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Providing Trauma-Informed Supervision 5-week Live Learning Community for Region 10

10:00am - February 11, 2021 thru 11:15am - March 11, 2021 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Northwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: January 30, 2021
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Brought to you by Northwest MHTTC in collaboration with C4 Innovations

 

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The Northwest MHTTC is excited to sponsor 25 spots for Region 10 workforce members to participate in this Learning Community hosted by our partner, C4 Innovations

Please note: We are no longer taking applications and the wait list is full.


Providing high-quality supervision is critical to fostering personal and professional development, enhancing clinical and technical skills, implementing best practices, ensuring accountability, and most importantly, improving client outcomes.

Whether you’re experienced, new, or not yet a supervisor, you are invited to participate in this 5-week live virtual learning community to explore trauma-informed supervision—why it matters, useful frameworks and skills to enhance supervisory practice, and specific strategies to help staff thrive in their work.

Please note: This 5-week Live Learning Community will be held over 5 Thursdays: February 11-March 11, 2021, at 10-11:15 AM Pacific Time.

This opportunity is limited to members of the workforce in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington State (HHS Region 10.) 

Additional Note RE: PROCESS:

  1. Apply via the "register" button above.
  2. We will only notify those who have been accepted or have been added to the wait list.
  3. Once your application has been approved, you will get registration information from C4 Innovations. This registration is required by January 29 as the training starts February 11.
  4. After completing the course you will be asked to complete an evaluation survey and a follow-up survey at 4-6 weeks later. You will be offered a gift card for completing this follow-up survey.

 


Target Audience:
  • Current supervisors in the health and human service fields
  • Individuals interested in becoming supervisors in the health and human service fields
  • Individuals from organizations who are interested in implementing best practices
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Name three reasons for providing trauma-informed supervision
  • Identify and describe four main functions of supervision
  • Describe the CLEAR model for exploring topics in supervision
  • Explain how to respond to secondary trauma responses of staff
  • Demonstrate skills in providing information and feedback
 

Training Certificates and Formal CEUs Available: 

Certificates of Completion will be awarded to participants who have attended all five live webcasts (or watched the webcast recordings in their entirety), completed all required learning activities, scored higher than 80% on each weekly quiz, and completed the course evaluation form and the certificate request form. Six (6) hours of continuing education credit will be awarded upon completion of this course through ASWB and NBCC. Ten (10) hours of continuing education credit will be awarded upon completion of this course through NAADAC. Certificates will be emailed directly to participants roughly two weeks after completion of the final session.


Facilitators:

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Ken Kraybill, MSW, has worked in healthcare, behavioral health, homelessness, and housing for the past 35 years. He is a Senior Trainer at C4 Innovations and is dedicated to improving the quality of care provided to marginalized and vulnerable people. Ken develops curricula and facilitates in-person and online training nationally on topics including Motivational Interviewing, trauma-informed care, outreach and engagement, clinical case management, peer integration, Critical Time Intervention, and supervision. Ken has a Master of Social Work from the University of Washington in Seattle and an undergraduate degree from Goshen College in Indiana.

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Ann Marie Roepke, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, trainer, and consultant. She has provided training, consulting, and coaching services to diverse audiences on resilience, self-care, and burnout prevention; workplace communication; resilient responses to the COVID-19 pandemic; and evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. As a psychotherapist in private practice, she focuses on helping people not only survive, but thrive, in challenging circumstances. She provides continuing education trainings, workshops, and presentation for professionals in “helping professions.” Ann Marie is an active member of the American Psychological Association, Society of Consulting Psychology, and Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). She earned her doctorate in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania Positive Psychology Center.


Learn More:

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