Recorded Webinar- Ethical Considerations for Conducting Systemic Supervision
This workshop will review the basic licensure and supervision requirements across mental health disciplines for the state of Oklahoma. Theory-based approaches for conducting socioculturally-informed, systemic supervision will be addressed, including an established process for ethical-decision making in the supervision context. Troubleshooting ideas will be covered to guide participants in how to work with difficult supervisees as they strive to uphold gatekeeping responsibilities. Small group discussions will be utilized to apply what has been learned with common presenting clinical issues in relational therapy.
-Demonstrate understanding of basic licensure requirements for supervisors across mental health disciplines in the state of Oklahoma.
-Develop a contextually-informed approach to supervision.
-Discuss gatekeeping methods for working with supervisees.
-Apply ethical-decision making to common presenting clinical issues in relational therapy.
Dr. Amanda Spruill
Dr. Amanda Spruill currently serves as an Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Director for Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. She received her doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Tech University, a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy degree from Abilene Christian University, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Religious Studies degree from York College. Dr. Spruill previously held roles as the Assistant Professor of Professional Practice and Clinical Director in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Oklahoma State University, and Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Director at Converse University. Dr. Spruill is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the states of Wisconsin and South Carolina and is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor.
In addition to her academic roles, Dr. Spruill has clinical experience in working with couples, criminal justice populations, and addiction and recovery work in both private practice and agency settings. She has been an Approved Supervisor since 2016 and has been supervising graduate student clinicians for eight years, as well as overseeing and collaborating with MFT program supervisors for almost five years. She has professionally served at the county, state, and national levels on various task forces and boards, including a Suicide Prevention Task Force for a local detention facility in South Carolina, the South Carolina Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Board of Directors, and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Board of Directors. Her professional interests include teaching and training future Marriage and Family Therapists with special focus on theory-based practice, sociocultural attunement, and person-of-the-therapist awareness.
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