Supervision

Friday, April 1, 2016
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Program ID #614, Room 210A, Table 4
When Values and Culture Collide: Counselor Supervision and Difficult Conversations
30-Minute Roundtable Session
Matthew J. Beck, Lori Magnuson         
How do supervisors create open supervision climates, where trainees and counselors feel safe to discuss questions and disclose even minor ethical struggles without fear of reprisal? This roundtable uses informative and interactive discussion to foster awareness and provide attendees with specific multicultural and experiential strategies on how to develop a supervisory alliance that addresses the intersectionalities between personal values and culture.

 

Friday, April 1, 2016
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Program ID #620, Room 210A, Table 5
Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome and Integrating Your Personal Supervision Style
30-Minute Roundtable Session
Robyn L. Walsh, Elizabeth Bambacus         
Despite years of counseling experience, new supervisors may be nervous about whether they truly have something to offer counselors-in-training. In this roundtable, the presenters will introduce widely used supervision models and evidenced-based strategies, discuss their integrated personal supervision models, explore the imposter syndrome in relation to supervision, and facilitate open discussion for participants to hear others’ first experiences.

 

Friday, April 1, 2016
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Program ID #624, Room 210A, Table 4
Bilingual Supervision: Challenges, Opportunities, and Future Directions
30-Minute Roundtable Session
Ivelisse Torres-Fernandez
The purpose of this roundtable is to generate dialogue and conversations about issues and opportunities experienced by trainees, supervisors, and other professionals in their efforts to build both multicultural and linguistic competencies. Furthermore, the presenters will share experiences, lessons learned, and research findings related to bilingual supervision and training. Recommendations for practice and research will be offered.

 

Saturday, April 2, 2016
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Program ID #642, Room 210A, Table 2
Integrating the Whole Client Story: Role Play To Enhance Case Conceptualization Skills
30-Minute Roundtable Session
Michelle Hinkle, LaShauna Dean         
Role-play is a useful teaching tool for case conceptualization skills and can be used in a classroom or group supervision. In this presentation, attendees will experience an interactive role-play to conceptualize a fictional client. Focus will be on how different domains of a case conceptualization work together to gain an in-depth understanding of a client’s unique story. Discussion will highlight how this activity can enhance holistic case conceptualization skills, which can aid in individualized treatment planning.

 

Sunday, April 3, 2016
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Program ID #655, Room 210A, Table 5
Using Narrative Therapy with the Discrimination Model To Supervise Diverse Counselors
30-Minute Roundtable Session, Advanced
Evadne Elizabeth Ngazimbi, Judith Rosenberg         
This roundtable will focus on using narrative therapy with the discrimination model of supervision to supervise diverse counselors and counselors-in-training. Attendees will participate in discussions generated by their reactions to this model. The presenters will encourage attendees to share their experiences of working with supervisees from diverse backgrounds.

 

Sunday, April 3, 2016
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Program ID #659, Room 210A, Table 4
Bug-in-the-Eye: Using Netbooks for Effective Live Supervision of Counseling Students
30-Minute Roundtable Session, Advanced
Kevin A. Curtin, Steve Byrne         
This roundtable is about one program’s approach to live supervision, specifically “bug-in-the-eye” supervision, using a wireless system of netbook communication between faculty supervisors and practicum students in a counselor education training clinic. The presenters will describe how this type of supervision is provided, the technological requirements for implementation, the benefits and limitations, and implications for practice and research.