Roundtable Discussions: Clinical Supervision Conference

Thursday, June 15, 2017, 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Ballroom, Ruth S. Harley University Center

Co-Chairs: Michael V. Ellis, Ph.D. & Englann J. Taylor, B.A., University at Albany

Session 1: 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.

  1. Clinical Supervision: Where Attitude-and-Value Competencies, Inspiration, and Curiosity Converge
    Facilitators: Craig Gonsalvez, Ph.D., Western Sydney University, and C. Edward Watkins, Jr., Ph.D., University of North Texas
  2. Withholding Information in Supervision: A Look Inside Supervisee Decision Making
    Facilitator: Ryan Cook, Ph.D., & Laura Welfare, Virginia Tech
  3. The Empirical Basis of Claims to the Outcomes of Clinical Supervision
    Facilitators: Edward White, Ph.D., University of New South Wales
  4. Dealing with Obstacles Between Workers and Supervisors
    Facilitator: Alex Gitterman, MSW, Ed.D., University of Connecticut
  5. Legal and Ethical Choices: Case Illustrations Balance Right and Wrong
    Facilitators: Tony D. Crespi, Ed.D., A.B.P.P., & Mackenzie McNamara, M.S., University of Hartford; University at Albany SUNY
  6. Talking Out of Both Sides of Your Mouth: Ambivalence about Constructive Feedback in Clinical Supervision
    Facilitator: Amanda Tyson-Ryba, Ph.D., & Janet L. Muse-Burke, Ph.D., University at Buffalo; Marywood University
  7. Coping with the Burden of Responsibility in the Supervisory Space- Do Supervision Theories, Models and Ethical Guidelines Really Help?
    Facilitator: Rita Golver, Ph.D., Dublin City University
  8. University and Site Supervision Practices: How Complementary They Should Be?
    Facilitators: Gulsah Kemer, Ph.D., Chi Li, and Zahide Sunal, Old Dominion University
  9. Harmful Supervision: Detection, Restoration, and Prevention
    Facilitators: Michael V. Ellis, Ph.D., University at Albany
  10. Poisoning the Well? The Potential Power of Supervisees’ Peers to Encourage Negative Experiences in Supervision and Training
    Facilitators: Dylan A. Corp, University at Albany
  11. Lived-Experience with a Three-Tiered Model for Training of Counselors and Supervisors   
    Facilitators: Christina McGrath Fair, M.A., University of Florida and Kathryn Williams, LMFT, University of Florida

Session 2: 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.

  1. Challenges and Successes: A Novice Supervisor’s Journey Towards Becoming a More Competent Supervisor
    Facilitators: Kenya G. Bledsoe. Ed.S., The University of Alabama Tuscaloosa
  2. Teaching Supervision in Counseling: Issues and Answers for Best Practices
    Facilitators: L. DiAnne Borders, Ph.D., Bradley W. McKibbon, Ph.D., and Sandra Logan, Ph.D, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  3. Clinical Supervision for International Students: Challenges and Strategies
    Facilitator: Chi LI, M.C., M.A., Old Dominion University
  4. The Philosophy of Ubuntu (humaneness)-implications for clinical supervision
    Facilitator: Sithandazile H. Msimanga, PhD, University of Botswana
  5. When the Supervisor is the Elephant in the Room: Live Observation with Beginner Counselors in Training
    Facilitator: Susan Branco, Ph.D., Loyola University Maryland, Pastoral Counseling Department
  6. Doing more with less: Clinical supervision in agency contexts
    Facilitators: KAREN SEWELL, M.S.W. University of Toronto
  7. Inject New Life into Supervision: Intentional Creative Interventions
    Marlise Lonn, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
  8. Sparking the Dialogue of Anti-Oppressive Practice within Supervision
    Facilitators: Stephanie Stolzenbach, M.S.W. Pathways to Leadership
  9. How do Common Factors in the Supervisory Relationship Impact Client Outcomes?
    Christina, McGrath Fair, M.A., University of Florida
  10. Integrating Spirituality in Supervision: Interventions to Facilitate Supervisees’ Self-Awareness and Cultural Competence
    Facilitator: Candice Crawford, M.A., and Harriet Glossoff, PhD, LPC (MS), NCC, ACS. Montclair State
  11. Multicultural Clinical Supervision: Examining the Role of Self-Awareness
    Facilitators: Englann J. Taylor, University at Albany
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