Social Work Supervision with Students and Colleagues
— Offered by J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Social Work —
Professional Social Workers often find themselves in supervisory roles without much training or preparation. The goal of this presentation is to provide training to current supervisors or professionals who plan to take on supervision roles. Prof. Scott will review all components of supervision for both students and social work colleagues. She will lead a discussion of appropriate process, goals and objectives for supervision at all levels. Ethical issues related to the supervisor-supervisee relationship and libiability issues in supervision will be presented and case study reviews and small group discussions will be used to illustrate and problem solve obstacles in supervision.
This course will help equip social workers/counselors to have success and confidence as they navigate the supervision process.
Clinical Assistant Professor, LCSW
July 12, 2019
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
3 hrs Social Work CEU
Face-to-face at the
Global Campus Rogers
- 10% Discount for University of Arkansas Alumni
- $5 off for participants registered for both the morning and afternoon workshops
* Only one discount per day per registrant. No refunds of the discount will be granted once registration is complete.