Supervision PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
- designing a PhD-supervision course. Initial . ideas of your own PhD-supervision . course/activity. In . your. . working. . groups. Task 1. . Discuss . what type of activity(. ies. ) you would like to do in our group based on the list of possibilities and your SWOT analysis of possibilities and constraints. Make it within a reasonable timeframe.
Intensity . IAPT. Dr . Michael J Scott. Wednesday, September 10. th. . 2014. For this presentation and notes e-mail me, . email@example.com. , if I have not replied in 48hrs send an appropriate reminder!.
CVS 23.11.16. Morton Community Centre. www.ivitalearning.co.uk. Objectives of today. By the end of the session you will:. Be able to identify good practice in supervision and appraisal. Have explored some frameworks for making them transparent and supportive for staff.
Crystal Collins-. Camargo. , MSW PhD. University of Louisville. NASW Child Welfare Symposium. November 18, 2010. Why is Supervision Important in . Child Welfare?. Past research . links supervision to:.
Teacher-Para Team. August 10, 2017. Leisa Harmon, MS, CCC-SLP. firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclosure. I have the following relevant financial relationship:. I am supported by the ND Department of Public Instruction to present this workshop..
. SHC, Department of GME . Program Directors’ . Education Lunch Meeting. Sept . . 9, . 2010. “Supervision is more important than [duty] hours” . Dr. Bertrand Bell, 2009. Discussion Points . What is supervision? .
CIMH Symposium. Supervisor Track. Oakland, California. April 27, 2012. FFT is an Evidence-Based Practice. Four decades of research support establishing the efficacy of FFT with behavior problem youth.
Kenneth smith, . lcsw. , . lcas. , ccs. email@example.com. Learners will be able to define supervision and the roles of the supervisor/supervisee. Learners will be able to describe the ethical and legal issues involved with supervision.
Many people who become supervisors were social workers in the field first and then later took on the role of supervision. Subsequently, most of the relationships which were developed prior to becoming a supervisor were developed with other workers at a collegial level. This often presents difficulties when all of a sudden a worker is supervising their peers. This can present issues such as: .
B. art . A. ndrews, PhD. CAPA Training Institute. June 23, 2014. Developmental Models. There are 3 stages of supervisor and supervisee development:. Stage 1- Naïve Enthusiasm. Stage 2- Trials and Tribulations.
A . Christian integrative model. Terri S. Watson, Psy.D., ABPP. Learning objectives. Describe the relationship between the virtue of hope and the ethical principle of beneficence. Identify three supervision practices that cultivate hope in supervisees.
ReEntry. The Ohio Parole Board’s implementation of Select Strategies. Presented by:. Cynthia Mausser. Chair. The 13 strategies. Define Success as Recidivism Reduction and Measure Performance:. Adopt Risk Reduction & Behavior Change Strategies.
Perspectives from the Field and the University Setting. Ashley Arnold, MA, LSSP, NCSP. Jennifer L. Schroeder, PhD, LP, LSSP, NCSP. Objectives. Review legal and ethical guidelines for providing supervision .
Jill Lee-Barber, Ph.D. Georgia State University. Lakeisha Gantt, Ph.D. University of Georgia. Supervision & Training. Psychotherapy supervision can be one of the most rewarding professional activities for psychologists, counselors, and social workers..
Solution Lab . 2016 CMHO Conference. November 22, 2016. Diane, Marjory& Jonathan. Ontario Supervision . Community of Practice. Supervisionfirstname.lastname@example.org. Diane Walker. Marjory . Phillips. Jonathan .
Achieving the . Right . Balance. Jennifer McCallister, MD. Internal Medicine/Pulmonary & Critical Care. John D. Mahan, M.D.. Pediatrics/Pediatric Nephrology. The OSU College of Medicine . Presenters.