Handouts for the LPCA CPCS Conference Macon, GA  September 13, 14, 15, 2018.  To view the handouts, look for the CLICK HERE 

Thursday, September 13, 2018
Growing Clinicians  CLICK HERE 
This workshop will examine the growth process in supervisees. A brief historical overview of supervision will be included. Goal setting in supervision, ethical issues, and challenges of supervision will be addressed. Participants will apply concepts presented in this workshop in small groups.
      Gregory K. Moffatt, PhD, LPC, CPCS, is a college professor, author, counselor, and supervisor. In private practice for over 30 years he has specialized in childhood trauma and his expertise extends into the areas of risk assessment and violence prevention.

Trauma-Informed Supervision CLICK HERE
This workshop introduces participants to Trauma-Informed Supervision (TIS), informed by Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) as a distinct construct. It highlights effective and negative supervisor/supervisee characteristics and contextual influences.
    Diane Levy, PhD, NCC, LPC, CPCS, ACS, is the Director of “AC” Training & Supervision. Her 20-year professional experience includes community practice and being full-time at Georgia State University. At “AC” her goal is to offer best practices in clinical supervision to early-career counselors.

Friday, September 14, 2018
Facilitating Development through Counselor Supervision  CLICK HERE
This presentation will outline for participants elements of effective clinical supervision and techniques/interventions that can promote development and improved wellness among their supervisees. The presenter will explore the developmental scope of counselor supervision including roles, definitions, models and the experiences of both the supervisee and supervisor; and identify various techniques and tools that can be utilized with supervisees to promote development (interpersonal and intrapersonal).    Karla L. Sapp, EdD, NCC, CCMHC, MAC, LPC, CPCS, is a Licensed Professional, Nationally Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, and Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor who owns U Matter Consulting and Counseling providing counselor supervision.

Ethical Decision-Making with Administrators, Supervisors, Clinicians and Peer Service Providers  CLICK HERE
This training introduces a trans-disciplinary ethical decision-making model. Please bring to the workshop a copy of: 1) the professional or organizational code of ethics that informs your work and 2) your organization’s vision, mission and values statements.
    George S. Braucht, LPC, CPCS, has over 14,000 hours of supervised psychotherapy experience. He conducts clinical supervision, peer performance support, research, program evaluation and continuous quality improvement initiatives.

Saturday, September 15, 2018
Methods of Supervision  CLICK HERE
The workshop will focus on applying what are considered to be methods of psychotherapy to the supervision relationship. The purpose of this workshop is to assist the professional with learning to apply current models of supervision in a manner that will ensure success in reference to assisting the professional in providing effective treatments.
    Dr. Willie Roy Cameron, PhD, LPC, MAC, CPCS, has been working in the mental health field for 18 years. He has provided mental health and substance abuse services to federal inmates and also to private citizens in the local community.

Current Trends in Play Therapy Supervision and Clinical Supervision in Georgia (not available at this time)
Play Therapy - just for children? just for clients? Come explore how to use play therapy techniques in a supervision setting to bring insight, awareness, and understanding to cases in new ways. We will also cover some nuts and bolts of supervisory relationships, documentation, and evaluation. This workshop will cover the basics of ethical supervision, contracts, logs, supervision towards licensure, models of supervision, and evaluation. Participants will explore experiential activities that can be used in clinical supervision.
    April Miller, EdS, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS, (APT Approved Provider # 16-460) owns a private practice and uses play therapy across all ages. She has experience using play therapy in settings outside of the office. She has trained Masters level students and licensed providers in play therapy techniques.
    Kathryn Klock-Powell, PhD, LMFT, RPT-S, is a supervisor for AAMFT and APT with over 20 years of experience. She enjoys providing hands on learning opportunities for clinicians.