Building Competency with Religious & Spiritual Integration in Supervision
1 CE Hour
“Building Competency with Religious & Spiritual Integration in Supervision”
Rebecca Hill & Megan Hersher
Online, anytime access to a pre-recorded webinar.
This webinar was recorded during our 2020 Virtual Counseling and Therapy Summit.
Using Power Point as a guide, speakers will provide an interactive teaching experience with current ASERVIC competencies, discussing their impact in supervision and counseling. Current research examining current barriers and strategies to implementing spirituality into supervision are addressed. Participants will receive information on assessment tools for intake and beyond. Finally, ethics of this type of supervision and client care will be discussed. Case studies will be examined for supervisors and counselor educators to discuss.
- Following this presentation, participants will be able to understand ethical considerations of integrating spiritual/religious concerns within the context of supervision.
- Following this presentation, participants will be able to discuss ASERVIC competencies for spiritual/religious integration in supervision.
- Following this presentation, participants will be able to identify barriers and strategies when integrating religion and/or spirituality into supervision.
About the Speakers
Rebecca D. Hill, LPC-S, MHSP, a current Ph. D. student at Liberty University, studying the effective integration of spirituality and religion in Supervision. She specializes in spiritual integration within a private practice. Megan Hersher, LPC-S, MHSP, Ph. D., a professor at Carson Newman University specializes in supervision with CES department.