Clinical Social Work Supervision Training:
A Two Day Workshop
Presenter: Presenter: Tonya M. Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C
These webinars offer 12 Continuing Education Credits
All webinars in this series are recorded and will not grant live credits.
Clinical Social Work Supervision Training
A Two Day Workshop
March 13 & 20, 2022
10:00am - 4:45pm EST Both Days
12 Category I CEUs
Trainer: Tonya M. Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C
If you missed the first session, you can still join! Recording is available for all registrants.
Get the training you need to become a supervisor! Gain new management and leadership skills. This seminar will allow you to delve into the requirements of qualified and established standards for independent practice, supervision, and the responsibilities of supervisors and supervisees in the practice of social work.
Supervision and Teletherapy will also be addressed. Participants will receive the necessary paperwork to apply to become certified as an approved Maryland Social Work supervisor including regulations and a form to document supervision. You must attend BOTH days in order to receive CEUs.
New and seasoned supervisors may attend this training as well.
This class is designed to provide information regarding the supervision process utilized by social workers in a variety of settings. Subjects covered include the role and responsibilities of the social work supervisor and an in depth look at best practices of supervision and management. This class complies with the requirements of COMAR 10.42.08.02B (6) Supervision Training.
(Trainer Tonya Logan, LCSW-C, LICSW, Tonya has over 30 years of professional clinical experience working with those managing conflict and trauma. Licensed in D.C. and Maryland, she has spent the bulk of her career working with biological parents and foster parents by securing permanency whether via reunification, adoption, or independent living. Tonya provides clinical supervision, therapy, and is the supervisory social worker in a non-public school for students diagnosed with emotional disturbance and/or autism.)