How is Florida Mental Health Licensure Services different from other providers teaching the Qualified Supervisor Training?
- We provide you with a Clinical Supervision/Professional Development Manual and instructions for use with supervisees. This manual is designed to become a unique, personal, reference manual for the supervisee. It has been extensively field-tested and has gained excellent reviews.
- We will provide you with already made supervision contracts, consent forms, supervision notes template and much more.
- We use multiple modalities for teaching which include role plays, vignettes, videos of actual supervision from different supervision models, power point and group discussions. We believe in learning from best practices of others and using the group to open discussion of how supervision may be applied to multiple different types of professional settings.
We Will Come to You
The Florida Qualified Supervisor Training is offered upon request throughout Florida. If interested in hosting a training at your location call Kellie Garza M.A., LMHC, CST at 321-403-703 or firstname.lastname@example.org. It is offered as a “bare bones” training and does not include such amenities as luncheon buffets, large convention centers, etc. In this manner, costs can be kept to a minimum, the training can be individualized, and the training can be completed in the most time and cost-effective manner possible. In brief, the experienced, qualified, CEU provider comes to the participant rather than the participant traveling many miles at great cost, requiring hotel accommodations, etc…
Florida Mental Health Licensure is Board Approved Provider #770 and CE Provider for LMHC, LMFT, LCSW and Psychologists. CE Broker #50-606.
64B4-6.0025 Approved Continuing Education Course for Supervisory Training. The continuing education course required to meet the qualifications for a qualified supervisor pursuant to section 491.005, F.S., and subparagraph 64B4-11.007(3)(b)2., paragraph 64B4-21.007(3)(b), and subparagraph 64B4-31.007(2)(b)2., F.A.C., must be offered by a Board approved provider of continuing education and consist of the following:
- It must meet all the requirements of subparagraphs 64B4-6.004(2)(a)1.-5., F.A.C.;
- It must be 12 clock hours of didactic and interactional instruction which must be provided live and delivered in a manner and in such a way that monitors attendance, minimizes distractions, and allows for real-time interaction between the instructor and the attendee; and,
- Must contain content that satisfies the following learning objectives. The participant will:
- Become familiar with the major models of supervision for clinical social work, marriage and family therapy or mental health counseling;
- Gain skills to develop a personal model of supervision, drawn from existing models of supervision and from preferred styles of therapy;
- Understand the co-evolving dynamics of therapist-client and supervisor-therapist-client relationships;
- Explore distinctive issues that arise in supervision;
- Address the contextual variables in practice such as culture, gender, ethnicity, power and economics;
- Become familiar with the ethical, legal and regulatory issues of supervision;
- Review the Florida laws and the board rules governing interns and supervision; and,
- Understand the role of evaluation in supervision.
- Every third biennium, a qualified supervisor shall obtain 4 hours of supervisory training continuing education.
- These hours shall count toward satisfaction of the continuing education hours required for license renewal for the biennium in which the hours are taken.
- The course will:
- Review changes to Florida laws and rules relating to Interns and Supervisors,
- Discuss various electronic delivery systems for supervision and methods for ensuring confidentiality,
- Discuss ethical, legal and regulatory issues of supervision, including documentation of the supervisory sessions,
- Review research of effective supervision models,
- Review challenges in supervision,
- Address how cultural issues can affect the supervisory relationship,
- Discuss accountability of both the supervisor and the intern in the supervisory relationship,
- Discuss the business aspects of supervision,
- Discuss the ethical, legal, and regulatory issues of teletherapy.
Rulemaking Authority 491.004(5), 491.007, 491.0085 FS. Law Implemented 491.007, 491.0085 FS. History–New 12-29-96, Formerly 59P-6.0025, Amended 12-11-97, 8-13-08, 5-8-16, 11-7-16, 3-18-19, 10-14-20.