There will be two workshop facilitators for the pre-conference. As well, there will be two invited plenary speakers.
Information about those speakers and workshop facilitators will be added here as they are identified.
Tony Rousmaniere, PsyD
The Sentio Supervision Model: Deliberate Practice, Video, and Outcome Data
June 12 - 6 hour Workshop
Enhance your clinical supervision with the Sentio Supervision Model! The Sentio Model includes Deliberate Practice, video, and outcome data in a 50-minute supervision session. This workshop includes a lecture, video demonstrations, and multiple live demonstrations with volunteer supervisors from the audience. We will walk you through how to use two useful forms: the Sentio Supervision Preparation Form and the Sentio Supervision Model. Supervisors who are interested in participating in live demonstrations can volunteer by emailing Tony Rousmaniere at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony Rousmaniere is Executive Director of Sentio Counseling, Program Director of the Sentio MFT Program, and incoming president of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy, a Division of the American Psychological Association. He is the author/co-editor of many books on deliberate practice and psychotherapy training and the APA series “The Essentials of Deliberate Practice” (APA Press). More about Dr. Rousmaniere can be found at www.drtonyr.com.
Tracey Rollins Spann, LMSW
Power, Privilege, Race, and Racism and Their Impact on the Supervisory Relationship
June 12 - 6 hour Workshop
Chiku Malunga said, “when people come to work, they come with their full personhood”(2009). In this workshop participants will explore what constitutes one’s “full personhood”, and how systemic racism has created barriers that devalue and dismiss the strengths, skills, and experiences that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) folk possess and prevent them from fully utilizing their authentic selves in their work. Using Dr. Kenneth V. Hardy’s Privilege And Subjugated Task (PAST) Model, participants will examine specific actions that are critical to developing one’s ability to recognize, acknowledge, and discuss issues of race, privilege, and power as they relate to the supervisory relationship.
In 2017, driven by her passion for organizational development and efficiency, Tracey founded TRS Consulting Group, LLC to guide individuals, non-profits, social enterprises, and government entities to ensure they remain mission driven, culturally responsive, and effective. In 2021 she launched the African Centered Leadership Project focused on developing the skills and talents of leaders of color and those aspiring to lead. Tracey completed the National Association of Black Social Workers’ Nea Onnim Circle for African Centered Social Work, and Undoing Racism® by The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. It was through these courses that Tracey really began to understand how deeply systemic racism and oppression impact people and communities of color in the United States and abroad. She is commited to helping organizations and individuals understand what it means to be anti-racist, and how they can shift their thinking and practice to truly provide equitable opportunities and programs. For more about Tracey and her work go to www.trsconsultinggroup.com