Ensure Quality Services While Helping Others Develop Their Skills & Style
This webinar on clinical supervision addresses the need to ensure quality services while helping others develop their skills and style. We'll cover the four most common supervisory mistakes (focusing on the client rather than the clinician, ignoring the parallel process, spoon-feeding, 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 four stages of clinical development, and understand the three anxiety coping styles. Learn how to help those you supervise, while also gaining important insight into where you are in your professional journey.
Robert Taibbi, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 40 years' experience primarily in community mental health working with couples and families as a clinician, supervisor and clinical director. Bob is the author of Clinical Supervision: A Four– Stage Process of Growth and Discovery and Clinical Social Work Supervision.
Bob is the author of four other books: Doing Couples Therapy: Craft and Creativity in Work with Intimate Partners; Doing Family Therapy: Craft and Creativity in Clinical Practice, now in its 3rd edition and recently translated into Chinese and Portuguese; Boot Camp Therapy: Action–Oriented Brief Treatment of Anxiety, Anger & Depression, and the forthcoming The Art of the First Session.
Bob is also an online columnist for Psychotherapy Today magazine, has published over 300 magazine and journal articles, and has contributed several book chapters including Favorite Counseling Techniques: 55 Masters Share Their Secrets, which cited him among the top 100 therapists in the country. He served as teen advice columnist for Current Health, a contributing editor to Your Health and Fitness, and has received three national writing awards for Best Consumer Health Writing.
Bob is a graduate of Rutgers University and the University of South Carolina, and has served as adjunct professor at several universities. He provides trainings nationally and internationally in the areas of supervision, couple therapy, family therapy, and brief therapy. He is currently in private practice in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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