Want to become an approved LMFT-Supervisor or LPC-Supervisor? Credits available through the “Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision” course
Gordon-Conwell—Charlotte is offering “Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision,” a course that qualifies counselors to become approved supervisors. The week long certification complies with North Carolina’s LPC Supervisor requirements, and can be taken for either traditional course credit or as continuing education, affording 30 hours of the 45 required by LPC-S. This course is also approved by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) to provide the 30 Continuing Education hours for MFT Supervision courses necessary for the Approved Supervisor Designation. Therefore, MFTs may also take the course for 30 hours of CEU credit.
This course provides an overview of the theory, research and practice of clinical supervision, and teaches the fundamentals of clinical supervision. Open to both students and counselors, it is designed to meet the instructional guidelines for marital and family therapy (MFT) supervision, AAPC and CPSP Diplomate, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS), and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor (LMFTS). It does that through the interplay of three modalities of active learning: didactic presentation, reflective interaction, and the supervised experience of actual supervisory practice. Some assignments will be specific to the type supervisory credential the student is seeking.
When: July 9-13, 2012; Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.; 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Cost: Students receiving graduate credit on their transcript will pay regular tuition rates for this course.
Those enrolling for the 30 hour CE course will pay as follows:
- $795 (if registered and paid on or before July 1, 2012)
- $875 (if registered and paid after July 1, 2012)
- One-day registrations will be available for $175 per day.
Contact: Gordon-Conwell—Charlotte’s Counseling Office at (704) 527-9909 or email@example.com.
For North Carolina LPC-S credentialing, this course provides 30 CE hrs toward the 45 hrs required for the LPCS. Alternatively, those seeking the LPC-S licensure may choose to enroll as a special student at GCTS and receive 3 transcripted graduate credits by taking this as a regular graduate school course.