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This workshop focuses on the supervision of the licensure candidate. The sessions address the following: the development of the supervisory relationship, adult student learning needs, safety in the field, and establishing a learning contract; the work phase of the supervision (special attention is paid to concepts such as parallel process, making a demand for work, and the gatekeeping role of social work supervisors). Three hours of the workshop focus on ethical issues in supervision. The ethical issues of boundaries and dual relationships are examined closely and different methods of ethical-decision making are taught. The final session in this series focuses on the termination phase of supervision. While this course has some content regarding the New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Practice and supervisory agreements, the majority of the workshop is appropriate for all supervisors of licensure candidates.
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