1852: May 25, 2018; 8:45 am - 12:00 pm. Registration begins at 8:15 am. (Monroe)
Understanding What Motivates and Drives Our Supervisee.
Presented by Edgar P. Guedry, LCSW-BACS, ACSW, CHPCA, ACHP-SW.
Children's Coalition for NELA, 117 Hall Street, Monroe, LA 71201
There are many different personality types that one interacts with in daily life and one key to being an effective social worker is knowing and educating oneself on how to handle our clients. The same principles can be utilized when supervising social workers for their clinical license. Understanding what their main personality makeup is and how they view the world can help one become an effective teacher with a supervisory plan of care established to best benefit the supervisee. This workshop will look at some various personality types and define each with specific information and also how best to supervise the person with this personality trait. Case scenarios will be given whereby participants will be asked to establish a plan of supervision based on the personality type displayed. This workshop has been approved for 3.0 Clinical/Supervision hours of continuing education and is acceptable for the Board Approved Clinical Supervisor-BACS certification. 3.0 Clinical hours. Pre-registration deadline is 5/18/18. Limited to 40 participants.