Archives: 14th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision


This site provides conference registrants with videos and handouts from presentations at the 14th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision that was held virtually July 30-31.  Its 350+ registrants included people from: Argentina, Bosnia and Herzogovinia, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Japan, Malta, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States, US Virgin Islands,  

The IICCS was sponsored by the Center for Advanced Professional Education, which is a partnership between The Practice Institute and the University of Redlands.

Click here to access the conference program 


Plenary 1:  COVID-19’s EFFECTS ON SUPERVISION PRACTICE NOW AND INTO THE FUTURE:  AN INTERNATIONAL PRESPECTIVE

 Presenters:  Héctor Fernández-Alvarez (Aigle Foundation, Buenos Aires, AR), Jianping Wang (Beijing Normal University), and Tony Rousmaniere (University of Washington)

Moderator:  Hideko Sera (University of Redlands)

Slides for:  (a)  Hideko Sera's introduction click here;  (b)  Héctor Fernández-Álvarez's presentation click here  and, (c) Jianping Wang's presentation click here

 


Plenary 2:  CRISIS IN THE DELIVERY OF QUALITY AGENCY-BASED STUDENT FIELD PLACEMENTS:  DOES COVID-19 PRESENT NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES?

 Presenters: Justin Lauka (Johns Hopkins University), Melissa Reitmeier (University of South Carolina), and Kim Harriman (Simmons University) 

Moderator:  Estella Williamson (Seattle University)

 


Plenary 3:  CONSIDERING RACISM AND RACIAL TRAUMA IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION

Presenter: Alex Pieterse  (State University of New York at Albany)

Moderator:  LaTonya Wood (Pepperdine University)

 

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Symposium (delivered in Mandarin): SUPERVISION PRACTICE WITH CHINESE CHARACTERISTICS – THE PERSPECTIVE OF SOCIAL ECOLOGICAL FIT     中国特色的督导实践——社会生态契合的视角

Moderators:  Guangrong Jiang (Central China Normal University) and Mingyi Qian (Peking University)

What the registration system has done through-out years on supervision   Xioaming Jia (Beijing Institute of Technology)

The three-level design of Beijing Normal University Program  Jianping Wang (Beijing Normal University)

The practice model  of the supervision of group-counseling leaders   Fumin Fan (Tsinghua University)

The three-layer supervision model during the pandemic of COVID-19 with limited supervisory recourse   Caizhi Wu (Central China Normal University)

The eight commandments  of online group supervision  Qin An (Beijing Institute of Technology) and Zhiqin Sang (Nanjing University)

 

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Session 1A:  CULTURE AND SELF-CARE IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION  

  Moderator:  Timothy Hakenewerth (Idaho State University)

Clinical supervision strategies to avoid burnout 

 Presenter: Janet Muse-Burke (Marywood University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Clinical supervision in Kenya: Preliminary findings of status and perspectives from counselors and psychologists 

Presenter: Bellah Kiteki (Wheaton College, IL)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Equal Opportunity for Growth? Exploring Positive Feedback Bias for Black Supervisees in Supervision

Presenters: Ramon Garcia, Jacob Moore, Shangyun Zhou, Alex Pieterse, Michael Ellis, Lillith Papeman, & Eddie Irizany (State University of New York at Albany)  

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

Session 1B:  ADAPTING TO SHIFTS IN THE LANDSCAPE OF CLINICAL SUPERVISION 

  Moderator:  Yang Ai (University of Redlands)

Clinical supervision and telemental health counseling:  Challenges and opportunities  

Presenters:Sheri Pickover, Ellen Armbruster, & Reuben Mwangi (Central Michigan University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

The Critical Need for Clinical Supervision among Practicing School Counselors

 Presenters: Pamelia Brott, Sarah Patterson-Mills & Mariama Cook Sandifer (Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville, Lindenwood Univ, and  Columbus State Univ.)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Paddling Against the Tide: Responding to Challenges in Field Education    

Presenters::Melinda Gushwa &  Kim Harriman (Simmons University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

Session 1C:  USING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES in SUPERVISION AND TRAINING 

  Moderator:  Changming Duan (University of Kansas)

Supporting a children’s mental health intervention:  A feasibility study implementing a clinical supervision model

 Presenter:  Karen Sewell (University of Toronto)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

