Effective Supervision in a Human Service Setting
Frank Picone LCSW– 3 CEU’s
This training was previously scheduled for Sept 27th.
Staff are often promoted from a service provider to a supervisor of service
providers, but they may discover there are significant skills they lack in the
supervisor role. This training will provide an overview of the foundational skills
needed to provide effective supervision as well as the key differences in the skills
needed to supervise. New and experienced supervisors will benefit from this
training and the numerous discussions and activities they will experience.
Suicide Prevention for Helping Professionals
Amy Saville, LCSW – 3 CEU’s
Anyone working in a helping profession may one day find themselves working with someone at risk for suicide. The good news is that anyone can prevent suicide if they have the right information and are in the right place at the right time. This workshop is intended to help anyone, regardless of their position, education, or experience, gain the confidence, knowledge, and skill necessary to assist someone who is potentially suicidal. It includes practical information about suicide, an examination of core beliefs, feelings, and attitudes that either promote or impede engagement with suicidal individuals and offers practical application of that knowledge so that participants feel prepared to link at-risk individuals to safety.
Sources for Human Services maintains a Continuing Education Co-sponsoring Agreement with the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Center for Professional Development, a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Accredited program. As a CSWE accredited program Bryn Mawr College GSSWSR is a pre-approved provider of continuing education for social workers, professional counselors, and marriage and family therapists in PA and many other states.