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Fostering Clinical Confidence in Your Supervisees

Enrollment in the Online Self-Study coming soon

Many clinical supervisors lack hands-on techniques for supporting supervisee confidence. There is a lot of research about clinical competence in therapists but less about clinical confidence. This course examines the impact that clinical supervisors can have on developing and fostering confidence in your supervisees.

The ideal audience for this course is clinical supervisors at all levels who are looking for strategies to help supervisees develop clinical confidence, which will support their competence. Clinical supervisors who work in agency and private practice settings can expect to walk away with a deeper knowledge of their own clinical confidence, new ways to conceptualize therapist confidence, and practical ways to implement this knowledge in clinical supervision. Combining theory, research, and practical application, this course will improve your clinical supervision skills so you can better support your supervisees.

 Learning Objectives:

  • List the 7 foundations of therapist clinical confidence

  • Define the clinical supervisor’s roles in instilling clinical confidence in supervisees

  • Demonstrate practical strategies for improving supervisee confidence

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Shannon Heers

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.