Join over 3,500 other supervisors and be a part of the Interdisciplinary Clinical Supervision Forum!
The Clinical Supervision Forum is an ongoing series of live webinars and peer interaction.
Registration in the Forum includes all live events scheduled as of registration date.
Participants can also choose to enroll in events individually.
As events are added, participants will need to re-register for the Forum so that the newest courses are included on their course list.
Join a community of clinical supervisors. Learn, network, and share historical and innovative practices in clinical supervision for mental health professionals. By registering for the forum you will be enrolled in an online discussion forum and our upcoming free clinical supervision live webinar CE courses. Each course features an expert supervisor who will facilitate a lecture and Q&A session. Guest presenters will include allied professionals representing counseling, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, and psychology. Continuing Education credits will be offered for behavioral health clinicians.
September 15, 2023: Managing Your Supervision Groups
November 17, 2023: Models of Clinical Supervision
Previous events available as online self-studies:
- Supervising Therapists Through Life's Challenges- Navigating the Thin Line Between Mentoring and Therapy
- Infusing Postmodernism into Mental Health Supervision
- Competency-Based Approach to Group Supervision
- Navigating Licensure Supervision Within an Organization
- Special Considerations when Supervising Child Therapists
- Culturally Competent Supervision
- Approaching Culturally-Informed Intervention in Counseling & Supervision: Overview of a Comprehensive Model
- Preparing Supervisees for Telemental Health
- Creating A Vision: Supervising Family Therapist To See The How
- Expressive Arts and Play Therapy for Supervision
- It’s Complicated: Special Considerations for Supervising Clinicians Treating Eating Disorders
- How Clinical Supervisors Can Adjust Their Evaluative Lens by Understanding the “Zone of Proximal Development”
- Documentation for Supervisors
- Systemic Supervision over Telehealth
- It's Not Just Your Name on the Line: How Contracts Support Compliance and Standards in Clinical Supervision
- The Empowerment Model of Clinical Supervision: A Modern Model for Private Practice and Community Mental Health
- Using Motivational Interviewing Skills in Supervision
- The Clinical Supervisor’s Observations for Remediation: Strategies for Personal & Professional Development
- Ethical Considerations of Hosting Interns and Supervisees
1.5 CE credits for each scheduled live webinar event
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Marriage and Family Therapists: Many MFT licensing boards accept our courses or one of the approvals which we have from professional associations. You can check with your board to determine if this course would be accepted by your licensing board.
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Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0435. Approval renewal date: 2/28/2026
Addiction Professionals: Telehealth Certification Institute is an approved provider of continuing education by NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals, provider #193104, effective 02/23/2021. Full attendance is required; no partial credit will be awarded for partial attendance. (Review individual course description for Addiction Professional CEs)
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Other Professionals: This activity qualifies for 90 minutes of instructional content as required by many national, state and local licensing boards and professional organizations. Retain your certificate of completion and contact your board or organization for specific filing requirements.
Yes - registration for the forum includes access to each live event of the series that are scheduled as of the registration date.
As new events are added to the schedule, you will need to re-register to include new events.
Registration in the Forum does NOT include access to the recordings or the online self-study courses.
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Date: Friday, September 15, 2023 - 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST
Course Title: Managing Your Supervision Group
Description: Clinical supervisors in the mental health field get little to no training on how to conduct group supervision. This course will provide clinical supervisors with a framework of understanding group supervision dynamics and an understanding of how to manage members of a supervision group.
This course is for clinical supervisors who provide group supervision but don’t feel confident in their group supervision skills, or supervisors who are interested in providing group supervision.
Research shows that there is little research done on process concerns and managing group dynamics within supervision groups. This course combines group supervision knowledge and research with clinical group information to support clinical supervisors in managing their supervision groups.
Clinical supervisors can expect to increase their familiarity with group supervision dynamics and processes while learning new ways to manage members of your group. Supervisors will also increase their confidence in leading supervision groups.
- List the 4 stages of development in group supervision
- Break down the 4 types of challenging supervisees in a group setting
- Explain how to manage challenging group processes and dynamics
Speaker: Shannon Heers, LPC, LMHC, CAS, ACS
Date: Friday,November 17, 2023 - 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST
Course Title: Models of Clinical Supervision
Description: Just as it is important for clinicians to have a theory or conceptual framework to guide their work with clients, it is essential for supervisors to have a framework for working with supervisees. Gone are the days (hopefully) when supervision consisted solely of a supervisee telling the supervisor about a client, and the supervisor saying, “OK, so here is what I would do with this client if I were you….”.
