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Gatekeeping in Counselor Supervision


1.5 CE Hours Approved by NBCC

“Gatekeeping in Counselor Supervision”

Shelley Salter, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Registration will close at 11am CST on July 30, 2020.


Online (GoToWebinar)

Presentation Date/Time

July 30, 2020
12-1:30pm (CST)

Lincoln Memorial Counselor Education faculty present on the basics of Counseling Supervision with a focus on developmental framework and gate keeping. Presentation will start with an interactive quiz and continue with a presentation of various supervision models, with a focus on the Supervisor-Intern relationship. The presentation will conclude with a focus on research and case examples related to gatekeeping.

Workshop Objectives

  1. Seminar attendees will review the basics of counseling supervision and the importance of using a developmental framework.
  2. Seminar attendees will learn the importance of relationship factors between Site Supervisor and Counseling Intern.
  3. Seminar attendees will review literature and case examples focused on gatekeeping in the counseling profession.

About the Speaker

Shelley Salter, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Dr. Shelley Salter is an Assistant Professor of Education and Counseling Practicum and Internship Coordinator at Lincoln Memorial University. Dr. Salter is a licensed school counselor in Tennessee and Georgia. In addition to school counseling, Dr. Salter has worked as a crisis counselor, school-based therapist, and program coordinator for two non-profits in Tennessee. She also volunteers time to the Volunteer Advocacy Project (VAP) and Family Justice Center. Dr. Salter’s research interests include Trauma Informed School Counseling and Gatekeeping/Mentoring in Counselor Education.

Presenter Contact

If you any questions, please contact Shelley Salter.

TLPCA Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.