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45-Hour Mirror in Mirror Supervision Course-Fayetteville
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LPCANC Members $1000; Non-Members, $1500. New in 2017: Early Bird Discount! Register by January 20 and save $50! This Workshop will be held on four dates, Feb 17-18 and March 10-11 (Friday & Saturday) and you must attend all four days. This will fulfill the 45-hour educational requirement to become licensed as a Supervisor in NC.

3/10/2017 to 3/11/2017
When: Mar 10-11
8:30 AM
Where: Fayetteville or Raleigh Area (TBD)
TBD, North Carolina 
United States
Presenter: J. Dwaine Phifer, PhD, LPCS, CCMHC, ACS, NCC, NCSC
Contact: Glenna Thurston

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45-Hour Supervision Series

Location in Fayetteville to be determined

Back-up location will be Raleigh

February 17-18, 2017:  Part I & II (Fri/Sat)

March 10 - 11, 2017: Part III & IV (Fri/Sat)

Early Bird rate is good until January 20!

Registration cut-off: Registration ends on Wednesday, February 15!

If there are fewer than 10 participants by February 1, 2017  the workshop will not “make.” 

Cost:  LPCANC members $1000.00; non members $1500.00 (Join LPCANC and SAVE a bundle!)

NEW:  Lunch will be included each day.

PAYMENTS: LPCANC Members may make installment payments; initial deposit of 50% is required to register. The FINAL PAYMENT will be charged to your credit card on February 5, 2017.

Limited enrollment:  16 maximum.  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!  It will fill up!

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 PowerPoint presentation (maximum 8 slides) on multicultural/diversity issues in supervision.  A list of pertinent topics will be discussed the first day.  For maximum coverage of the multi/cultural 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 their is a need.

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

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

Please Note: This class is an advanced practitioner's course, and requires at least 3 years of counseling experience. 

Cancellation Policy: If cancelled before February 5, a full refund of the amount paid will be issued. If cancelled on or after Feb 5, a full refund minus $25 administration fee will be issued. Cancellations received after February 15 will receive a 75% refund of the amount paid, or can transfer the funds (minus $25 admin fee) to the next supervision training.

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