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Friday, October 12
 

9:00am

This is Different: Supervising Counselors Working with College Student-Athletes
As student-athlete mental health concerns continue to rise and gain attention, many counselors may find themselves working with this population. The system student-athletes are imbedded within presents specific challenges for counselors and supervisors working with this population. Supervisors, come to this session to understand the unique needs of student-athletes, the power structures of athletic departments, and ethical issues that may arise when working with this population.

Speakers
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Sonja Lund

Doctoral Student, Old Dominion University


Friday October 12, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 9

11:00am

The Issue of Access: Clinical Supervision and The School Counselor
In the larger counseling community, clinical supervision by a trained counseling supervisor is mandatory. However, for school counselors, clinical supervision is voluntary. This presentation outlines the current realities of supervision for school counselors, identifies the barriers they face in acquiring supervision/qualified supervisors, presents potential ethical and practical consequences, and offers suggestions to reduce impediments to school counselors’ access to quality supervision.


Speakers
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Chanta Moore

Doctoral Student/Research Assistant, University of South Carolina


Friday October 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 6

11:00am

Training School Counseling Students in Supervision Models: Implications for Counselor Educators
School counselors—both practitioners and students—face issues with pursuing and understanding the value of supervision, given its lack of requirements beyond the master's degree. The presenter will highlight those issues and how introducing students to school counseling supervision models may help begin to address those issues. Suggestions for how to include these supervision models in training will be discussed.

Speakers
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Joseph LeBlanc

Doctoral Student, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Friday October 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 3
 
Saturday, October 13
 

8:00am

Best Practice Guidelines to Facilitate Post Traumatic Growth Among Trauma Counselors
Counselors who experience vicarious trauma have reported growing in self, making a difference, and finding their own ways to process the trauma work (Bartoskova, 2017). This presentation will review constructs of meaning-making, social support, and empathy, to help supervisors facilitate posttraumatic growth among counselors. Attendees will learn predictors of vicarious trauma and posttraumatic growth in counselors, supervision interventions and best practice guidelines for PTG facilitation.

Speakers
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Jennifer Deaton

Ph.D. Student, Jennifer D Deaton


Saturday October 13, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 4

9:00am

Supervision Experiences Related to Secondary Traumatic Stress When Treating Sexual Abuse Survivors
The study sought to examine the supervision experiences of counselors providing treatment to child sexual abuse survivors related to Secondary Traumatic Stress. The consensual qualitative research methodology was utilized to capture the experiences of counselors undergoing the phenomena. Domains, core ideas, and cross-analyses results derived from the data will be reported. Implications for future research, counselor educators, and clinical supervisors will be discussed.

Speakers
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Brooke Wymer

Doctoral Candidate, University of South Carolina


Saturday October 13, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 4

11:00am

An Exploration of the Experiences of Counselor Education Doctoral Students Supervising Across Tracks
The focus of this presentation is on the growing trend of doctoral students providing supervision to multiple graduate-level students from different tracks than the doctoral students’ counseling experience and/or educational background. This phenomenological look at the subjective nature of these doctoral students expands insight into how doctoral-level student supervisors navigate their cross-track supervision experiences.

Speakers
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Jessie Guest

Doctoral Candidate, University of South Carolina
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Christopher Hipp

Ph.D., Ed.S., LPC, NCC, University of South Carolina
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Dodie Limberg

Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina
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Donya Wallace

PhD Candidate, University of SC, College of Education
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Brooke Wymer

Doctoral Candidate, University of South Carolina


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 1

11:00am

Animal Assisted Interventions in Supervision: Review, Research, and Implications
Robust literature exists in support of the inclusion of Animal Assisted Interventions (AAI) in therapy settings, yet little is known about the effects of AAI in the context of supervision. Recent conceptual literature has promoted the potential benefits of the inclusion of AAI in supervision. This session will review conceptual support for integrating AAI in supervision and discuss results of a recent case study on AAI in supervision. Implications and future research will be described.

Speakers
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Connie Couch

University of Northern Colorado


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 8

11:00am

Are You a Woke Supervisor? Using a Relational-Cultural and Solution-Focused Approach to Supervision
This presentation focuses on facilitating supervision with a relational cultural therapy approach and emphasis of solution-focused supervision to assist with broaching intersectionality in supervision to foster growth amongst the supervisor-supervisee alliance. Attendees will learn how to facilitate creating a safe space to help supervisees authentically become more self-aware when working with clients of diverse populations.

Speakers
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Patrice Leopold

Doctoral Student, Doctoral Student


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 6

11:00am

Assessing Supervision Outcomes Using Single Case Research Design
Single case research design (SCRD) is being used increasingly in research on evidence-based practices in counseling. This session introduces SCRD and its applications for clinical supervision and improved supervisee outcomes. Suggestions for SCRD-supported group supervision and site supervision for both school and clinical mental health supervisees will be presented.

Speakers
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Quentin Hunter

Instructor, University of Louisville
Quentin is a licensed professional associate working in community and school settings in Louisville, Ky. He received his M.Ed. in counselor education from Augusta University in 2015 and is currently a doctoral candidate in counselor education and supervision at the University of Louisville... Read More →


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 10

11:00am

Considerations for Supervisors Working with Counselors New to Integrated Healthcare Settings
Researchers have found that counselors need additional training to work in an integrated healthcare setting (Glueck, 2015). Additional training in health comorbidities, psychopharmacology, behavioral health consultations, and various ethical/legal considerations may be necessary. Topics regarding specialized supervision in these areas will be discussed, as it related to appropriate training, consultation, and evaluation of these skills and practices for counselors new to the integrated care model.

