Friday, December 2, 2022 from 1:00pm-3:00pm - CE/CEU Workshop from Jenny Lybeck-Brown, Ph.D., “Gatekeeping 101: Addressing Trainee Competency Issues in Supervision and Beyond”
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Remediation is often a feared topic among trainers and trainees alike. While it can be a time and energy consuming process, adequate preparation for and a skillful approach to remediation and trainee skill deficits in general can lead to favorable outcomes for all involved. This program will provide information about ways training programs can set the stage for favorable outcomes by making sure policies are carefully determined, clearly communicated, culturally sensitive, and consider the requirements of all stakeholders. Important considerations in supervision related to the delivery of challenging feedback will also be discussed including how to determine a concern needs to be elevated to the level of formal remediation.
Given the importance of the actual remediation documents, there will be a focus on writing and delivering remediation plans and other related documentation, and sample plans will be distributed. Related topics of communicating with stakeholders, dealing with ruptures in the supervisory relationship, how and where to consult, and taking care of other trainees and the training staff, as well as self-care will be discussed. Participants will have an opportunity interact with the material both through a brief, real-time survey, by asking questions, and by applying knowledge to several training vignettes
Dr. Lybeck-Brown has been passionate about training and supervision her entire career and has been the Training Director at the University of Missouri Counseling Center since 2009. Here she oversees the Center’s accredited doctoral internship, a post-doc training program, practicum training of doctoral students in Counseling and Clinical Psychology, and a recently launched post-masters’ fellowship. As the Training Director, she co-facilitates the interns’ supervision of supervision seminar and has found a professional niche in training trainers both “in house” at the University of Missouri where she runs supervision support groups and also via formal and informal mentorship opportunities through ACCTA and APPIC. She has developed “accidental expertise” in remediation from the training trenches and has presented on related topics over the years for fellow training directors at the ACCTA conference.