Clinical Supervision I is a prerequisite. This course builds upon the foundation of structure and methods utilized in the model described in SAMHSAâ€™s TIP 52. Complex topics addressed include (a) conducting a corrective interview; (b) practicing a model of ethical decision-making with real life scenarios; (c) facilitating a Motivational Interviewing model of Case Consultation; and (d) gaining a deeper understanding of cultural influences on the supervisory relationship using Haysâ€™ ADDRESSING Framework. Other content sources include SAMHSAâ€™s TAP 21A: Competencies for Substance Abuse Treatment Clinical Supervisors and The Change Book: A Blueprint for Technology Transfer published by the ATTC. Behavioral health professionals will find this training applicable in many clinical settings.
This course describes the foundation of CBT as related to the treatment of substance use and co-occurring disorders. Strategies to teach individuals about the connection between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors will be presented. Participants will learn the process for effective facilitation of a functional analysis of substance-using behavior along with other skill building modules. Excerpts from SAMHSA materials that may be used directly with clients are distributed.