We now recognize that supervision is a unique activity and that it is important to have a conceptual framework through which to work with supervisees. In this course, new and experienced supervisors will learn about the most commonly used supervision models and how they are implemented, as well as some of the newer models that have been developed.
Participants in this course should leave with an understanding of the major categories of clinical supervision models and examples of specific models from each category. In addition, the presenter will discuss recent research on supervision models. Participants will consider their own personal supervision style and which model(s) fit best in their work with supervisees. Finally, the importance of supervision context, format, and multicultural considerations will be addressed.
- Describe the four major categories of clinical supervision models and specific models from each category.
- Identify the strengths and limitations of supervision models as described in the research literature.
- Analyze the various supervision models and explain how context, format, and culture are important considerations when applying a supervision model in practice.
Speaker: Mary Kate Reese, PhD, LPC, CPCS
We do not provide recordings of live events. Whenever possible, live events are converted into online self-study courses.
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Ruby L. Blow's "Supervising Therapists Through Life's Challenges" (recorded 11/13/2020)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Dr. Paula J. Britton's "Infusing Postmodernidm into Mental Health Supervision" (recorded 12/11/2020)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Dr. Kristy Christopher-Holloway's "Competency-Based Approach to Group Supervision: Supervisor Multicultural Humility, Supervisee Self-Efficacy, and Client Satisfaction" (recorded 01/08/2021)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Dr. Malcolm Horn's "Navigating Licensure Supervision Within an Organization" (recorded 02/12/2021)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Sarah Scott Dooling's "Special Considerations when Supervising Child Therapists" (recorded 03/12/2021)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Dr. Sonja Sutherland's "Culturally Competent Supervision" (recorded 04/09/2021)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Ruby Blow's and Ray Barrett's "Preparing Suopervisees for Telemental Health" (recorded 11/12/2021)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Vicki Loyers's and Tara Gardenshire's "Creating a Vision: Supervising Family Therapists to See "The How'" (recorded 1/14/22)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Dr. Laura Fazio-Griffith's "Expressive Arts and Play Therapy for Supervision'" (recorded 3/11/22)
Register now for the 2 CE Self-Study of Dr. Melanie Smith's "It's Complicated:Special Considerations for Supervising Clinicians Treating Eating Disorders " (recorded 5/20/22)
Register now for the 1 CE Self-Study of Dr. Rosalind Polk-Hall's "How Clinical Supervisors Can Adjust Their Evaluative Lens by Understanding the “Zone of Proximal Development” (recorded (7/15/22)
Register now for the 1.5 CE Self-Study of Kristin Ryan Easley's "Documentation for Supervisors” (recorded (9/16/22)
Register now for the 1.5 CE Self-Study of Dr. Katherine Hertlein's "Systemic Supervision over Telehealth” (recorded 11/11/22)
Register now for the 1.5 CE Self-Study of Francisca Mix's "It’s Not Just Your Name on the Line: How Your Contract Supports Compliance and Standards in Clinical Supervision” (recorded 11/18/22)
Register now for the 1.5 CE Self-Study of Khara Croswaite Brindle's "The Empowerment Model of Clinical Supervision: A Modern Model for Private Practice and Community Mental Health” (recorded 1/20/23)
Register now for the 1.5 CE Self-Study of Dayna Guido's and Hillary Bolter's "Using Motivational Interviewing Skills in Supervision” (recorded 3/10/23)
Register now for the 1.5 CE Self-Study of Ruby Blow's "The Clinical Supervisor’s Observations for Remediation: Strategies for Personal & Professional Development” (recorded 5/12/23)
Register now for Dr. Tara Sanderson's "Ethical Considerations of Hosting Interns and Supervisees" (recorded 7/14/23)
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Sutherland is the founder and CEO of Legacy Changers Worldwide, an organization dedicated to providing family education and mental and emotional wellness resources. The Legacy Changers Worldwide umbrella has provided support through the Legacy Changers Counseling Center, The Family Healing Room, VASAYO, and previously as host of a local Atlanta talk-radio show focusing on family relationships and mental wellness. In addition, Dr. Sutherland provides intermediate and advanced continuing education workshops for licensed clinicians, and post-masters supervision for associate licensed clinicians through Legacy Professional Development & Training. More information on services and programs offered by Dr. Sutherland can be found here.
