Workshops

Continuing Education and Professional Learning Workshop Series 2018 Dates

ACEPwebDevelopment Counts has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #6633. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the programs offered. Development Counts supports licensure renewal for mental health professionals licensed by the GA Composite Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists.

Development Counts also supports renewal of certain NBCC certifications. If you are planning to attend a live workshop event at Development Counts and you are traveling from another state; please make sure that these CE Hours from Development Counts (ACEP #6633) will assist you with your license or certification renewal. You should be able to find this information via your state licensing board’s rules.

You can also review your NBCC certification renewal requirements to make sure the content covered is accepted for your particular certification renewal. This approved continuing education provider (ACEP) solely is responsible for all aspects of the programs offered.

The current workshop series is intended to support Counselors and other Mental Health Professionals in obtaining continuing education hours on the topic of clinical supervision and counseling ethics. The 2018 workshop series information is available below. You can download the course catalog here and registration online or via mail Workshop-Registration-Development-Counts-2018 (3). Workshops and staff development services are available for your organization upon request. Request more information.

Oct262018

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#1 – The Psychotherapy Supervisors’ Process: Integrating Relationship, Context and Theory

The purpose of this workshop is to support the supervisor’s ability to integrate four vital components of supervision: the intellectual task of attending to theory; the experiential task of applying techniques; the relational task of utilizing the self as a tool; all while attending to the contextual climate of supervision and therapy.

Objectives:

  • Exploring the elements in the supervisory system- the client, the supervisee and the supervisor
  • Addressing the multilayered “initiator/responder” process (perceiver-communicator)
  • Utilizing the supervisory dimensions- theory, method, process and self.
  • The effective use of live supervision and/or co-therapy with supervisees

Date: October 26, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Core CE Hours for Counselors, 6 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available.

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Sep282018

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#2 – Clinical Supervision in Group Form – Dynamics, Development and Process

This workshop is to enhance the Psychotherapy Supervisors skills related to providing clinical supervision in group format. Supervisors will enhance their knowledge of group dynamics, group development and group process.

Objectives:

  • Defining group supervision and exploring its benefits
  • Discussing the challenges in group supervision
  • Exploring the skill necessary for group leaders
  • Attending to the needs of individual supervisees within the group

Date: September 28, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Core CE Hours for Counselors, 6 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available.

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Nov302018

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#3 – Evaluation and Remediation in Counselor Supervision an Ethical Imperative

The purpose of this workshop is to address the vital component of supervision that involves the evaluation of supervisees counseling skills and professional competencies and its ethical implications. It also address the necessity of  goal setting and skill improvement where there are deficits.

Objectives:

  • Exploring the ethical purpose of evaluation
  • Understanding the need for competency based assessment
  • Identifying evaluation tools and methods
  • Strategies for improving skill sets and professional deficits

Date: November 30, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Ethics and/or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Ethics or Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available.

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TBD 2019

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#4 – Clinical Supervision Ethics: Gatekeeping, Liability, Cases, and Law

The purpose of this workshop is to examine the essential role that clinical supervisors play as gatekeepers to the profession of mental health. This workshop includes an examination of ethical supervisory practice, liability issues, and laws relevant to supervision.

Objectives:

  • Providing a framework for the ethical and effective practices of clinical supervisors
  • Addressing the key components to minimizing liability risks as it relates to direct and vicarious liability
  • Exploring applicable laws and legal cases that impact the supervisory process

Date: TBD 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Ethics and/or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Ethics or Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available

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Sep142018

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#5 – Providing Guidance: A Counseling Supervisor’s Ethical Responsibility to Follow GA LPC Licensing Laws

The purpose of this workshop is to increase participants’ knowledge and awareness of the GA Composite Board’s licensing regulations for LAPCs & LPCs.

Objectives:

  • Understanding licensure and supervisor eligibility at different levels of education
  • Exploring the relationship between the NBCC & LPC process in GA
  • The provision of effective guidance for supervisees regarding the licensure process

Go to the Georgia Composite Board Website for Professional Counselors, Social Workers and MFTs and print out your own copy of the board rules 135.

