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HT072 - Supervision Ethics
Dr. Rosanne Nunnery and Keith Myers, MA, LPC, NCC, ACS
Podcast transcript available by clicking here.
The new Code of Ethics offers important guidance on the role of supervision. Dr. Rosanne Nunnery and Keith Myers, MA, LPC, NCC, ACS discuss key issues related to the supervisor-supervisee relationship and the evaluation process in this podcast on “Supervision Ethics.”
Presenters: Rosanne Nunnery, Ph.D. is a CORE Mental Health Counseling Program Faculty at Capella University in the Harold School of Social and Behavioral Sciences along with a part time private practice. She is credentialed as a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, and Board Qualified Supervisor in her state. During her time as an LPC and Counselor Educator, she has presented state wide and nationally on various topics, served as Human Rights Chair for the Mississippi Counseling Association, served on local boards, and is currently a member of the ACA Ethics Committee.
Keith Myers, MA, LPC, NCC, ACS is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor while managing a private practice just north of the Atlanta metro area. Two of his clinical specialties include trauma and combat-PTSD. He supervises both graduate students and associate professional counselors who are seeking state independent licensure. He is a 3rd year doctoral student in counselor education and supervision at Mercer University in Atlanta and is an adjunct faculty member with Argosy University in Atlanta. Keith is currently serving a 3-year term with the ACA Ethics Committee and will be the Committee Co-Chair for 2015-2016.
Listening to this podcast will help you:
1. Summarize the basic tenets of the Supervision Ethics podcast
2. Discuss supervision in counseling and its importance in the profession
3. Discuss the supervisor-supervisee relationship and the evaluation process
Running time: 59 minutes