Event date: 10/2/2024 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Export event
NASWMN Chapter
/ Categories: Online, Supervision

3 Secrets to Successful Supervision

Lunch N Learn Webinar

 

Wednesday, October 2, 2024 - 12-1 p.m. CT via Zoom

Presenter: Laura Beaver, LCSW

1 CEU - may be counted as Supervision

 

Excellent supervision in social work is essential for the professional growth, well-being, and effectiveness of practitioners. It ensures that social workers provide ethical, high-quality services while receiving the support and guidance necessary to navigate the complexities of their profession.  It also has a large influence on a social worker's experience in the field and rate of burnout.  Excellent supervision provides professional development, high-quality of service, emotional support, assistance with ethical decision-making, accountability, risk management, and continuous improvement.  How do you do all of that in an hour every week?  Join us to hear from our presenter!

You will receive the access link the day before the webinar.

 

About the Presenter

Laura Beaver is an LCSW in Texas who is EMDR trained and an IFS Level One practitioner. She obtained her BSW from Baylor University and her MSW from Washington University in St. Louis. She has over 16 years of experience teaching and leadership in BSW and MSW programs. Her passion is in investing in the next generation of social workers through unmatched support and innovation with supervision, field instructors, and field education.  She does this through consulting and teaching current and future supervisors as well as working with social work education programs to innovate and enhance their field education systems.  When she is not consulting, she is in private practice at Oak and Willow Counseling in Flower Mound, TX where she utilizes IFS and EMDR to help those who have experienced trauma, grief, and loss. 

 

 

Pricing and Registration

NASW Members - FREE - Register here (NASW members only)

Not-Yet-Members - $15 - Register here

 

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