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Developing Proficiency in Clinical Supervision – Cleveland

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Event:
Developing Proficiency in Clinical Supervision – Cleveland
Start:
April 5, 2013 9:00 am
End:
April 5, 2013 12:15 pm
Cost:
$79
Organizer:
Cleveland State University
Phone:
(216) 687-3867
cecasal@csuohio.edu
Updated:
February 14, 2013
Venue:
Cleveland State University, 234 Julka Hall
Phone:
(216) 687-3867
Address:
Euclid Avenue, east of E. 24th, Cleveland, OH, 44114, United States

3 Continuing Education hours. MEETS SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS.

Description: This workshop is designed to increase skills, knowledge and awareness of the clinical supervisory process. Participants will learn the central principles, roles and responsibilities, and developmental stages of becoming a supervisor. We will discuss establishing the supervision contract and practical issues.

Instructor: Paula Atwood, LISW, LICDC. Paula V. Atwood is the Vice President, Staffing and Special Projects at Beech Brook of Northeast Ohio. In this position, Ms. Atwood is responsible for the Employer of Choice Initiative, Staff Recruitment and Human Resources. She is also serving as the Clinical Director for AOD services. She oversees and supervises AOD program staff and screening, assessment, and treatment services. She also ensures compliance with ODADAS rules and regulations, ADAMHS Board contract requirements, applicable Joint Commission Standards and the financial outcomes.

Paula formerly served as the Vice President, Community-Based Services Cluster, with administrative responsibility for the delivery of quality care mental health, social services, and educational services to children, adolescents and their families. The programs included were the Outpatient, School-Based, Family Preservation, Family Health and Early Childhood programs. Ms. Atwood has been at Beech Brook in various administrative positions since 1999.

Ms. Atwood has over 33 years experience in administration, management, and direct care in the social service, mental health, child welfare, and substance abuse/chemical dependency field. She is a graduate of the School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University and the Executive Masters in Business Administration program at Baldwin-Wallace College. She is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor.

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