An application of intersectionality theory to clinical supervision  

Presenters: Stephanie Baird & Sarah Tarshis(King's University College at Western University, University of Toronto)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Re-centering the place of field education in social work education

Presenters:Naomi Farber and Melissa Reitmeier (University of South Carolina)

 


 

Session 2A:  OPTIMIZING CONDITIONS FOR SUPERVISEES; PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

   Moderator:  Meri Lubina (Proyecto Aiglé Guatemala) 

Training needs of supervisees across the stages of professional development

Presenter: Ana Lilla Villafuente Montiel (Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

The interaction of supervisee attachment and supervisor relational humility:  Exploring the value of relational humility in clinical supervision

Presenters: Shangyun Zhou & Jake Moore  (State University of New York at Albany)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Exploring how counselor education programs support site supervisors

Presenters:  Bradley McKibben, A. Lara George and Obdulio Gonzalez (Nova Southeastern University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

Session 2B:  OPTIMIZING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERVISEES

  Moderator:  Tamara Tribitt (University of Redlands)

Trauma-informed supervision:  Expert supervisors working with beginning counselors

 Presenters:  DiAnne Borders & Madeleine Morris Lowman (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Dealing With Ambivalence in the Supervision Process: Client, Supervisee and Supervisor

 Presenter:  Linda Buchanan (Walden Behavioral Care)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Educating Doctoral Supervisors: Developmental Actions of Pedagogical Practice 

Presenter:  Jodi L. Tangen (North Dakota State University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

Session 2C:  ATTENDING TO SUPERVISEES' COMPETENCE AND SPIRITUAL NEEDS

  Moderator:  Michael Mullard (County of Orange [CA] Health Care Agency)

Reaching for clinical expertise: Deliberate practice in psychotherapy

 Presenter:  Alexander Vaz (ISPA-University Institute in Lisbon)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Implementing Deliberate Practice in Graduate-Level Clinical Training

 Presenter:  Tracy Prout (Yeshiva University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Spirituality in clinical supervision

 Presenter:  Conroy Reynolds (University of Redlands)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

Session 3A:  MONITORING AND ATTENDING TO SUPERVISEES' EXPERIENCES 

  Moderator:  Jacob Moore (SUNY Albany)

Utilizing formative assessment for attachment-responsive supervision

 Presenters:Kristopher Goodrich & Melissa Luke (University of New Mexico; Syracuse University)

 Video of this presentation (click here) -- password: 9ZAtS!=T      Session slides:  click here

The experience of counselors-in-training receiving simultaneous supervision from multiple supervisors

Presenters:  Timothy J. Hakenewerth, William B. Lane Jr., Tessa B. Price, Camille D. Frank (Idaho State University)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

The value of multicultural competence on supervision with supervisees of color:  Examining the influence  supervisee non-disclosure and burnout

Presenters:Katheryn Roberson and Jacob Moore (State Univ of New York at Albany)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

Session 3B:  ADDRESSING THE WAYS SUPERVISEES' PERSONAL AND CULTURAL HISTORIES AFFECT THEIR WORK

  Moderator:  Naomi Levitz-Shobola  (University of Windsor)

Watching Master Supervisors deal with Countertransference in the Supervision Hour: Selections from the APA Clinical Supervision DVD Series 

 Presenter: Hannah Levenson(Wright Institute)

Supporting the development and supervision needs of social work interns in recovery with criminal histories

Presenters: Bonnie Rinks, John Paulson, Summer Wilderman (University of Southern Indiana)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)

Supervisors and the Globalization of Counseling:  Cross-cultural implications with International Counselors in Training

Presenters:  Vera Chimbanda & Melissa Fickling (University of Northern Illinois)

 


 

Session 3C:  THE EFFECTS OF SETTING AND CONTEXT ON THE SUPERVISOR'S ROLE 

 Moderator:  Lidan Gu  (Hennepin Healthcare, Minneapolis)

Providing multidisciplinary supervision to therapists and dietitians:  Mirroring the eating disorders treatment team

 Presenter:Maria Paredes & Anna Lutz (Three Birds Counseling & Clinical Supervision & Lutz & Alexander Nutrition Therapy)

