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Mirror in Mirror Supervision Course - 45 Hour
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/21/2018 to 10/13/2018
When: Part I & II Sept Fri 21 Sat 22 and Part III & IV Oct Fri 12 Sat 13
8:30 AM
Where: Wake Forest Baptist Health Davie Medical Center
313 NC Hwy 801 North
Bermuda Run, North Carolina  27006
United States
Presenter: Shirley B. Huffman, PhD, NCC, LPCS and Margaret Davis, MA, LPCS, RPT-S
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Online registration is available until: 9/19/2018
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Mirror in Mirror Supervision Course - 45 Hour


September 21-22, 2018:  Part I & II (Fri/Sat)

October 12-13, 2018: Part III & IV (Fri/Sat)

 

Registration

Early Bird rate is good until August 17, 2018!

Registration ends on Wednesday, September 19, 2018!

If there are fewer than 10 participants by September 3, 2018 the workshop will not “make.” 

 

Cost

LPCANC members $1000.00; non-members $1500.00 Join LPCANC and SAVE a bundle!

Lunch is provided each day.

 

Payments

LPCANC Members and Event attendees will make installment payments. The initial deposit is 50% of the total cost required to register.

The FINAL PAYMENT will be charged to your credit card approximately 30 days prior to the event.

 

Limited enrollment

A total of 16 seats are made available.  Because of the developmental nature of this 4-day workshop, participants must commit to all four sessions; no partial credit is given for this class. Please reserve your space in this workshop today! Please note that a waiting list will open if the course fills up. 

 

Location:

 Wake Forest Baptist Health Davie Medical Center – 313 NC Hwy 801 North / Bermuda Run, NC 27006). 4th Floor Plaza Building # I (Conference Room). Please note the phone number: (336)-998-1025, in case you need help finding the place!

 

Supervision Course

The workshop offers in-depth coverage of feedback delivery, supervision models, intentionality, ethical and legal implications, multicultural/diversity issues, goal setting, supervision methods and techniques, assessment, contrast between group and individual supervision, self-assessment, group process, termination and thorough supervised practice of supervision skills.

Between the first Friday-Saturday session and the second, participants will prepare a presentation on multicultural/diversity issues in supervision.  A list of pertinent topics will be discussed the first day.  For maximum coverage of the multicultural topic, the group will make selections in such a way that duplication is not an issue.

Participants will also create and present a video of either an actual supervision session or with someone acting as a supervision client. (Video release required.)  An eight-minute section of the workshop participant's choice will be reviewed during intense applied individual and group workshop supervision. This assignment will be discussed thoroughly in the first session.

In addition, participants will receive, via email, feedback and consultation after completion of the workshop if there is a need.

The aim of the 45-hour experiential training is to ensure participants learn by doing.  The group is expected to experience actual supervision of others and to also receive supervision.  Too, group discussion and input are expected.

Once registration is complete, the presenter will contact participants with final workshop details via email and get answers to any questions.

Please NoteThis class is an advanced practitioner's course and requires at least 3 years of counseling experience. 

 

Presenters

Shirley B. Huffman, PhD, NCC, LPCS, CCMHC, ACS, BC-TMH and RN


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and have been with Cornerstone Counseling Center, a Christian non-profit counseling, educational, and training center for more than 18 years. I am a therapist and Director of Clinical Services. I have been an adjunct faculty member in the counseling program at Lenoir-Rhyne University since resigning my full-time position in 2002. I have been a professional counselor for almost 30 years and enjoy working with couples and families, as well as with women across the lifespan. I also love supervising and consulting, as well as teaching and training. I work with Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Eating Disorders, marriage and family issues, and a spectrum of developmental issues for women across the lifespan. I have been a part of training counselors to be supervisors for many years and co-authored the LPCANC supervision training manual with Dr. Dwaine Phifer. I have been married for 58 years to my dear husband; have three daughters, three sons-in-law, six terrific grandchildren, a very wise cat and an adorable Labradoodle. I enjoy cooking, gardening and just being with family and friends. I am an elder and Sunday school teacher at Corinth Reformed Church in Hickory N.C.

 

Margaret Davis, MA, LPCS, RPT-S

Self-taught as an artist for many years, I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from Salem College (2000) following a 23 year career in the corporate world. I received a Master of Arts degree in Community and Agency counseling from Lenoir-Rhyne College in 2004. I am a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor through the American Association of Play Therapists (2012). I have completed the apprenticeship training and have been approved by LPCANC to teach the 45-Hour Mirror in Mirror in Mirror (MMM) Experiential Supervision Training and Skills Building series (2017). I am also certified in the Open Studio Process (OSP) as a trainer/facilitator (2013) and integrate this process with other interventions and modalities, including art, music, drama, play and sandtray therapy with individuals, families, groups; as well as LPC candidates and interns interested in exploring cases utilizing the creative process to gain insight into client issues.

I am the founder and director of Morning Light Counseling & Creative Center, located in Advance, NC, since 2006. Although I provide counseling with all age populations, I have a special interest in working with children, adolescents and families. I enjoy all aspects of clinical supervision and play therapy supervision. I work with adjustment/developmental transitions, attachment issues, anxiety and mood disorders, learning differences, eating disorders, family/marital, grief/loss, trauma, spirituality/meaning of life issues, career transitions, creativity/personal growth, creative blocks, and the art of aging gracefully.

Aside from my academic experience I have spent more than 30 years working with children, adolescents, and adults as a Christian lay educator in a variety of settings, which gives me a rich understanding of the human experience. My diverse background allows me to integrate creativity with counseling theory and practice to provide services to a diverse population. I have been married for 56 years; have one son, an adopted nephew and wife, and a precious grandson. Being raised close to the rhythms of nature on a small farm in rural Davie County, I enjoy spending quality time at the Homeplace today; gardening, creating outdoor art, and skipping rocks across the creek with our grandson!

We look forward to co-creating the counselor-supervision process with you!

 

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations received before August 21- Full refund less $50 administrative fee.

Cancellations received between August 21 and September 20 - 75% refund of registration fee plus $50 administrative fee.

Cancellations received September 21 and after - no refund.

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