning workshop includes videos, readings, and links to other online resources and to ensure comprehension of the material.
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