Friday, March 17
11:00am - 11:30am
Program ID #609, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 9
Supervisor Efficacy and Supervisee Satisfaction in Individual and Group Supervision
30-Minute Poster Session
Shaywanna Harris
Supervision research tends to focus on identifying variables impacting clinical supervision. The supervisory relationship is identified as a primary variable in effective supervision. Additionally, supervisor self-efficacy and supervisee satisfaction may have an effect on client outcomes. This study seeks to identify differences in supervisee satisfaction based on supervisor self-efficacy. This poster session will provide information on the purpose, methods, results, and implications of this study to attendees.

Friday, March 17
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Program ID #666, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 10
It Happened ... Now What?: Effective and Ineffective Responses to Client Suicide
30-Minute Poster Session
Nathaniel J. Wagner, Colleen M. Grunhaus, Victor E. Tuazon
This poster session will discuss the findings of a research study examining the impact of an unexpected death of a client on counselors. Client suicide, homicide, or sudden death and its impact on counselors were explored, along with supervisory, collegial, and agency support implications.

Friday, March 17
4:00pm - 4:30pm
ASERVIC Featured Session
Program ID #675, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 5
Integration of ASERVIC Competencies into ….Practice OR Counselor Education and Supervision
30-Minute Poster Session
Sonja Sutherland, Lisa Beijan, Katelyn Tassey Mayo, Janelle M. Bettis
The ASERVIC competencies are a resource for clarifying both cultural competence, and practical application of diversity considerations in professional practice, counselor instruction, and supervision. This interactive poster will draw upon the ASERVIC competencies to energize discourse on how they can be utilized to create a bridge of understanding between differing religious, spiritual, and cultural perspectives, and that simultaneously respects all perspectives.

Friday, March 17
5:00pm - 5:30pm
CSI Featured Session
Program ID #686, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 2
Using Collaborative Supervisional Assessments for Student Self-Advocacy: A Qualitative Look at Student Feedback
30-Minute Poster Session
Ryan Bowers
A qualitative research project was conducted to see how student self-advocacy, by way of using Collaborative Clinical Supervision Assessments, could enhance and change the academic supervision sessions for masters-level counseling interns.  The use of formative feedback was found to be useful for the research participants to help address current supervision needs, rather than using summative feedback measures traditionally used at the end of the semester.


Saturday, March 18
4:00pm - 4:30pm
Program ID #780, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 10
Caring for the Caregivers: Vicarious Trauma and Supervisors
30-Minute Poster Session
Sarah J. Fucillo, Jamie Carney, Bethany A. Lanier
Vicarious trauma is a term used to describe the negative effects of professional helping; therefore, it is considered an occupational hazard of providing counseling to traumatized people (Rank, Zaparanick, & Gentry, 2009; Merriman, 2013). Supervisors and counselor educators have an ethical responsibility to address vicarious trauma (Sommer, 2008). This poster session will present research from a national phenomenological qualitative study on supervisor ability to identify, attend to, and prevent vicarious traumatization.

Sunday, March 19
10:00am - 10:30am
ALGBTIC Featured Session
Program ID #815, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 1
Affirmative Supervision: Ethical Approach and Best Practices for LGBTQ+ Supervisees and Clients
30-Minute Poster Session
Jared S. Rose, Eric R. Baltrinic
Supervisors and counselor educators must be affirming of all sex, sexuality, and gender identities, especially those of minorities such as LGBTQ+. This poster session will provide the tenants of affirmative therapy (Rose & Baltrinic, 2015) and how they construct the platform of affirmative supervision. The session will identify how this contributes to supervisees’ competence and level of supervision satisfaction, enhancing positive client outcomes. Emerging research in this area will also be discussed.

Sunday, March 19
11:00am - 11:30am
Program ID #835, 2nd Floor, Poster Area 7
A Supervisor's Guide: Who's at Risk for Vicarious Trauma?
30-Minute Poster Session
Orit Rubin, Ericka Shoaff, Mollie Sin
Vicarious trauma has been deemed an occupational hazard for the helping professions. To increase awareness and promote education, the presenters chose to focus their efforts on risks, symptom identification, and prevention. This poster session includes a review of common myths, risk factors, recognition of vicarious trauma in counselors, and preventative methods for supervisors and their supervisees.


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