Speakers
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Mercedes Ingram

Doctoral Candidate, The University of Texas at San Antonio



Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 12

11:00am

Developmental Supervision: Advancing Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competence
Counseling supervision plays a critical role in the development of future counselors. Given the growing emphasis on multiculturalism and social justice, it is important for models of supervision to include a clear and specific focus on promoting cultural awareness, humility, responsiveness, and social action in counselors. This presentation will introduce a model of supervision which utilizes developmental theory in conjunction with the multicultural counseling and social justice competencies.

Speakers
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Alex Hilert

The College of William and Mary


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 2

11:00am

Ensuring Beneficial Doctoral Practicum Supervision Amidst Inequity of Experience
Doctoral practicum supervision can be challenging partially due to the inequity of the experience of the group members. By the time doctoral students enter the practicum, some may already be licensed while others may have just begun their post-masters experience. Effective strategies and insights from experiences in group supervision during the doctoral practicum will be discussed. Specific focus will be on providing strategies to diminish the variance between skills level and insight.

Speakers
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Susan Lahey

Director of Graduate Counseling, Trevecca Nazarene University
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Kristi Lorenz

Trevecca Nazarene University
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Alice Sanderlin

Doctoral Candidate, Alice Sanderlin Therapy


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 7

11:00am

Multi-Level, Multi-Modal Training Supervisory Approach for Developing Counselors in Training
Creating an efficient model of supervision that utilizes resources to save time and energy is necessary. Educators supervising both master's students in their practicum/internship experiences, as well as, doctoral student supervisors may become over-worked and overburdened by this responsibility. This presentation shares the lived experiences of participants in a multi-level model and the relationships experienced isomorphically by both the counselors in training and the supervisors in training.

Speakers
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Christina McGrath Fair

Doctoral Student, University of Florida
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Daniel Melear

UF TA/3rd Yr Doc Student, University of Florida



Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 4

11:00am

Multicultural Supervision and Competency Across the Clinical Lifespan
Counselors are tasked with the responsibility of remaining culturally competent in an ever-changing counseling field. While there is an inherent implication to pursue continuing multicultural education after graduation and licensure, no formal accountability structure exists for counselors to develop their self-awareness and cultural humility. This session will provide a rationale for longitudinal multicultural education throughout the clinical lifespan, providing a brief model for implementation.

Speakers
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Marlon Johnson

PhD Candidate, The University of Tennessee
I'm a Third Year PhD Candidate at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. My passion for diversity and inclusion drives me toward collaborative research for African American Male recruitment and retention in counselor education, culturally responsive supervisory practices, and innovative... Read More →



Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 9

11:00am

Promoting Safety in the Supervision of Difficult Cultural Experiences
Understanding how to create a safe environment where counselor supervisees feel encouraged to discuss challenging conversations is a hallmark of quality supervision. Supervisees experience barriers, such as not wanting to seem incompetent or feeling ashamed and uncertain of their ability, to share honest feelings. This workshop will discuss the conditions necessary for creating safe spaces to encourage challenging dialogue and brave spaces to promote mutually beneficial supervisory experiences.

Speakers
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Justin Brogan

Assistant Professor, Murray State University


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 13

11:00am

Supervisees' Inherent Qualities and Their Impact in Supervision
Inherent supervisee qualities, such as self-differentiation and shame can negatively impact the working relationship in supervision. This presentation addresses these constructs and summarizes key literature that focuses on addressing how supervisors that are attuned to their trainees’ unique and individual qualities may allow better supervision experiences and facilitate a better working relationship. Strategies for helping supervisors to maximize the working alliance will also be highlighted.

Speakers
avatar for Latonia Cox

Latonia Cox

Bilingual Clinical Therapist, HTG Counseling and Consulting


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 14

11:00am

The Impact of Supervision on Counselor Self-Efficacy: Working with Suicidal Clients
Given that suicide rates have increased by 60% in the last 50 years counselors must be trained in risk assessments and feel confident in effectively providing care to individuals who are suicidal. Supervision has been found to promote counselor self-efficacy, but limited research has studied this relationship in regard to working with suicidal clients. This program examines the relationship between elements of supervision on counselor’s self-efficacy when working with suicidal clients.

Speakers
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Dixie Powers

Adjunct Faculty, United States


Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 3

11:00am

The Supervision House: A Developmental Tool for Group Supervision
This program introduces the Supervision House, a technique used in the group supervision of doctoral student supervisors who are supervising masters counseling students. The Supervision House serves as a metaphor/tool to address factors that impact the supervisor as well as the developmental tasks of the supervisor. The presenters will demonstrate ways to use the technique in group supervision.

Speakers
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Helen Lupton-Smith

Clinical Coordinator/ Teaching Assistant Professor, NC State University
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Angie Smith

Teaching Associate Professor, North Carolina State University
Angie Smith is a Teaching Associate Professor at North Carolina State University, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Supervisor (LPC-S) in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her experience as well as research and teaching interests include career counseling and development, online teaching... Read More →
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Courtney Walters

PhD student, Graduate Teaching Assistant, North Carolina State University
Courtney Walters is a third-year doctoral student and graduate teaching assistant in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development (ELPHD) Counselor Education program at North Carolina State University (NCSU). She is also an adjunct lecturer at the University of North... Read More →



Saturday October 13, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 5

1:00pm

Supervising International Counseling Students
International counseling students, who are unfamiliar with the dominant culture in the U.S., experience unique challenges related to their daily lives and clinical work. However, as counselor educators, we frequently neglect this population. Therefore, this supervision model illuminates how adding culturally responsive components to traditional supervision models can better serve international counseling students.

Speakers
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Shuhui Fan

Student, The College of William and Mary
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Natoya Haskins

Associate Professor, SACES President, College of William and Mary


Saturday October 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Palisades Foyer
  • Program ID Poster 6