Grasping Fog: The Reflective Use of Self and Its Application in Clinical Supervision
Co-hosted by MSSA Region 9 and MSU, Mankato Department of Social Work
Dates: June 15 and 16, 2020
Time: 1:00-4:00 PM both days
Presenter: Angela Lewis-Dmello, MSW, LICSW
Description: The supervisory relationship presents some unique challenges and opportunities involving effective use of self. Supervisors are frequently confronted with situations that my evoke strong personal reactions. Attendees will develop a meaningful and accessible way to conceptualize, apply, and describe the process of "use of self" to themselves and their supervisees. This course uses didactic input and experiential learning, and attendees will explore how the whole person of the supervisor can be effectively engaged in the way supervision is provided. Strategies for managing obstacles will be introduced, including self-insight, self-integration, empathy, anxiety management, and conceptualizing skills.
CEUs: 6 Supervision CEUs. This training meets licensure requirements for social work supervisors.
Price: $10. You must be an MSSA member to register. Not a member? Join now!
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