Using 21st Century Contracts as a Tool for Building Egalitarian Supervisory Relationships
Dr. Jennifer Nivin Williamson & Dr. Daniel WilliamsonThursday, April 16th 12pm-1pm EST
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As supervisors and supervisees enter into new supervision relationships, it is easy to overlook key elements that can create friction in the relationship. This talk explores components that should be identified and negotiated in a 21st century contract including virtual supervision options, social media policies, payment structures, and much much more. (An article on the topic in Counseling Today)
1. To outline key elements for negotiation when entering supervisory relationships.
2. To identify the relational elements involved in building and maintaining egalitarian supervisory relationships.
3. To explore major ethical dilemmas in modern supervisory relationships.Presenter Bios:
Drs. Daniel and Jennifer Williamson are founders of PAX Consulting and Counseling PLLC and Core Faculty with Capella University. They are both Fulbright Specialist Alumni in Mental Health and have trained counselors across the globe. They are recipients of the ACES Vision and Innovation Award. They are alumni of Baylor University, and they live and practice in the Waco/Temple area. Their research focuses on attachment, family reintegration, ethics, and how people find purpose and meaning in their lives. Daniel is former Chair of the ACA Policies and Bylaws Committee and Jennifer is the former Senior Co-Chair for the ACA Ethics Committee.
*Note: This webinar will be recorded and available for later viewing after 1 month on the SACES Webinar Page. Attendees who are present for the full webinar time can receive CE credit*
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