Clinical Supervision Program

Individual, group, and/or paired supervision of family and couple therapy to develop skills and meet state licensure requirements

Clinical Supervision Program

This program, offering paired, individual or group supervision by AAMFT-Approved supervisors,licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed psychologists, licensed professional counselors and licensed clinical social workers, is open to those professionals wanting family or couple therapy supervision for clinical growth and licensure. Supervision can be conducted in person or through the use of Skype. Supervision methods include use of DVD treatment sessions, one-way mirror case consultation, and/or case discussion. Times for supervision are arranged at trainees’ convenience. Trainees discuss their cases or review their DVDs to highlight assessment/treatment issues and therapists’ use of self.

The Art of Clinical Supervision

Ann Itzkowitz, M. A., LMFT, June 2, 2017 9:00 am to 4:30 pm $150 6CE Advanced Level
Clinical supervision is the backbone for training competent psychotherapists. This workshop is a comprehensive didactic/interactive look at clinical supervision. It covers the definition and scope of supervisory process, ethical/legal issues, modalities of supervision, and culture, gender and socioeconomic factors that impact clinical and supervisory work. It includes following the course of developmentof the therapist, of the supervisor and of their relationship. It will also address the "business" of supervision, contracts, evaluations, the particulars of working out a supervisory relationship and the
responsibility it entails. Participants may bring in dilemmas they have experienced as illustrative of the supervisory principles being discussed

Educational Objectives:
1) Describe the definition and scope of the supervisory process, including the development of the supervisee/supervisor relationship;
2) Recognize the ethical/legal and the cultural, socio-economic and  gender issues that impact clinical and supervisory work;
3) Clarify the business of supervision including contracts, evaluations, limits of responsibility to the patient(s), to the supervision and to the professional field.

Distance Education

For those unable to travel to the Philadelphia area for training

We have trained mental-health and health-care professionals throughout the United States, Canada, Central America, South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and Israel. Some of our training services can be individualized and offered in a distance education format (composed either of correspondence courses or clinical case consultation) using education materials via various telecommunication methods, including, but not limited to, telephone and skype. On-site workshops are also available by our traveling faculty.