Trauma-informed supervision:  Counselors in a Level 1 Hospital Trauma Center 

Presenters:  Elizabeth H. Shilling (Wake Forest School of Medicine), Elizabeth B. White (Wake Forest Baptist Health) and Laura J. Veach (Wake Forest School of Medicine)

Supervision in Psychotherapy:  Experienced supervisors´ perspectives in Guatemala City

Presenters: Ana Alicia Cóbar Catalán (Universidad del Valle de Guatemala)

 Video of this presentation (click here)  Session slides (click here)


 

HOT TOPICS IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION ROUNDTABLE

Humility: Its Transformational Impact on Clinical Supervision

 Presenter:s:  Edward Watkins, Jr.& Patricia L. Kaminski (University of North Texas)

   

Clinical Supervision of Leadership: A Viable Interdisciplinary Path   

Presenters: Melissa Luke & Harvey Peters (Syracuse University & George Washington University)

 For session handout,click here

Addressing Multicultural Ruptures and Microaggressions in Supervision

Presenters:Catherine Y. Chang & C. Peeper McDonald (Georgia State University; Mercer University)

Strategies for reducing inadequate and harmful clinical supervision

Presenters:Ryan M. Cook & Janelle Jones (The University of Alabama)

 For session handout, click here

Supervisor Strategies for Working through Transitions

Presenters: Janet L. Muse-Burke (Marywood University)

 For session handout, click here

Publishing in The Clinical Supervisor

Presenters: DiAnne Borders & Gulsah Kemer (University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Old Dominion University)

 For session handout, click here

Dealing with Obstacles Between Workers and Supervisors

Presenters: Alex Gitterman (University of Connecticut)

Researching Clinical Supervision: Got Questions? Let’s Talk

Presenters:Michael V. Ellis (University at Albany) 

 For session handout,click here

Working with What You’ve Got: Navigating Mismatches with your Clinical Supervisor

Presenters:Katheryn Roberson & Jake Moore University of New York at Albany) 

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Clinical Supervision in the Context of Trauma and Covid-19 

Presenters:  Carol Falender (Pepperdine University & UCLA) 

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Marketing Clinical Supervision in a Private Practice Setting

Presenters:  Francesca Giordano & Gideon Litherland  (Veduta Consulting, LLC)

For session handout,click here

Evidence-Based Strategies for Integrating Career Development into Clinical Supervisory Practices

Presenters:  Christian D. Chan & Timothy J. Hakenewerth (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro & Idaho State University)

For session handout,click here

Career Long Supervision for Practitioners and Supervisors- Ethically Essential or Professional Infantisation?

Presenters:  Rita Glover (Dublin City University)

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Trauma-Informed Supervision: Application with Clinical Mental Health Counselors

Presenters: Susan F. Branco  (The Family Institute; Northwestern University) 

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Anti-oppressive vs Psychodynamic Conceptualizations: Philosophical Tensions in Clinical Social Work Supervision

Presenter  Rahim Thawer (Sherbourne Health)

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Values Conflicts with a Twist: When Supervisors misuse their Power

Presenters:  Anita A. Neuer Colburn, Gulsah Kemer, Stephanie Bowman (Northwestern University; Old Dominion University)

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 POSTER SESSION 

A study of attachment to supervisor, affect, and the supervisory relationship

 Presenter:Bradley McKibben, Karli Gallo, Yekaterina Sorsher (Nova Southeastern University) and Sandi Logan-McKibben (Florida International University)    

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The implications of medical cannabis and supervision

Presenters:  Anne Shragal (Breeze Counseling)

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Addressing Supervisees’ Rights to Confidentiality in Supervision

Presenters:Nicole M. Taylor (University of Indianapolis)

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Tiered Assessment Supervision for Psychologists Tiered Assessment Supervision for Psychologists

Presenters:Kelly M. Lee & Jill B. Jacobson (University of Maryland)

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Development of an integrative framework for supervision in child protection:  A Croation model

Presenters:  Maria Ajdukovic (University of Zagreb)

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Cultural Ruptures: Prevalence & Severity across Racial, Gender, & Sexual Orientation Groups

Presenters:Stefan Jadaszewski (University of Akron)

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The Nuts and Bolts of Blogging – Ethics, Structure, and Integrity in Mental Health Blogging

Presenters:Michele Kerulis,  Jennifer Robertson, and Harold Shinitzky (Northwestern University)

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