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The LPCANC 45-hour Mirror in Mirror in Mirror training is a one-of-a-kind experiential training that is well worth the cost!
The workshop offers in-depth coverage of feedback delivery, supervision models, intentionality, ethical and legal implications, multicultural/diversity issues, goal setting, supervision methods and techniques, assessment, contrast between group and individual supervision, self-assessment, group process, termination and thorough supervised practice of supervision skills.
Between the first Friday-Saturday session and the second, participants will prepare a PowerPoint presentation (maximum 8 slides) on multicultural/diversity issues in supervision. A list of pertinent topics will be discussed the first day. For maximum coverage of the multi/cultural topic, the group will make selections in such a way that duplication is not an issue.
Participants will also create and present a video of either an actual supervision session or with someone acting as a supervision client. (Video release required.) An eight-minute section of the workshop participant's choice will be reviewed during intense applied individual and group workshop supervision. This assignment will be discussed thoroughly in the first session.
In addition, participants will receive, via email, feedback and consultation after completion of the workshop if there is a need.
The aim of the 45-hour experiential training is to ensure participants learn by actually doing. The group is expected to experience actual supervision of others and to also receive supervision. Too, group discussion and input is expected.
Once registration is complete, the presenter will contact participants with final workshop details via email and get answers to any questions.
Please Note: This class is an advanced practitioner's course. The NCBLPC requirement to apply for the LPCS is at least 5 years full-time licensed professional counseling experience with 2,500 direct client contact hours. This includes counseling hours as a LPCA and LPC. To participate in this class, you should have minimum 4-years of counseling experience, so you are within 1 year of meeting this requirement.
All sessions must have a minimum of 6 registrants 20 days prior to the start date for the workshop to “make.”
Cost for all sessions: LPCANC members $1000.00; non members $1500.00 (Join LPCANC and SAVE a bundle!) New for 2017: Early Bird Discount of $50!
Lunch will be included each day.
PAYMENTS: Payments may be made in installments, with an initial deposit of 50% at registration.The FINAL PAYMENT will be charged to your credit card two weeks prior to the start of the class.
Limited enrollment: 16 maximum. Because of the developmental nature of this 4-day workshop, participants must commit to all four sessions; no partial credit is given for this class. Please reserve your space in this workshop today! It will fill up!
Cancellation Policy: If cancelled before xx, a full refund of the amount paid will be issued. If cancelled on or after that date, a full refund minus $25 administration fee will be issued, or 100% credit towards future training will be issued. Cancellations after [2 days prior] will receive credit only for 75% of the amount paid towards a future training.
J. Dwaine Phifer, PhD, LPCS, CCMHC, ACS, NCC, NCSC: The co-creator of Mirror in Mirror in Mirror Supervision, Dwaine received his Bachelor's and Masters in Biology and his Masters and Doctorate was spent in agency counseling with cognate in child and family development. He has forty-five years mental health experience, in all types of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, private practice, schools. He has also been an exam writing committee member for the National Certified Mental Health Counselor Exam, the National Certified School Counselor Exam and the National Certified Counselor Exam. He is a past Treasurer and Secretary for LPCANC. Dwaine co-authored along with Shirley Huffman: Experiential Supervision Training and Skills Building (2010).
Shirley Huffman, PhD, LPCS: The other co-creator of the Mirror in Mirror in Mirror (MMM) Supervision Training, Shirley received a Master’s Degree in Community and Agency Counseling in 1989 from Appalachian State University, obtaining two areas of emphasis: marriage and family counseling and addictions counseling. She received her Ph.D. in 1999 in Counseling and Educational Development from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Shirley was a full-time faculty member with Lenoir-Rhyne until her resignation in December of 2003 to take a full-time position with Cornerstone. She enjoys working with families, couples, and individuals, as well as supervising counseling interns and LPCAs.
Shirley has worked with Cornerstone, a non-profit counseling center, for more than 15 years, where she is the Director of Clinical Services. She is also an adjunct faculty member in the counseling program at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C. Shirley has been a counselor educator for 15 years, a professional counselor for 26 years, and an RN for more than 40 years.
Melissa Brinson, LPCS:
Clinton Williams, LPCS:
Rodney E. Harris, PhD, LPCS, NCC, ACS, DCC, BCC: Rodney has numerous years of counseling, supervising and consulting experience. He has also completed the training requirements and been endorsed to teach the supervision series “Mirror-in-Mirror” by Dr. Shirley Huffman and Dr. Dwaine Phifer. They received the 2012 President’s Award for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Clinical Supervision.
Lili Sznaidman, MS, LPCS: Lili Sznaidman received her Master’s of Science degree in Counseling from the Department of Counseling & Educational Development at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1996. She was consequently invited and served on the departmental faculty Advisory Board for five years. She holds credentials as a National Certified Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, Approved Clinical Supervisor, and as a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS).
She has trained in Clinical Supervision and became a Trainer of the Mirror-In-the-Mirror model under the instruction of the model’s creators, Drs Dwaine Phifer, and Shirley Huffman in 2010. Since then, she has provided condensed versions of the trainings to LPC advanced supervisors seeking continuing education hours in clinical supervision for licensure renewal. Lili has also conducted several clinical supervision workshops in a 3-hour curriculum she developed, focusing on a relational psychodynamic model of clinical supervision.
Lili has worked in the field for over seventeen years providing mental health services in English and in Spanish in a variety of settings, including a domestic violence program, a non-profit mental health clinic, providing school-based adolescent groups, and in private practice for over seven years. She has provided clinical supervision and consultation throughout the years, to Master’s in Counseling student Interns, LPC candidates, and to fully licensed mental health colleagues.
Lili served on the Board of Directors of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina (LPCANC) for five years in several capacities, including as its President in 2011.