In the mental health field since 1998, and licensed since 2001, Dr. Sutherland has provided therapeutic services in the private practice, psychiatric residential, in-home, and outpatient mental health settings, for adolescents and adults, through individual, group, couples, and family therapy. She has specialized in working with adolescents, couples and families for the last 22 years. One of Dr. Sutherland’s historical research interests has been evidence-based treatment within residential settings for commercially sexually exploited youth, which was a primary focus of her dissertation and clinical expertise during her years as a clinician in the psychiatric residential setting. Her ongoing research interests include clinician-
Laura Fazio-Griffith, PhD., NCC., LPC-S., LMFT., Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor
Dr. Laura Fazio-Griffith received her PhD from the University of New Orleans in Counselor Education. She is a national certified counselor, licensed professional counselor supervisor, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and a registered play therapist supervisor. Dr. Fazio-Griffith was the clinical director for the Counseling and Training Center of Families Helping Families of Greater New Orleans for approximately 5 years. She provided individual, group, and family counseling as well as supervision for master’s level counseling interns. She has been an adjunct assistant professor at UNO, Southeastern, and LSU. She joined our faculty in August of 2010 after completing two years as a visiting assistant professor at LSU. She served as the president of LACES from 2004-06 and was the Counselor Education representative on the LACES board until July 2011. She served as treasurer on the Louisiana Association for Play Therapy Executive Board and is Past-President of the Louisiana Association for Play Therapy. She has served as president for the Louisiana Association for Career Development and also serves on two national editorial boards. She serves on the American Counseling Association Branch Development Committee, and the Association for Play Therapy Education Committee and Registration and Credentialing Committee and University Education Committee, and Nominations and Elections Committee as well as the task force to develop a history of play therapy for APT. She has developed the play therapy program and the counseling program is an approved provider from the Association for Play Therapy for continuing play therapy education. She has presented nationally and statewide on various topics related to supervision, play therapy, and group work. Her research interests include group work, personality disorders, supervision, and play therapy. Dr. Fazio-Griffith was honored by the Louisiana Association for Counselor Education and Supervision as the Senior Counselor Educator of the year at the 2016 LCA Conference, the award for Distinguished Professional Service, 2018 for the Louisiana Counseling Association, and the Senior Supervisor Award by the Louisiana Association for Counselor Education and Supervision at the 2019 LCA Conference, and the Play Therapist of the Year: Lifetime Achievement by the Louisiana Association for Play Therapy in 2020. Dr. Fazio-Griffith was appointed to the LPC Board by the Governor effective September 1, 2018. Dr. Fazio-Griffith is the faculty advisor for the counseling programs Chi Sigma Iota chapter. She is the recipient of the Nell Yarborough Sibley Endowed Professorship in Human Sciences for 2020-23.
You can find Dr. Fazio-Griffith by clicking here.
Dr. Katherine Hertlein, PhD
Dr. Hertlein earned her PhD at Virginia Tech and her master's degree from Purdue University Calumet. Across her academic career, she has published over 90 articles, 40 book chapters, and 12 books in the areas of couple therapy, infidelity, sex therapy, behavioral health, and the impact of technology on couple and and family relationships. Her contributions in sex therapy promote a paradigm shift in the treatment of sexual dysfunctions in couple relationships, are considered seminal texts, and used by couple and family therapy programs widely. Her contributions in the area of technology include the development of the core competencies for behavioral health which can be applied to all of the behavioral health disciplines, and the creation of the first comprehensive framework detailing the effect of technology on relationships which has been applied cross-culturally.
Hillary Bolter, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
Hillary Bolter has been a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2011. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Addiction Therapist, and absolutely delights in helping individuals, groups, and organizations learn the essential skills of Motivational Interviewing. Hillary has worked as a helping professional for 20 years, ranging from working in wilderness therapy to community mental health, providing in-home & school based services, and as a therapist with specialties including working with anxiety, trauma, addiction, and veterans.
