The Center for Family and Community Well-Being has developed an evidence-informed training on supportive supervision that builds on our 20 + year history of research, training, and implementation of best practices in this area for human services. This training is a unique approach to supervision that addresses supervisor support styles, the role of individual supervisee characteristics in the supervision process, effective communication and conflict resolution, strategies to support crisis and stress management, and the parallel process of supervision for systems of care.

Facilitated by Dr. Becky Antle, Director of Center for Family and Community Well-Being, Professor in the Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work and Family Science

This training will be hosted on Zoom. There will be an hour lunch break during the session.

Register here.

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