Live Interactive Webinar
Instructor: Katherine Jungreis, Ph.D., LICSW
Target Audience: Social workers and other social service providers who are thinking of becoming supervisors or recently have started providing supervision.
Course Delivery Method, Format and Instructor Interaction: Live interactive webinar with discussion and small group activities. Instructor will use chat and verbal discussions for Q and A as well as break out rooms. Attendees are visible to one another in Zoom meeting and are encouraged to be active participants with their camera and/or microphone in order take part in discussion. Login information will be emailed to all program participants in January at the start of the program.
System Requirements: Attendees will need access to a computer with working camera and microphone. All courses are offered using Zoom conferencing software.
This class will continue to explore psychodynamic ideas as they apply to relational supervision. A focus will be on recognizing transference and countertransference within the supervisory relationship and discuss how to address those issues. The elements of idealization, resistance and parallel process will be described and how to identify when these processes may be in play. The dynamic of rupture and repair will be explored as an essential aspect of the holding environment.
- Describe relevance of transference and countertransference to the supervisory relationship
- Explain the role of idealization for the learning process
- Discover how to understand and work with resistance
- Recognize how parallel process may operate in the supervisory rectangle
- Examine the concept of “rupture and repair”
Part I: 1:00 - 2:15 p.m. ET
- Transference and countertransference as and supervision idealization and how it affects both supervisee and supervisor
- The function of resistance and defense in the work of supervisor
Break: 2:15 - 2:25 p.m. ET
Part II: 2:25 - 3:45 p.m. ET
- Parallel process rupture and impasse in the supervisory relationship
In order to be awarded the Foundations of Clinical Supervision Certificate, it is the expectation that students attend all scheduled sessions of the program. However, Smith understands that emergencies or unexpected events may interfere with a student attending a particular session or a part of a session. Aside from CE credits, the policy of the SSW Certificate programs is that students who miss significant portions of a seminar or a full session will be required to complete a make-up assignment. Assignments will be devised by the course instructor/certificate director to cover both missed content and learning time. Students who miss more than sessions of the program will not be awarded the Foundations of Clinical Supervision Certificate.
Smith certificate programs are comprised of a number of different courses often over a number of days. Many courses are standalone sessions but some courses may have two or three sessions. The total number of CE contact hours that a student may earn will be calculated based on the number of hours of fully attended courses. Partial credit may not be awarded to those who attend only a portion of a course. It is the attendees’ responsibility to contact their licensing board to determine eligibility to meet continuing education requirements. Please see individual course pages for the CE completion requirements and how the certificate is awarded.
Upon completing the evaluation for the in-person seminar, participants will be emailed their online certificate within 30 days of seminar completion. Participants should save and/or print the certificate upon receipt for their records. Receiving the CE certificate is contingent on completion of the evaluation and signing in and out of the seminar.