Ruby L. Blow, MA, LPC, NCC, BCC, CPCS, ACS,BC-TMH
Ruby Blow is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Georgia. Her current practice focus is professional development and she provides tele-supervision and tele-consultation. Her services include both group and individual modalities. She is a leader in the field of clinical supervision practice and has been in practice for 22 years. In 2012, Ruby won the Counselor Educator of the Year Award in the state of Georgia from the Professional Counselors Association. She has worked with mental health professionals in the area of clinical development from the beginning of her career. She taught for 10 years as an adjunct faculty member at Argosy University Atlanta. During her time as a clinical instructor, she led students in their practicum internships as their instructor of record. She gained experience in distance supervision leading all online sections of practicum/internship seminar. Ruby is an approved clinical supervisor and a board certified telemental health provider.
Melanie Smith, PhD, LMHC, CEDS-S
Melanie Smith, PhD, LMHC, CEDS-S, is the Director of Training for The Renfrew Center for Eating Disorders. In this role, she provides ongoing training, supervision and consultation to clinicians across disciplines for the purpose of continually assessing and improving competence in the treatment of eating disorders. Dr. Smith is co-author of The Renfrew Unified Treatment for Eating Disorders and Comorbidity Therapist Guide and Workbook (Oxford University Press), is a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist and Approved Supervisor, and is a Certified Therapist and Trainer for the Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders (UP). In addition to her work with the Renfrew Center, Dr. Smith maintains a telehealth private practice specializing in the supervision and consultation of registered mental health counselor interns (Florida) and individuals seeking eating disorder specialist certification through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp).
Francisca Mix, MA, LPC, BC-DMT, ACS
Francisca Mix is the CEO & Founder of Francisca Consulting & Counseling. She continues to support professionals and individuals to find more joy, confidence, and fulfillment in business and in life for nearly 20 years. Francisca was one of the trainers featured in The Colorado Counseling Association (CCA) Clinical Supervision Training. She consults with other leadership teams in the field supporting company programming, compliance, training development, change management, and more. In addition, Francisca was the former Clinical Director/Trainer at Noeticus Counseling Center where she supported hundreds of upcoming professionals in the mental health field for over a decade through clinical internship programming and the Approved Clinical Supervisor advanced training. Lastly, Francisca provides training/webinars for various companies on topic such as: clinical supervision, private practice building, ethics and law in mental health, marketing in mental health, and more.
You can find Francisca by clicking here
Dr. Tara Sanderson, PsyD, MBA
Dr. Sanderson is a Licensed Psychologist in Oregon, owner of a group practice, a Clinical supervisor for Residents and Associates, an entrepreneur, course creator, podcaster and an author.
As a clinician, Dr. Sanderson loves working with and talking about Anxiety, OCD, Perfectionism and burnout. As a trainer and supervisor Dr. Sanderson's heart lies in training up and empowering interns and pre-licensed folks. She teaches courses in how to start a private practice, and how to have interns in your practice and more!
Raymond Barrett, CEO, LMHC, LPC
Raymond Barrett, CEO, LMHC, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor and an expert telemental health consultant/founder of the Telehealth Certification Institute (TCI). A master trainer, Ray has released over 50 high-quality courses for thousands of clinicians and healthcare providers and trained 1,919+ organizations in telehealth.
When Ray’s first clients began asking for sessions over the phone, Ray quickly discovered a knowledge gap in telehealth training. Ray’s inspiration for TCI came from his desire for comprehensive and practical training in telemental health for both himself and fellow clinicians. Ray’s extensive review of telehealth research and literature, along with his virtual counseling, executive coaching, psychiatric assessment, and employee assistance program experience, contributed to his course design.
In a profession known for regulatory pressures, Ray emphasizes ethical telehealth delivery across the board. He continues to see a limited number of private practice clients and rigorously reviews telehealth developments to ensure his courses are up to date and meet industry-best standards.
Ray is committed to cultivating a compassionate, person-centered organization that supports clinicians, patients, and the greater healthcare community.
You can find Ray here
Dr. Rosalind Polk-Hall, EdD, LPC, CPCS
Dr. Rosalind (Dr. Roz) Polk-Hall is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Georgia. Dr. Roz is remarkably diverse in her scope of practice as she is an active therapist in her community and serves as a clinical supervisor both in private practice and with community counseling agencies in the Atlanta area. Her current practice focus with supervision is to provide professional growth and development to master level supervisees via tele-supervision and tele-consultation. Her practice is exclusive to both individual and group supervision. Dr. Roz serves as clinical supervisor in various community counseling agencies in addition to providing individual, couples, and family therapy to clients served in the community. Dr. Roz has been a therapist in the field of counseling since 1998 and a clinical supervisor since 2006. She was an adjunct professor at Argosy University, Atlanta, for eight years while pursuing her doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Supervision. Throughout her career, she has played a vital role in guiding and directing numerous supervisees towards licensure and interns working towards graduation. Dr. Roz is an approved certified professional counselor supervisor in the state of GA.
