Supervisor Endorsement CEU Requirements

Supervisor Endorsement CEU Requirements

The Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapist Board requires PCC clinicians to complete the following areas of supervision trainings prior to applying for Supervisiory Endorsement.  Below is how MOPS has matched the supervision training series to the board requirement.  For more information about the CSWMFT Board Supervisory Endorsesment can be found on their PCC-Supervision Designation Instruction page.


Board Requirement

MOPS Trainings


Assessment, evaluation and remediation which includes initial, formative and summative assessment of supervisee knowledge, skills and self-awareness; components of evaluation e.g. evaluation criteria and expectations, supervisory procedures, methods for monitoring (both direct and indirect observation) supervisee performance, formal and informal feedback mechanisms, and evaluation processes (both summative and formative), and processes and procedures for remediation of supervisee skills, knowledge, and personal effectiveness and self-awareness; Introduction to Clinical Supervision: Assessment, Evaluation, Remediation
(6 credits)Total Credits: 6 CEUs

Counselor development which includes models of supervision, learning models, stages of development and transitions in supervisee/supervisor development, knowledge and skills related to supervision intervention options, awareness of individual differences and learning styles of supervisor and supervisee, awareness and acknowledgement of cultural differences and multicultural competencies needed by supervisors, recognition of relational dynamics in the supervisory relationship, and awareness of the developmental process of the supervisory relationship itself; Supervision Series: Developmental Models of Supervision
(4 credits)

Relational Dynamics in Supervisory Process
(4 credits)

Total Credits: 8 CEUs


Management and administration which includes organizational processes and procedures for recordkeeping, reporting, monitoring of supervisee’s cases, collaboration, research and evaluation; agency or institutional policies and procedures for handling emergencies, case assignment and case management, roles and responsibilities of supervisors and supervisees, and expectations of supervisory process within the institution or agency; institutional processes for managing multiple roles of supervisors, and summative and formative evaluation processes; Supervision Series: Management and Administration
(4 credits)

Supervision Series: Management Formative Evaluation Process
(4 credits)

Total Credits: 8 CEUs


Professional responsibilities which includes ethical and legal issues in supervision includes dual relationships, competence, due process in evaluation, informed consent, types of supervisor liability, privileged communication, consultation, etc.; regulatory issues include Ohio laws governing the practice of counseling and counseling supervision, professional standards and credentialing processes in counseling, reimbursement eligibility and procedures, and related institutional or agency procedures. Ethics of Clinical Supervision
(6 credits)

Total Credits: 6 CEUs

 


Overall Total Credits
28 CEUs