Helping Others Help Children: Clinical Supervision of Child Psychotherapy
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Not approved For ASWBHelping Others Help Children: Clinical Supervision of Child Psychotherapy is a continuing education program for mental health professionals. The course examines the role of supervision across varied settings and therapeutic approaches. Issues of ethics in supervision and cross-cultural supervision are also addressed.
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- Discuss cross-cultural supervision.
- Describe the supervision of CBT.
- Explain confidentiality in child supervision.
- Describe supervision of DBT.
- A systems approach to supervision of child psychotherapy
- The changing context of child psychotherapy and implications for supervisors
- Ethics and accountability in supervision of child psychotherapy
- Cross-cultural issues affecting the supervisory relationship in counseling children and families
- Supervision in play and filial therapy
- Supervision of cognitive therapy with youth
- Supervising a manual-based treatment program in the university and the community
- Multisystemic therapy supervision : a key component of quality assurance
- Treating children with early-onset conduct problems : key ingredients to implementing the incredible years programs with fidelity
- Dialectical behavior therapy supervision and consultation with suicidal, multiproblem youth : the nuts and bolts
- Supervising therapists working with traumatized children
- Supervision in school mental health
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