Building Supervisory Capacity

A project to develop competence in clinical supervision

This Southern Counties Regional Partnership-funded project is sponsored by the Center for Advanced Professional Education (CAPE) and is designed to improve clinical supervision in the 10 Southern California counties the Partnership serves

Project Directors: Carol Falender and Rod Goodyear


September 9, 2019Launch of the Fundamentals of Competency-Based Supervision course (all day event at Cal Poly Pomona's Bronco Student Center in URSA Major C; the facilitators will be Drs. Carol Falender and Rod Goodyear). The video to the right describes the training that this event launches.    

Flyer for this event with schedule amd map:  Click here

Parking permit for this event:  Click hereNote:   

If you are driving, be sure to print this out ahead of time and put it on your dashboard where it can be seen. 

Also, it is good ONLY in Parking Structure 2 (PS2) which is building 107  on the map.


October 24, 2019:  Two webinars focusing on multicultural supervision.  Clinicians employed in the departments of behavioral health/wellness in the partner counties of the Southern Counties Regional Partnership can register for either one or both.  Click here for a brochure.

9 - noon: Clinical Supervision Through A Cultural Lens:  Fostering Cultural Awareness and Competence in Supervisors and Supervisees

1:30 - 4:30:  Cultural Humility, Intersectionality and Feedback in Clinical Supervision

Presenters:  Theodore Burnes (Antioch University and Arpana Inman (Lehigh University).

Both are prominent scholars in the area of multicultural supervision. For example, Dr. Burnes recently coedited Cases in Multicultural Clinical Supervision: Models, Lenses, and Applications and Dr. Inman, has not only published an entire video series (and associated books) on psychotherapy supervision but also has a number of publications focusing on multicultural supervision.

To register for either or both of these webinars, click here.

January 27, 2020:  WebinarTrauma Informed Supervision workshop 

Presenter:  Carol Falender (Pepperdine University and UCLA)

Dr. Falender has conducted a large number of  these trainings: "Trauma-informed Clinical Supervision for supervision of clinicians providing trauma-informed care to child welfare involved children, youth, and families"  through the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles County.  Her focus in those was on children and families , while this workshop will apply to all types of trauma exposure, ages, and to clinicians serving those clients.  The approach is competency-based, emphasizing specific practices, trauma-informed practice, and strategies to prevent clinician vicarious traumatization.






The Project's Training Team