The Science of Supervision Workshop- (Virtual) August 7, 2020

The Science of Supervision Workshop- (Virtual) August 7, 2020
The Science of Supervision     
When we hear the term “evidence-based practice” we often think of direct clinical interventions, yet any service we conduct as social service professionals should be backed by science - including supervision. In this workshop we will explore the research on supervision and identify ways to apply the evidence to all types of social service supervision – including methods of supervision, components of supervision, and impacts of supervision on the client and agency.

Identify evidence-based benefits of effective supervision for workers, clients, and the social service professions
Recognize elements and types of supervision supported by the research 
Discuss the role of cultural competence in effective supervision
Identify resources available to supervisors
Stacy Simera, MSSA, LISW-S is an independently licensed social worker with supervisory designation. She works at both the micro and macro levels of social work and integrates science into her clinical practice, community advocacy, and supervision. She provides counseling at Kent Psychological Associates in Kent, is an adjunct instructor at Case Western Reserve University, facilitates programming at the Oak Clinic for Multiple Sclerosis, serves as chair of the Sleep Committee for the Ohio Adolescent Health Partnership, serves as Communications Director for the national non-profit Start School Later, and represents Region 2 for the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. Stacy was named Ohio’s 2014 Social Worker of the Year by the Ohio chapter of NASW.
August 7, 2020
8:30 am - 11:45 am

$30 Registration Fee
Virtual Training using Zoom

Particpants must use a desktop computer with camera, laptop or ipad to participate in the Zoom Meeting. 3 CEUs in supervision approved for counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists through the State of Ohio CSWMFT Board.