Clinical Supervision in the Addiction Profession, Part Two: Using Technology for Clinical Supervision
A Recorded Webinar
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Recorded on November 8, 2019
Technology is quickly becoming one of the biggest assets to our clinical practices. It is now widely accepted as an ethical, evidence-based method of providing clinical services, particularly in rural areas. This session will describe how technology can also be used to provide clinical supervision. Ensuring our workforce is competent and skilled is one of the best ways we can help our clients; this course will provide the foundational tools needed to use technology for clinical supervision.
Malcolm Horn, PhD, LCSW, MAC, SAP, began working with addictions in 2006 when she started at Rimrock as an inpatient counselor and later as the Clinical Supervisor of the Inpatient Program. Currently, she coordinates the continuing education for licensed staff, coordinates the internship program, and provides clinical supervision for counselors working on advanced licensure. She provides educational lectures and workshops to patients and community members and carries a co-occurring caseload. She is an LCSW and is licensed by the state of Montana as an Addiction Counselor. She also has accreditation from NAADAC as a MAC and SAP. She is the Immediate Past-President of the Montana Association of Drug and Alcohol Counselors, the NAADAC Northwest Regional Vice President, and the President of the Montana Chapter of NASW. She also teaches two courses at Montana State University-Billings. She recently received her Doctorate degree in psychology with a teaching emphasis from Walden University.
- Participants will learn how they can use technology to facilitate clinical supervision.
- Participants will learn fundamental ethical factors to keep in mind when engaging in supervision via technology.
- Participants will have the foundational tools to conduct tele-supervision.
Receive 1 CEs for $25.
Earn 1 Continuing Education Hour (CE)
A Certificate of Completion for 1 CE is available by participating in this specialty online training and passing an online CE quiz. Those who successfully complete the full series and pass all six CE quizzes for this six-part series will be eligible to apply for the Certificate of Achievement for Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders & SUD.
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This webinar is NOT eligible for ASWB ACE CE hours or NASW CE hours.
Who Should Attend
Addiction professionals, employee assistance professionals, social workers, mental health counselors, professional counselors, psychologists, and other helping professionals that are interested in learning about addiction-related matters.
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