Florida Qualified Supervisor Training

Enroll in a 12-Hour Supervisor Training Course in Florida

This is an approved continuing education course for supervisory training in the State of Florida pursuant to Section 491.005, F.S., and 64B4 F.A.C.

The course provides 12 hours of virtual online didactic and interactional instruction.

Workshop Learning Objectives

As a result of attending this workshop, the attendees will:

  1. Become familiar with the major models of supervision for clinical social work, marriage and family therapy or mental health counseling
  2. Gain skills to develop a personal model of supervision, drawn from existing models of supervision and from preferred styles of therapy
  3. Understand the co-evolving dynamics of therapist-client and supervisor-therapist-client relationships
  4. Explore distinctive issues that arise in supervision
  5. Address the contextual variables in practice such as culture, gender, ethnicity, power and economics
  6. Become familiar with the ethical, legal and regulatory issues of supervision
  7. Review the Florida laws and the board rules governing interns and supervision
  8. Understand the role of evaluation in supervision.

 

Florida Qualified Supervisor Renewal

Enroll in a 4-Hour Supervisor Renewal Course in Florida

This class is for LMHCs, LCSWs & LMFTs who are currently a Qualified Supervisor.

This is an approved continuing education course for supervisory training in the State of Florida pursuant to Section 491.005, F.S., and 64B4 F.A.C.

The course provides 4 hours of online didactic and interactional instruction.

Workshop Learning Objectives

As a result of attending this workshop, the attendees will:

  1. Review changes to Florida laws and rules relating to Interns and Supervisors,
  2. Discuss various electronic delivery systems for supervision and methods for ensuring confidentiality,
  3. Discuss ethical, legal and regulatory issues of supervision, including documentation of the supervisory sessions,
  4. Review research of effective supervision models,
  5. Review challenges in supervision,
  6. Address how cultural issues can affect the supervisory relationship,
  7. Discuss accountability of both the supervisor and the intern in the supervisory relationship,
  8. Discuss the business aspects of supervision,
  9. Discuss the ethical, legal, and regulatory issues of teletherapy.

 

 

Florida Qualified Supervisor Training
Florida Qualified Supervisor Renewal

Presenter: Jenny A. Mannion, LMHC, NCC

I maintain a private practice in Riverview, Florida. I have the pleasure of loving my career choice as a Gottman Level III therapist while serving couples and individuals in my community for over 24 years. My passion for couples therapy has been fueled by my past experiences. I’ve found that mental health issues, job related stress and family dynamics can erode a relationship.

 

My mission is to help individuals to examine how they impact their own relationship while teaching both partners how to make their relationship top priority. Decisions that are best for the individual are not necessarily what is best for the relationship. I believe your relationship has to be nurtured and cared for if you want longevity. I can teach you how to achieve the long lasting love you desire.

 

Over the past two decades, I have worked in community mental health which means I am well versed in a broad range of mental health symptomology. While in community mental health, I supervised licensed therapists and facilitated the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) providing me the opportunity to become familiar with managing staff and understanding the intricacies of work related stressors.

 

I am an asset to the Department of Juvenile Justice as I’ve been the licensed therapist on staff in residential facilities and in outpatient settings, developed curriculum for anger management, taught verbal de-escalation to program staff and I am a Juvenile Sexual Offender Specialist. Through these experiences, I have the distinction of being recognized as an expert in family systems therapy.

 

I am a well-respected community resource and I enjoy sharing my expertise with many populations. I have been a guest lecturer at the University of South Florida in the Masters Program and I’m a member of the Board of Directors for Camelot Community Care. I am a Clinical Member of ATSA (Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers), a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors and I’m a Qualified Supervisor with the State of Florida.