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Online Training – Healing Leadership: Become the Supervisor You Always Needed (Fall 2020)

December 3 - December 4 Login to Zoom.com 8:30am ; Training 8:45am-4:00pm $335, 12 CEUs Presenter: Sabrina N’Diaye, PhD, LCSW-C Zoom.com, MD + Google Map

Are you ready to deepen your service to our profession? Do you feel called to lead other clinicians? Are you curious about exploring your own growth edges as a healer, leader, and guide? Join Dr. Sabrina for 2 days of learning, practice, and imperfect progress. Through writing, self-exploration, classroom exercises and case vignettes, you will identify your clinical skills as well as your teaching strengths. This workshop will give you creative opportunities to explore your underdeveloped talents, as well as deepen your listening skills: an essential attribute for being able to provide effective supervision. You will be encouraged to establish yourself as a leader in the mental health field and be given concrete tools to help guide the next generation of helping professionals.  This workshop will give you the confidence and strategies you need to become the supervisor you always needed when you were coming up in the field.  We will more clearly define what supervision is and what it is not. We’ll process ethical dilemmas that can arise when providing supervision and how to best help therapists resolve those issues with their clients.

This material meets requirements that will enable you to be a Board Approved Supervisor for Social Workers.  If you are already a Board approved Supervisor, the workshop will give you the required 3 CEUs you need to maintain your licensure and status with the Board, plus a wealth of additional knowledge to deepen and strengthen your expertise.

Please NOTE:
  • This workshop meets the requirements for Continuing Education for Board Approved Supervisors. It will provide 12 CEU’s toward supervision licensure and include 3 hours of ethics as well.
  • Virginia social workers are eligible to take this course to use toward supervision status if they have a minimum of 2 years’ experience as an LCSW-C.
  • Ethics CEUs will be provided to established supervisors who don’t need all of the CEU’s to count towards supervision.
  • Participants must agree to both days in order to register, as Day 1 is introspective, and Day 2 is application/ethics.
State CEU Requirements for Supervision Status:
  • Maryland Social Workers: 12 CEU’s for new supervisors; 3 CEUs every two years for established supervisors
  • Maryland Professional Counselors: 18 CEU’s – NOTE: This course counts towards 12 of the required 18
  • Virginia Social Workers: 14 CEU’s, 2 of which must be ethics

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Learning Objectives

  1. Understand and explain the key elements of leadership.
  2. Expand your capacity for leading other mental health professionals.
  3. Access and develop specific skills as teachers, visionaries, and healers
  4. Learn to utilize supervision as a tool for mutual growth and development.
  5. Understand and address the ethical dilemmas that may arise in the supervisory relationship.
  6. Share and explore anonymous case studies to enhance learning.
  7. Expand your capacity for service in multiple professional settings.

Agenda

DAY ONE

8:45-9:45

  • Putting Aside the “professional mask”
  • Physiological impact of soft belly breathing
  • Checking in for self-awareness

9;45-10:30

  • Three-part drawing exercise: Me, Me and my biggest leadership challenge, Me and that challenge resolved

10:30-10:40  BREAK

10:40-11:30

  • Exploring Warrior, Visionary, Teacher and Healer

11:30-12:00

  • Listening Experiential

12:00-1:00   LUNCH

1:00-2:30

  • Healing Approaches for Leaders
  • Healing Approaches for Teachers
  • Healing Approaches for Visionaries

2:30-2:40    BREAK

2:40-3:50

  • Healing Approaches for Mental Health Healers
  • Next Day’s Plans
  • Closing Meditation

3:50-4:00

  • Evaluations

 

DAY TWO

8:45-9:30

  • Opening Meditation
  • Checking in for self-awareness
  • Processing yesterday’s content

9:30-10:30

  • What is Supervision?
  • What Supervision is not

10:30-10:40   BREAK

10:40-12:00

  • Inviting Structure- understanding your approach
  • Processing Ethical Dilemmas

12:00-1:00     LUNCH

1:00-2:30

  • Processing Vignettes and Case Studies

2:30-2:40      BREAK

2:40-3:50

  • Marketing/Ideal Supervisee
  • Brainstorming
  • Exploring next steps

3:50-4:00

  • Evaluations

 

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"This workshop was a unique and inspiring sharing of wisdom, knowledge and support for each of us a clinicians and as humans. Dr. Sabrina is an amazing presenter with an abundance of knowledge and inspiration for every one of us!" ~Jennifer Z., LCSW-C

