Trauma-Informed Supervision: 4-Hour Refresher Course
Barry University School of Social Work is offering a 4-hour webinar that will meet criteria for current qualified supervisors to update their required credentials for FS chapter 491. While the course focuses on essential supervision skills and processes, it also provides an important trauma-informed perspective on the worker/client relationship and also on the supervisor/supervisee relationship.
Learning Objectives : 4 hours
- Recognize historical trends and approaches for providing clinical supervision
- Review important state mandates and requirements for providing supervision and monitoring competent and ethical practice
- Recognize the connections between client experiences of trauma and the presentation of clinical distress
- Gain experience in specific supervisory techniques and skills for enhancing the professional narrative and identity of supervisees.
About the Speaker:
Mark S. Smith, PhD
Mark S. Smith, PhD. holds the rank of Associate Professor and has been a faculty member in the School of Social Work at Barry University for 21 years. His undergraduate degree is in Early Childhood Education (University of South Carolina) and his MSW is from San Francisco State University. His practice experience includes work in child welfare, hospital and community-based health care, mental health care in in-patient and out-patient clinic facilities, employee assistance programming, and community organizing and advocacy. He maintains a small practice specializing clinical supervision and in narrative-based work with adults, adolescents, children, and families. Dr. Smith’s areas of interest and expertise include: resiliency-focused clinical practice, social group work, family practice, community responses to disaster and trauma, LGBTQ youth and adults, anti-racist/oppressive social work pedagogy, narrative and constructivist clinical practice, spirituality, and participant-based qualitative research. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the International Association for Social Work with Groups (IASWG) organization.
Schedule & Pricing
- March 12, 2021 | 10:00-2:30 pm
- Webinar: $75 per person
- 4 hrs of CEUs for LCSW, LMFT, LMHC