Are you ready to supervise?
Clinical social work supervisors are critical to training the next generation of licensed clinical social workers. Newly minted MSWs learn valuable lessons about providing competent, safe, and ethical clinical services through clinical supervision–lessons they can’t learn in a classroom.
But what lessons does a social worker need to learn in order to provide competent, safe, and ethical supervision?
Before sitting down with a supervisee, you need to be prepared. With ASWB’s book Contemporary Clinical Social Work Supervision: A Mentoring and Monitoring Model, by Dr. Carlton E. Munson, you can learn the key skills you need to provide clinical supervision and earn 20 CE credits toward your license renewal.
Contemporary Clinical Social Work Supervision focuses on current issues in supervision and offers extensive resources, including:
- Code of ethics for clinical social work supervisors
- Performance expectations
- Evidence-based approach to practice and supervision
- Cultural competency guidelines
- Guidelines for supervising court testimony
- Assessment forms
ASWB is now offering a posttest developed by Dr. Munson to assess your understanding of these issues and more. By completing the open-book posttest, you can earn 20 hours of CE!