"I truly enjoyed Dr. Sabrina and found the information she presented to be helpful..." ~Kimberly P., LCSW-C

"Wow. What better way to learn about healing leadership than by witnessing it and being healed by it throughout the workshop? I feel so much gratitude to Sabrina for modeling what healing leadership looks like, and giving so freely of her wisdom so that we may continue to share with others. I am blown away." ~Jessie P., LCSW

"Dr. Sabrina is genuine, authentic and compassionate teacher. I appreciate her ability to teach holistic wellness by sharing her knowledge and wisdom. I am grateful for her taking the time to address the importance of utilizing an integrative-approach with clients, as well as empowering clinicians to use healing practices to take care of ourselves as healers." ~Nicole O., LCSW-C

"Dr. N'Diaye brings warmth and expertise to this training. She inspires, models, and teaches effective technique within a well developed theoretical frame." ~Alice O'Donnell, LCSW-C

"I thoroughly enjoyed the informative and enlightening workshop. It is just what I needed at this phase in my career." ~Melissa M., LGPC

"Sabrina is great- very real. Great interactive activities. Looked forward to part 2. ~Terry M., LCSW-C

"I really enjoyed the case examples and breakout groups and her lived experience." ~Kimberly G., LCSW-C

"The facilitator is engaging and inspiring! She is easy to understand and teaches for every learning style!!!!" ~Talecia F., LCPC

"I enjoyed the presentation and insights. It was nice to connect more intimately with participants 1:1..." ~Mario F., LCSW-C

"Sabrina lead with her heart throughout the entire training. Powerful experience with tangible take-aways." ~Timothy E., LCSW, LICSW, LCSW-C

"Dr. Sabrina's approach to healing leadership offers inspiration and practical tools to tap into our whole selves - and thereby grow leadership that can join with and nurture the whole selves of those we supervise. Invaluable!" ~Anne E., LCSW-C, LICSW

"Healing Leadership...that will be my new tagline as I embark on my journey from school social worker to being a school administrator. This training helped me focus my view on my internal self instead of worrying so much about how others interpret my vision and passion." ~Blair C.B., LCSW-C

"This workshop was very insightful. I learned so much about how to make clinical supervision effective utilizing a holistic approach. Dr. Sabrina provided a lot of relatable information. She was real and present throughout the entire workshop.”
— Nicole Osborne, LCSW-C

"Sabrina did an incredible job presenting material and keeping us engaged.”
— Elizabeth Martinez, LCSW

"Dr. Sabrina is inspiring, calming, and full of wisdom. This was a great way to start my journey as a supervisor.”
— Jennifer Zwarich, LCSW-C

"The presenter was excellent, easy to understand and knowledgeable.”
— Talecia Frazier, LCPC

"It was everything I was hoping for and more. So much learning happened during it and so much learning will happen as I continue to reckon with the ideas she introduced to us in this training."
— Jessie Patton, LCSW

"I loved her energy and enthusiasm. Such a wealth of knowledge and wisdom! One of the best trainings I've been to yet."
— Kimberly Riopelle, LCSW-C

"This training was helpful for seasoned as well as novice supervisors. Provided the opportunity for both groups to engage and discuss their experiences to solidify learning from each other."
— Melissa Tayree Marshall, LGPC

"Being able to bear witness to Dr. Sabrina's wisdom and experiences, as well as the others in the group was most helpful. It was very nourishing to have self-care practices integrated into our time together. I think the training offers a unique approach to supervision that honors the sacredness of the experience beyond documentation and business exchanges.”
— Jaree Cottman, LCSW-C

"Sabrina as a trainer is outstanding. I loved the breakout sessions.”
—Terry Lynn Manning, LMFT

"Dr. Sabrina did a fabulous job engaging us for 12 hours. I loved the format, her knowledge, and the real-life tips and experiences to help us grow."
— Allison Pearlman Sax, LCSW-C

"Sabrina presents her heart and spirit in the training. Genuine and sincere, while grounded in theory and experience."
— Timothy Elliott, LCSW-C

"Dr. Sabrina was an amazing presenter and I will definitely take another class with her when one is offered."
— Wendy Pitts, LCSW-C

"Clear, succinct, lively, personable.”
— Kimberly Gillette, LCSW-C

"The training framed supervision as relational, ethical, and helpful as compared to simply policing and gatekeeping."
— Melissa Deaton Cook, LPC, NCC

"I loved the trainer!"
— Kim McCalpin, Psychologist