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Clinical Supervision from a Telemental Health and Cultural Perspective

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Clinical Supervision from a Telemental Health and Cultural Perspective

6 core continuing education hours

(including 3 TeleMental Health Supervision continuing education hours)

 

Presented by Lucy R. Cannon, EdD, LCSW, CCDP-D and Evelyn E. Harris, MSW, LCSW, SCPM

 

Thursday, October 19, 2017

9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel & Conference Center

500 Powder Springs Street, Marietta, GA  30064-3523

 

The purpose of social work supervision in health care settings is to enhance the professional skills and knowledge of a supervisee to increase competencies in providing quality services to clients and families. Supervision facilitates professional growth and development and improves clinical outcomes.” (National Association of Social Workers & Association of Social Work Boards, 2013, pp40). It is imperative that licensed clinical Social Work Supervisors have the knowledge base and experience to meet the needs of supervisees in the workplace. This workshop will focus on definitions of supervision and types of supervision, telemental health laws and competencies for supervisors according to the Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists, and other federal and state regulations (e.g. HIPAA laws, and etc.).  Supervisors will learn specific duties and responsibilities that are necessary to implement and practice when supervising their staff from a telemental health perspective. To learn key cultural competencies according to NASW and how these competencies impact supervisors and supervisees in the workplace.  Cultural implications from a race and cultural differences perspective will also be addressed in this training. Participants will learn how ethics and telemental health impact the supervision process. Experiential case vignettes and video clips will be utilized to demonstrate supervisory roles and responsibilities from a telemental health and cultural competencies perspective throughout this presentation.

 

Dr. Lucy Roberts-Cannon, LCSW, CCDP-D is CEO/Owner of LEJ Behavioral Health Services, LLC (Consulting and Training).  She serves as a Consultant for the Department of the Navy Reserve as a national trainer for various organizations in Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, and the United States Navy Reserve, Southeastern Region. She currently serves as Vice President of the Georgia School of Addiction Studies Board and is a member of the Southeastern Institute for Chemical Dependency Board of Directors. Licensed in Georgia and Alabama, she also has a Co-Occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomat Certification (CCDP-D).

 

Evelyn E. Harris, MSW, LCSW, SCPM, is the Director of Settlement Coordination and Hospital System Quality Management for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) for the State of Georgia. She currently directs the coordination of DBHDD’s ADA Settlement Agreement Extension with the Department of Justice. Prior to this position, she served as the Project Manager and successfully achieved compliance with DBHDD’s 5-year CRIPA Settlement Agreement with the Department of Justice (DOJ). She earned her MSW from the University of Georgia.  She has 25 plus years of experience in clinical social work, primarily in the field of mental health and developmental disabilities both in private and public sectors.

 

NASW Members $115 l NASW Retired Members $110 l NASW Student Members $100 l Nonmembers $155

 

Registration is from 8:30 – 9:00 AM; Workshop begins at 9:00 AM

Pre-registration is required to guarantee lunch

 

Refund Policy:     Cancellations received after September 16 will result in a $55 administrative charge

Cancellations received after September 30 will result in a $65 administrative charge

 

Please Note: A $40 administrative fee charged for returned checks

 

Please Note: NASW Georgia Chapter is not responsible for personal possessions of attendees during a conference, workshop, training or other Chapter hosted events.

 

 

Please note: Continuing education programs approved by NASW Georgia Chapter meet social work continuing education requirements of the Georgia Composite Board for social workers licensed in Georgia (see Chapter 135.9 Continuing Education, http://rules.sos.ga.gov/gac/135-9).

 

Social workers and others licensed/certified in another professional discipline and/or state should check with their licensure/certification/regulatory entity to determine if the above program meets their continuing education needs.