CEU Workshop Presenter

Cheryl Warner

CHERYL WARNER, Ph.d.

Associate Professor of Psychology & Director, Mental Health Counseling Program
Division of Science
CC Room 137

PHONE: 812.348.7383
FAX: 812.348.7370
E-MAIL: warnerch@iupuc.edu

Biographical Statement

I joined IUPUC’s faculty in August 2012 as the founding director of our new mental health counseling program. I have taught in counselor education since 2002 and was staff psychologist and clinical supervisor at a university counseling center prior to my academic appointments. My professional interest focuses on multicultural education and training with specific emphasis in development of cultural competence, cultural identity development, and social justice, which are reflected in my scholarship, teaching, and service. Clinically, I am a “generalist” and my clinical experiences include individual, couples, and group counseling from pre-adolescents to senior adults. I have worked in community mental health, university counseling center, and private practice.

  

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Title: Common Elements: An inter-professional approach to best practice of multicultural clinical supervision for healthcare professionals

Description: This FREE workshop presents the “common elements” of effective multicultural clinical supervision across healthcare professions. This full-day workshop combines didactic information useful for novice and veteran clinical supervisors and preceptors and for those interested in adding “supervisor” into their professional role. This workshop will capitalize on attendees’ experiences to illustrate the application of scholarship to practice. 

Rationale: Clinical supervision is a vital training component for healthcare professionals. Many healthcare professionals experienced some form of supervised experience from veteran professionals, however, less receive training in providing clinical supervision, specifically how to integrate cultural variables into clinical supervision. Without training in supervision, healthcare professionals tend to rely on their own experiences to guide them through the supervision process. The researcher literature distinguishes between clinical competence and supervision competence, yet, the availability of supervision training is limited by disciplines. The literature also highlights the positive impact of multicultural supervision on the supervisory relationship. This workshop presents the best practices of multicultural supervision in an interdisciplinary environment.

Attendees: Clinical supervisors, preceptors, and professionals interested in providing clinical supervision

 Learning Objectives:

  1. Define multicultural supervision
  2. Distinguish between clinical competence and supervisory competence
  3. Review developmental and ecological models of supervision
  4. Identify supervisor characteristics and tasks
  5. Construct supervisory philosophy

 Credits: 6 CEUs

 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Date: Friday, May 19, 2017

Location: 

IUPUC
Room CC 170
4601 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203

Registration: Notify Kevin McCracken (812-348-7302) if you plan to attend.

Cost: FREE!

Parking: You may downlaod and print this temporary parking permit. With the permit dispalyed on your dashbord, you may park in spaces marked ST. Please review the Campus Map for guidance on where to park. It is best to use Entrance #3 on the north end of the building. Room CC170 will be the first door on your right after entering the building.

Contact, Address and Additional Links

IUPUC

4601 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203

Phone: 812.348.7311

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