Clinical Supervision in Social Work: Initial 6.0
Monitoring and Mentoring Social Work Practitioners
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This NASW-IA sponsored comprehensive 6-hour workshop addresses the most critical issues for the clinical supervisor in social work.
Key concepts to be covered include:
- Responsibilities and models of supervision
- Iowa regulatory requirements and the supervision plan
- Parallel process and effectively evaluating and improving supervision
- In addition, research examining at supervision will be explored
Through presentation, large group and small group discussions, the following aspects of supervision will be explored in this training:
- The purpose, role, and functions of supervision
- Theories and models of supervision
- Oversight and guidance of supervisees who diagnose, create treatment plans, and treat clients
- Individual supervision facilitation
- Parallel process and the importance of modeling strengths-based principles in supervision
- A review of literature regarding the practice of supervision in social work
Myke Selha, LISW, MSW is an assistant professor and the field education director for the Grand View University BSW program. Prior to academia, Myke has worked in private practice, rural community mental health centers as both a clinical social worker and as an Executive Director, and in non-profit management. Mr. Selha is a former Iowa-NASW Chapter President. He was also a member of the Standards Setting Task Force for the ASWB Clinical Licensure Exam. He is a frequent presenter for workshops on ethics, clinical supervision, and LGBTQ cultural competence.
Meg McKeon, Ed.D., LISW received her Bachelor of Science in Recreation with a concentration in therapeutic recreation from Shepherd University. While working as a crisis intervention specialist at for a psychosocial rehabilitation program in Maryland she received her Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland Baltimore. Meg worked with adults with serious mental illness in community mental health programs. At that time, she specialized in working with adults with Dissociative Identity Disorder, as well as Borderline Personality disorder. Her career then moved to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level while also providing mental health services to university students. Meg received her Doctor of Education from the University of Pennsylvania while also serving as a senior administrator in Student Affairs at several universities. After a rewarding career in higher education Meg has returned to her professional roots in community mental health. She will see adolescents through adults. Modalities and areas of interest include Brief Solution Focused therapy, CBT, Mindfulness CBT working with working with LGBT youth, adults and couples.
NASW-IA has determined that this program meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work for 6.0 hours of continuing education for Licensed Independent Social Workers who will be performing clinical supervision for LMSWs working to become LISWs.