Supervision of Graduate Clinical Interns
Friday, November 10, 2023
12:00-3:15pm (EST) 10:00am-1:15 (MT)
Live Virtual Workshop
This workshop will consider the management and administration of the clinical practice of clinical interns, including organizational processes and procedures for record keeping; policies and procedures for handling emergencies, electronic service delivery (email, text, phone) and reporting of abuse; and management of problem situations including “coaching up”, corrective action plans and termination.
The participant will understand ethical considerations for clinical documentation.
The participant will learn how to help supervisees write conceptually driven clinical documentation.
The participant will learn policies and procedures useful in directing supervisees for crisis management.
The participant will understand the uses of coaching process, corrective action plans and employee termination process.
The participant will understand the role of formative and summative evaluations in corrective action and internship termination.
Shelly Baxter, MA, LPCC-S, completed her Master of Art in Agency and Community Counseling in 2004 from Xavier University. She is an independently licensed Supervising Professional Clinical Counselor. Mrs. Baxter served as the Associate Behavioral Health Division Officer and supervised the services provided at a facility in Brown County and Hamilton County as well as services provided to several school districts in Hamilton County. She also supervised the integrated health services occurring with Healthsource Georgetown, Wolves Wellness Center in West Clermont School District and Healthsource Loveland. In addition to providing clinical supervision and administrative oversight Mrs. Baxter has been a member of the Clermont County Crisis Response Team for over 20 years and created a Crisis Response team in Brown County, Ohio. She has worked on the Clermont and Brown County Crisis hotline since 2003. Mrs. Baxter is also an adjunct professor at Xavier University and provides clinical supervision to students at Waybridge Counseling. Her areas of competences include Child and Adolescent counseling, family counseling, mental health counseling, Crisis Counseling, Consultation, Supervision, Administration, as well as Independent Diagnoses and treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders.
Continuing Education Credit
Waybridge Counseling will be providing 3 continuing educations credits for counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists (these will count as supervision).
Waybridge is a Continuing Education Provider for the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker & Marriage and Family Therapy Board.
Continuing Education offered for counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists:
This program meets the expectations of Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners as outlined in the Arizona Administrative Code R-46-802 as defined as "activities sponsored or approved by national, regional, or state professional associations or organizations in the specialties of marriage and family therapy, professional counseling, and social work".