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Supervision and Training: Transformation to a Communitarian Competence Culture
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10/22/2016
When: Saturday, October 22, 2016
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: First Prebysterian Church of Berkeley
2407 Dana Street
Berkeley, California  94707
United States
Presenter: W. Brad Johnson, PhD
Contact: 916 286-7979


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Division II - Education and Training Conference

Supervision and Training:
Transformation to a Communitarian Competence Culture

Presented by: W. Brad Johnson, PhD, Professor of Psychology, U.S. Naval Academy & Johns Hopkins University

October 22, 2016

First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley
2407 Dana Street
Berkeley, CA 94704

 

Onsite Registration 7:45 am - 8:45 am. Workshop is from 9 am - 4 pm

Parking: There is public parking under the church for a fee . Enter via the Channing Way driveway . There is additional parking in the Telegraph Channing Garage located on Channing across the street from the church

ONSITE REGISTRATION FEE:

 CPA or CPA Division II Member
$130
 Non-Member
$160

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This highly interactive and practical workshop will focus on transformational and communitarian approaches to training and supervision in professional psychology. This workshop will emphasize ethical issues bearing on relationships with trainees and strategies for preparing for career-long competence. In contrast to current training cultures that tend to exclusively emphasize individual responsibility for attaining and continuously assessing competence, a communitarian approach tends to also emphasize the salience of collegial engagement and compassion in preserving competence. This workshop will blend didactic presentation, case vignette analysis, and strategic discussions. The workshop will conclude with numerous concrete strategies for implementing a communitarian training culture and stimulating more transformational trainer-trainee relationships.

OBJECTIVES:

As a result of attending this training, participants should be able to:
  • Describe the salient ethical issues related to assessing and preserving competence.
  • List the attributes and behaviors of a transformational training psychologist.
  • Explain some key components of a communitarian training culture.
  • Articulate the mechanisms by which a training psychologist might prepare trainees for maintaining career-long professional competence in practice that leads to excellent clinical care.

CE:

CPA is co-sponsoring this event with CPA Division II Education and Training to offer this 6 CE program. The California Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents

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