This 30-hour, 5-week virtual certificate course prepares the experienced practitioner to provide resiliency-informed clinical supervision. Participants are guided in a review of models of supervision, and will learn the competencies required in supervision and how to apply ethical principles in this context. Participants in the course will work together and with the instructor to practice skills and apply theory.
Dr. Jill Taggart is a long-time individual, family and couples therapist and clinical supervisor, currently Clinical Director at OneSky Community Resources in Penticton. Jill was formerly Program Director and Associate Dean for the MEd program at CityU in Canada (2011-2019), and now supports CityU students through the capstone and supervision process. She is an Adult Attachment Interview specialist, one of only 2 certified interview assessors in British Columbia and brings her knowledge of attachment processes to supervision. She is a BCACC Approved Clinical Supervisor.
This comprehensive course is designed to meet the needs of professionals working in agencies, universities or associations where clinical supervision training is required. It is suitable for those with a relevant Masters degree or a BA/ BSW with extensive experience in the field.
The 30-hour course is structured to include lectures, discussion groups and practice opportunities for clinical supervision and will run for 5 consecutive Fridays from 9 am to 2 pm ( Excluding holiday weekends) Participants will be encouraged to record and share their practice to support the depth of learning clinical supervision, as well as advanced considerations for supervising supervision.