Date: September 14, 2018- workshop full, next date to be announced
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Ethics and/or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Ethics or Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: This workshop is Full

WORKSHOP FULL

TBD 2019

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#6 – Ethical Considerations in Clinical Supervision & Ethical Considerations in Telemental Health Supervision

The 1st half of this workshop addresses ethics in the delivery of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy. The ACA’s division of Counselor Education and Supervision’s ethical guidelines, case studies, best practices. The 2nd half of the workshop content will focus on telemental health supervision and how supervisors can expand their competencies to ethically supervise counselors working across distance modalities, as well as address the technological engagement with supervisees (recordings, telephone calls and digital exchange of information in both therapy and supervision). For a 3 hour Telemental Health Supervision Event see workshop #13.

Date: TBD 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Ethics and/or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Ethics or Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

(Two- 3-hour ethics certificates will be issued for a total of 6 CEs issued) 

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available

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TBD 2019

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#7 – A Relational Model for Clinical Supervision: Knowledge, Power and Authority

This workshop presents a psychodynamic or relational approach in the practice of clinical supervision. It explores how supervisors and supervisees co-construct meaning in the treatment relationship and the supervisory relationship. It will also address issues related to power and authority; along with parallel process as an informative tool for clinical supervisors.

Date: TBD 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)
Status: Seats Available

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TBD 2019

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#8 – Structure Matters: The Tasks of Effective Clinical Supervision

This workshop addresses the tasks necessary to provide intentional comprehensive clinical supervision.

Objectives:

  • Identifying a supervision model for practice
  • Goal setting with supervisees
  • The supervisory agreement
  • Problem solving and relationship building
  • Evaluation methods and techniques

Date: TBD 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available.

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TBD 2019

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#9 – Multicultural Competencies in Counselor Supervision: An Ethical Mandate

The purpose of this workshop is to address multicultural competencies in counselor supervision and its ethical mandate in mental health professions.

Objectives:

  • Define multicultural counseling
  • Define multicultural supervision
  • Understanding the supervisees multicultural counseling competence
  • Exploring the dynamics related to cross cultural phenomenon

Date: TBD 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Ethics and/or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Ethics or Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Full- No seats Available

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Nov22018

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#10- Supervising Counseling Interns: Selection, Training, Competency & Ethics

The purpose of this workshop is to enhance the development and provision of internship supervision.

Objectives:

  • selection (relationships with graduate programs)
  • orientation/training
  • intern competencies & remediation
  • supervisor competencies
  • ethical practice in supervision

Date: November 2, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Ethics and/or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Ethics or Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available.

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TBD 2019

Reflective Practice in Clinical Supervision:#11 – Reflective Practice in Clinical Supervision: Incorporating Constructivist Principles Registration Closed

The purpose of this workshop is to explore the constructivist framework and its benefits as a supervision model. A reflective mindset is among the central components to this supervision model. The intent is to promote counselors who demonstrate flexibility and openness.

Objectives:

  • Examine constructivist theory
  • Explore the process and methods in constructive supervision
  • Examine the activities and assessment tools used in the reflective model

Date: TBD 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL

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TBD 2019

#12 – Positive Psychology in Clinical Supervision                                                  Positive Psychology Supervision workshop symbol

The purpose of this workshop is to hone our ability to focus on strengths; what’s going right and expanding on those counseling and professional   skill sets. This workshop’s focus is on solutions instead of problems.

Objectives:

  • Define positive supervision
  • Learn to explore goals that incorporate present and developing competencies
  • Map supervision plans that include progress and relationship considerations

Date: TBD, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
(6 Core CE Hours for Counselors; 6 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available

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TBD 2019

#13 – Ethical Considerations in the Practice and Delivery of Telemental Health Supervision

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The purpose of this workshop is to explore telemental health supervision and how supervisors can expand their competencies to ethically supervise counselors working across distance modalities, as well as address the technological engagement with supervisees (recordings, telephone calls and digital exchange of information in both therapy and supervision).

Objectives:

  • Defining telemental health supervision
  • Practice implications and methods in telemental health supervision

Fee: $75.00 ($85.00 the week of the workshop)

Date: TBD, 2019 (this is the second half of the day of workshop #6)
Time: 
2:15 PM – 5:30 PM
(3 Ethics or Core CE Hours for Counselors; 3 Related CE Hours for LCSWs and MFTs)

Location: Sage Center Atlanta, 2849 B Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta GA 30341

Status: Seats Available

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