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The Four Most Common Supervisory Mistakes And How to Overcome Them

  • Friday, March 05, 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Online ZOOM
  • 2


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Presenter: Robert Taibbi

Category 1 | 2 CEUs 

As a clinical supervisor you need to ensure quality service while helping clinicians develop their skills and style. To do this you can’t afford to be the same supervisor at Day 1 that you need to be at Day 100 or your supervisees will either stop learning or leave you behind. In this workshop we’ll discuss the 4 most common supervisory mistakes – focusing on the client rather than the clinician, ignoring the parallel process, spoonfeeding, and having unclear supervisory goals – and how to avoid them. We’ll also map out the characteristics, goals, tasks and dangers of each of the 4 stages of clinical development, and understand the 3 anxiety coping styles. You’ll learn how help clinicians develop their own unique style and gain insight into your own.

Workshop Objectives:

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Define spoonfeeding
  2. Identify the 4 stages of clinical development
  3. Describe 4 techniques for changing the emotional climate
  4. Describe the 5 common leadership styles

    About the Presenter: 

    Robert Taibbi is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 46-years of experience primarily in community mental health working with children, couples, and families as a clinician, supervisor, and clinical director.

    He is the author of 11 books in the areas of anxiety, family and couple therapy, brief therapy, clinical supervision, including Clinical Social Work Supervision: Process & Practice as well as over 300 magazine and journal articles. He also writes an online column for Psychology Today entitled Fixing Families that has received over 12 million hits.

    In addition, Robert provides training both nationally and internationally in couple therapy, family therapy, brief therapy, and clinical supervision. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and the University of South Carolina and has served as an adjunct professor at several universities. He is currently in private practice in Charlottesville, VA.
    PO Box 711 | Garrisonville, VA  22463 | 202-478-7638 |

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