6-Hour Refresher Course for Clinical Supervisors
Thursday, Dec 5, 2019
8:30am – 4:30pm
Arizona Trauma Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6677. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Arizona Trauma Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
CE Hours Awarded: 6
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Explore and develop enhanced general and clinical supervision skills for those independently licensed professionals that currently provide clinical supervision or intend to deliver clinical supervision in compliance with the Arizona Revised Statutes and ADHS requirements. This training utilizes case studies and a collaborative participant discussion format to assure that all points are covered and adequately understood.
Who should attend? Those supervising associate level mental health professionals on their journey to independent licensure.
Rules regarding supervision.
- A licensee who maintains more than one license may apply the same continuing education hours for renewal of each license if the content of the continuing education relates to the scope of practice of each license.
- For each license period, a licensee may report a maximum of:
- Ten clock hours of continuing education for first-time presentations by the licensee that deal with current developments, skills, procedures, or treatments related to the practice of behavioral health. The licensee may claim one clock hour for each hour spent preparing, writing, and presenting information;
- Six clock hours of continuing education for attendance at a Board meeting where the licensee is not:
- A member of the Board,
- The subject of any matter on the agenda, or
- The complainant in any matter that is on the agenda; and
- Ten clock hours of continuing education for service as a Board or ARC member.
- For each license period, a licensee shall report:
- A minimum of three clock hours of continuing education sponsored, approved, or offered by an entity listed in subsection (D) in:
- Behavioral health ethics or mental health law, and
- Cultural competency and diversity; and
- Beginning January 1, 2018, complete a Board-approved tutorial on Board statutes and rules.
- A licensee shall participate in continuing education th.at relates to the scope of practice of the license held and to maintaining or improving the skill and competency of the licensee. Toe Board has determined that in addition to the continuing education listed in subsections (B) and (C), the following continuing education meets this standard:
- The Board has determined that a substance abuse technician, associate substance abuse counselor, or an independent substance abuse counselor shall ensure that at least 20 of the 30 clock hours of continuing education required under R4-6-80l(B) are in the following categories:
- Pharmacology and psychopharmacology,
- Addiction processes,
- Models of substance use disorder and addiction treatment,
- Relapse prevention,
- Interdisciplinary approaches and teams in substance use disorder and addiction treatment,
- Substance use disorder and addiction assessment and diagnostic criteria,
- Appropriate use of substance use disorder and addiction treatment modalities,
- Substance use disorder and addiction as it related to diverse populations,
- Substance use disorder and addiction treatment and prevention,
- Clinical application of current substance use disorder and addiction research, or
- Co-occurring disorders.
Credits listed below are for full attendance of the live training. Attendees will sign in upon arrival and after lunch. At the end of the training, attendees will be given an evaluation to complete. After completing the evaluation attendees will receive a certificate of completion for the training.
Arizona Trauma Institute does not issue partial certificates of completion.
NOTE: Credits do not include time for breaks or lunch.
CE Hours Awarded: 6
Training Presenter: Dr. James V. Wilson
Dr. James V. Wilson has over 35 years of diverse experience in Behavioral Healthcare. Beginning in 1976 as a Navy Corpsman assigned to the 2nd Marine Division at Camp LeJune, North Carolina as a Combat Field Medical Technician, and then as an Aerospace Medical Technician assigned to the VAQ- 133 Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington. He utilized integrated care approaches to treat acute, chronic, and traumatic healthcare problems experienced by military personnel. His experience providing services to both military and civilian populations from multi-cultural backgrounds has equipped Dr. Wilson to work efficiently, effectively, and efficaciously with many people from diverse nationalities, cultures, ethnicities, social economic backgrounds, and worldviews. He possesses knowledge and understanding of current evidence based, solution focused, and multi-cultural healing strategies. Including the Biodyne model, Transtheoretical Stages of Change model, Motivational Interviewing model, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model, Person Centered model, Substance Abuse Treatment models, Gambling Therapy model, and mindfulness practices aimed at empowering people to improve their quality of life. Dr. Wilson has experience meeting the unique needs of professional learners in the classroom, online, and in various community settings with a special emphasis on Counselor Development and Self Care, Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, Healthcare Literacy and Disparity, and Social Justice. He is currently Adjunct Faculty at Ottawa University and Grand Canyon University, and Associate Faculty at Arizona State University. Dr. Wilson earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1999, and Master of Arts in Professional Counseling in 2002 from Ottawa University and a Doctorate in Behavioral Health in 2011 from Arizona State.
Event LocationArizona Trauma Institute , 49 S. Sycamore St. #2
Mesa, AZ, 85202