Hello ACEPT community,
Our next General Meeting will be on Friday, February 3rd! Please use the link below to RSVP for this meeting:
The meeting will take place via Zoom. A Zoom link to attend the virtual meeting will be sent via email the week of the meeting.
Schedule for the February 3rd virtual meeting will be as follows:
12:00pm-1:00pm - General Meeting
1:00pm-3:00pm - CE/CEU Workshop from Dr. Lauren Nichols: “Supporting Trainees: A Trauma-Informed + Strengths-Based Approach to Clinical Supervision”
- You can read additional information about the presentation below.
- Please use the link below to register. You will receive a separate email upon registering with a Zoom link for the talk.
Clinical supervision is a core component of masters and doctoral-level training in mental health. While there are multiple models and theories of supervision, integration of trauma-informed frameworks is lacking. Graduate training programs may integrate trauma-informed and strength-based frameworks into discussion of client care, conceptualization of clinical cases, and treatment planning; however, these frameworks are equally as important and beneficial in the practice and delivery of clinical supervision.
This presentation aims to provide clinical supervisors with an understanding of the core features of the trauma-informed framework and strength-based approach, and how to apply these models to the supervisor-supervised relationship and development of clinical trainees. Clinical supervisors will also be encouraged to think how these models can also be applied at the systemic level within their respective organizations.
Dr. Lauren Nichols is a licensed clinical psychologist and Associate Professor/Associate Director of Training in the PsyD program at Adler University, Chicago. Dr. Nichols also serves as a clinical supervisor and part-time staff psychologist with the Village of Hoffman Estates Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Nichols' areas of interest include supervision and training, trauma, grief and loss, assessment, and psychotherapy with individuals across the lifespan.
We look forward to seeing you at our meeting in February!