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106 Through a Global Lens: Best
Practices and Challenges in
Multicultural Clinical Supervision
This introductory workshop attends to training contexts and
domestic and international diversity to develop skill sets for
supervisors and those in training. Workshop topics include
(a) emerging best practices in general, multicultural, and
global supervision; (b) applying emerging supervision guidelines for practice; (c) managing supervisees not meeting
performance criteria; and (d) exploring unique supervision
challenges arising through Internet use and web-based technology. The workshop incorporates role plays, vignettes, and
practice exercises to generate solutions and feedback and
develop specific skills for higher quality clinical supervision.
Leaders: David S. Shen-Miller, PhD, MSW, Tennessee State University;
Carol A. Falender, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles; Rodney K.
Goodyear, PhD, University of Houston; Heidi Hutman, MA, University at
107 Transitioning Your Psychology
Practice to Medical Settings:
Competencies, Models, and
This intermediate workshop reviews models of co-location and
integration of psychology practices in private primary care and
specialty medical settings. The curriculum also includes discussion of: the roles of psychologists and behavioral health services in medical settings, strategies for building collaborative
relationships with medical providers, communication guidelines
with health care providers in independent and co-located practices, business issues such as reimbursement and contracts,
and other opportunities and red flags related to psychology
practice in medical settings.
Leader: Helen L. Coons, PhD, Women’s Mental Health Associates,
CE CREDI TS IN TRODUC TOR Y
ENROLLMENT LIMI T
Workshop 107 is part of Dr. Nadine Kaslow’s Presidential Programming.
Complimentary Continental breakfast will be provided
to workshop attendees each morning from 7:00–8:00 a.m.