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Presented by NASW-Missouri Chapter 16.0 Clock Hours Educational Objectives and Outcomes: · Explore styles and techniques of supervision and assess your learning style and personality type · Know your ethical and legal boundary issues when providing supervision for licensure or if supervising employees · Tips and techniques to document the supervision process · Learn how to stay personally excited about being a supervisor and avoid burnout · Learn to evaluate the effectiveness of your supervision · Review rules for licensure supervision in Missouri · Explore the responsibilities of work-related supervision versus licensure supervision Prerequisite: Attendees must download and read state statutes/rules prior to attendance. To obtain this information please use this link: http://s1.sos.mo.gov/cmsimages/adrules/csr/current/20csr/20c2263-2.pdf. Registration fees-NASW Members $145.00; Other Professional $175.00
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