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10-Hour Supervision Renewal Course

Friday, May 6, 2016

8:00am - 5:00pm

South University, High Point, NC

Presenter J. Dwaine Phifer, PhD, LPCS, ACS, CCMHC, NCC, NCSC


Cost: $250 LPCANC Members, $400 non-members


Location: South University, 3975 Premier Drive, High Point 27265 (I40/Hwy 68 Airport/High Point Rd exit). There are a number of motels located close to I40 on High Point Rd.


This training is specifically designed for LPCS who need quality, personal/professional growth-promoting and useful skill development.

If you are a LPCS and need to renew this year, this 10-hour workshop fulfills the requirement for your license renewal.


Limited to 16 attendees

Homework:

Each participant will video a role-play session with someone who is NOT a supervisee.  A colleague or family member must is usual the best option.  S/he will sign an video release agreement.  You will coach the volunteer how to "act as a supervisee", prior to the video, about a specific developmental time period in the supervisory relationship (i.e., Initial interview, 1/4, 1/2, or 3/4s the way through the 2-year LPCA supervision period.)  The video should be on a thumb-drive that is compatible with Windows.  The sound should be strong/clear enough that typical computer volume controls can either boost or decrease the sound adequately.  The "supervisor" and "supervisee" must be seated so that the workshop group can observe both parties.

Homework 1) Each participant will present about a 5-min section of her/his video, preferably one that the workshop participant feels is noteworthy or is troublesome for any given reason.  The "supervisor" in the video will be given  5- mins of feedback by the rest of the workshop members using the Huffman/Phifer "mirror-in-the-mirror"  carefully structured feedback format.  This assignment assures all participants get substantial, professional, safe, and useful feedback about their supervision skills.  The main goal of this assignment is personal/professional awareness, growth and development.

Homework 2)  Each participant will explore personality typing through free online "tests".  Suggested websites will be offered.  Participants must "type" themselves using both a 16 personality-type system based in Jungian psychological theory (e.g., Kiersey types, Myers-Briggs types) and a second personality typing system, the Enneagram, consisting of nine core possibilities.  Each participant will construct a brief PowerPoint (six slide limit!) detailing how his/her personal type awareness can/will shape the supervisory relationship and, in turn, influence awareness of multicultural/diversity issues, a powerful component in all supervisor/supervisee/client interaction.

Homework 3) Each participant will construct a brief PowerPoint (eight slide limit!) outlining one's attitude/opinion/ethical concerns of  the pros/cons of distance supervision via the Internet and how comfortable s/he is with the concept.  This is to be a self-reflection PP -- not a description of distance supervision.  Explore how one's personality type (one of 16 and one of 9) shapes a pro/con approach to distance supervision.

Continuing Education Credits: 9 direct contact CEU + 1 CEU hours' credit for the "homework"

 


Presenter Bio: J. Dwaine Phifer, PhD, LPCS, ACS, CCMHC, 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).


Logistics: Lunch is included in your registration fee but breaks, morning coffee or water are not included. There are vending machines onsite and you can bring your own water and/or coffee with you. 

Lunch will be ordered in, and it will be a working lunch, due to the amount of material to be covered.

Bring your laptop or other electronics but come prepared with your own extension cords or outlet extenders.


Cancellation Policy: If cancelled before April 6, a full refund of the amount paid will be issued. If cancelled on or after April 6, but before April 26, a full refund minus $75 administration fee will be issued, or 100% credit towards future training will be issued. Cancellations after April 26 will receive credit only for 75% of the amount paid (no refunds after April 26).

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