Events | Trainings

Sunday, April 23 • Option 2 • Supervision Series

Sunday, April 23 • Option 2 • Supervision Series

Sunday Supervision Series

This series is designed to help social work supervisors meet the MN Board of Social Work’s requirements in the practice of social work licensing supervision.

Part 1: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm (1 hour break for lunch)3 CEHs
Living an Examined Life: Reflections on Use of Self in Clinical Supervision 

Effective professional use of self in clinical supervision takes time, patience, and intention. In this course participants will reflect on the many parts of self that come to influence their relationships with others, and which can be used to support and enhance the clinical supervision relationship through empathy, authenticity, and transparency. Specific tools for increased self-awareness will be addressed.

Angela Lewis-Dmello, MSW, LICSW — Transforming Trauma, PLLC

Level: II | For: Professionals | Content: Clinical


Part 2: 3:00 – 6:00 pm. •  3 CEHs
Common Factors: Capturing the Dodo Bird 

This workshop will explore some key questions: Is all therapy truly the same? What are common factors in therapy? How does change occur? What makes a difference in therapy? How does one know therapy is working? From there, participants will examine common factors in supervision and ways to challenge supervisees in thinking about their clients and their relationships with them.

Miranda Gilmore, PsyD, LMFT, LP, Licensed Marriage and Family Psychologist and Licensed Psychologist – Fraser

Level: II | For: Professionals | Content: Clinical


*A boxed lunch is available for $15 (see registration form), otherwise, plan on bringing your own lunch or walking to Canal Park for lunch options.