Contact Dr. Roz by clicking here
Khara Croswaite Brindle, MA, LPC, ACS
Khara is passionate about giving people aha moments that create goosebumps and catalyze powerful action. Khara began her career in community mental health and enjoys providing supervision of fellow supervisors to further develop their leadership style. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Approved Clinical Supervisor, and owner of a group private practice in Denver, Colorado. Khara is the co-founder and co-author of The Empowerment Model of Clinical Supervision and provides clinical supervision training opportunities and consultation within the mental health profession.
Shannon Heers, LPC, LMHC, CAS, ACS
Shannon Heers is an experienced therapist, clinical supervisor, and the founder of Firelight Supervision. Firelight Supervision provides clinical supervision and clinical consultation to counselors and social workers pursuing licensure, as well as post-licensure professional development. Shannon is also the owner of Catalyss Counseling, a group private practice located in Colorado. Shannon specializes in providing clinical supervision and clinical consultation to beginner to advanced therapists, and is passionate about burnout prevention in the counseling field.
Vicki Loyer (Carlson) Ph.D., LMFT, is the CEO/President of Blue Door Psychotherapy, a center for individual and family therapy services and a center for family therapy training. She is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry, and a Subject Matter Expert, Site Supervisor, and Instructor for Graduate Studies at Grand Canyon University. Using a competency focused family therapy approach to working with individuals and families, she provides equine assisted psychotherapy as an experiential therapy for greater depth. Most recently, as a result of Covid-19 restrictions, Dr. Loyer has expanded her practice and teaching in the area of delivering quality Telemental Health and has been a co-organizer of Webinars on Telemental health Ethics and Effective Therapy. Dr. Loyer is a regular contributing author to the House Calls section of the Tucson magazine Desert Leaf, has co-author of books on premarital relationships and youth-at-risk, and has been publishing and speaking in the areas of self-injury, mental illness, addiction, and family therapy for many years. Dr Loyer is an AAMFT Clinical Member, Approved Supervisor and a past president of the Arizona Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AzAMFT).
Kristin Ryan Easley, M.S., L.P.C., NCC
Kristin Ryan Easley, M.S., L.P.C., NCC, owner of Grow Deep Counseling, LLC, is a passionate, skilled licensed counselor, counselor educator, clinical supervisor, speaker/trainer, and consultant with over 25 years of experience. Kristin draws from her extensive counseling experience and expertise to deliver engaging workshops to a variety of audiences from small groups to large public and private institutions, churches, agencies, and practices both in person and online. With a gift for growing and mentoring people, Kristin delivers practical workshops and trainings in an engaging style where audiences learn applicable tools and concepts for enhanced personal knowledge and professional practice.
You can read more about Kristin Ryan Easley by clicking here
Dayna Guido, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
Dayna Guido, MSW, LCSW, ACSW is a licensed clinical social worker, supervisor, consultant, and trainer. She has a private practice specializing in providing clinical supervision, consultation, and ethics. Dayna has been providing training to professionals for over 40 years and was an Adjunct Instructor in graduate programs for 22 years. One of her favorite professional activities currently is leading supervision groups for clinical supervisors.
Dayna lives in Asheville, NC. and serves on the NASW-NC Chapter Ethics Committee. She wrote, Creative Ways to Learn Ethics, and co-authored the book, The Parental Tool Box for Parents and Clinicians. Dayna aspires to use her creative spirit supporting others in pursuit of healthy living.
You can find Dayna here.
Mary Kate Reese, PhD, LPC, CPCS
Mary Kate Reese, PhD, LPC, CPCS, is a skilled counselor, clinical supervisor, counselor educator, and consultant with over 30 years of experience. Mary Kate is currently a core faculty member at Walden University, where she is the course manager for the Supervision course in the doctoral program, which she also teaches regularly. In addition, Mary Kate periodically provides workshops on supervision and ethics for mental health professionals who are obtaining continuing education credit. Mary Kate uses an engaging style in her teaching, and does not simply lecture to a passive audience! Her students leave with knowledge and skills that can easily be applied to their professional work.