AzAMFT Clinical Supervision Training and Ethics Update presented by the Arizona Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Date: October 21 and 22, 2016
- Clinical Supervision for New Supervisors, October 21-22, 2016 (12 hours)
- Supervisor Refresher, October 22, 2016 (6 hours)
- Ethics Update, October 22, 2016 (3 hours)
Sonora Behavioral Health
6050 N. Corona Road
Tucson, AZ 85704
There are several hotels to choose from that are close to Sonora Behavioral Health. The following are suggestions:
- Candlewood Suites, Tucson. (1.2 miles) 1995 West River Rd and North LaCholla Rd. (520-373-5799)
- LaPosada Lodge and Casitas, (3.1 miles) 5900 N Oracle Rd, (520- 887-4800)
- Hampton Inn and Suites, Tucson-Mall, (3.1 miles) 5950 N. Oracle Rd (520-618-8000)
- Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort, (4.2 miles) 245 E Ina Rd, Tucson (520-297-1151)
This weekend will cover the AZBBHE 12 hour initial training requirements to be a clinical supervisor in the State of Arizona, the 6 hour supervisor refresher training, and the 3 hour behavioral health ethics. Only participants who attend only the behavioral health ethics portion are eligible for an ethics certificate of completion as the ethics content is contained within the supervisor trainings and will be used to complete those hours. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Keith Cross (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Initial Supervisor Training (12 hours)
- Plan to attend the full twelve hours, Friday and Saturday, if you are not yet a BBHE Approved Supervisor. The 12 hour initial supervisor training is for beginning supervisors or those who need a review of rules and regulations, documentation requirements, or how to interview a potential supervisee, especially if they want to begin providing supervision for licensure through the AZBBHE. Twelve (12) hour Supervision Refresher CE’s Available.
Supervisor Refresher (6 hours)
- Plan to attend Saturday if you are an AZBBHE Approved Supervisor and need the refresher 6 hour training. This second day will be an expansion on the basic core requirements of the AZBBHE presented the day before. The first three hours of this presentation will include the ethics portion, which will review the AZBBHE rules and law changes. The second three hours will be advanced, supervisor-specific content and will also cover the remainder of the AZBBHE requirements specific to supervision. The workshop will provide an opportunity to create great synergy as those new to this training and those who are familiar with it work together. Six (6) hour Supervision Refresher CE’s Available
Recent Ethical, Statutory and BBHE Rules Revisions (3 hours)
- This presentation will address the 2015 update to the AAMFT Code of Ethics and the 2014 update to the ACA Code of Ethics, as well as the updates to the statutes and rules governing the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners that went into effect in 2015. Three (3) hour ethics CEs Available
The Arizona Association for Marriage and Family Therapy provides the community with a relational, contextual and systemic understanding of human behavior. This approach transcends historical models which view individuals as separate from their context, like islands unto themselves. This philosophy respects and recognizes multiple perspectives of human identity and family structure. The work of Marriage and Family Therapists fills a gap that is not addressed by other disciplines.
Marriage and Family Therapists are committed to the highest standards of ethics, education, integrity and professional development. The Arizona Association for Marriage and Family Therapy values and promotes lifelong learning, innovative professional practices and research.
For more information about AzAMFT, please visit: www.azamft.org
Phone: 602-615-2360 – Fax: 480-367-1545 – Email: email@example.com
AzAMFT Board Members
President, Vicki Loyer-Carlson
President Elect, Melissa Baker
Past President, Karen Gage
Secretary, Justin Smith
Treasurer, Ryan Johnson
Student/Associate Rep, Bonnie Mason
Director, Alan Asher
Director, Lisa Gold
Director, Keith Cross
The Supervision Education Committee of AzAMFT is comprised of several AzAMFT members and Board members, and AAMFT Approved Supervisors, who are committed to providing quality supervisor training and continuing education for MFTs and relationally-minded professionals. Members of this committee have extensive supervision and training experience, including having previously taught the 12-hour introductory trainings and the 6-hour refresher trainings designed to meet the requirements for the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, as well as both the 30-hour Foundations of Clinical Supervision and 5-hour refresher course for AAMFT Approved Supervisors. The Supervision Education Committee is chaired by Keith Cross, PhD, LMFT.