Upon completion, the students will
1. become familiar and demonstrate knowledge related to theories and practices of counselor supervision
2. understand the purpose of clinical supervision, models of supervision, and the roles and relationships related to clinical supervision
3. understand legal, ethical, and multicultural issues associated with clinical supervision
4. demonstrate the application of theory and skills to clinical supervision
5. develop and demonstrate a personal style of supervision
6. develop and demonstrate a personal philosophy of teaching and learning.
7. demonstrate course design, delivery, and evaluation methods appropriate to course objectives.
8. demonstrate the ability to assess the needs of counselors in training and develop techniques to help students develop into competent counselors through individual and group supervision
9. understand the major counseling theories, strengths and weaknesses, and applicability to multicultural populations in assisting masters Practicum students in supervision.
10. understand and demonstrate methods for evaluating counseling effectiveness.
11. understand the effectiveness of models and treatment strategies of crises, disasters, and other trauma causing events through the supervision.
12. demonstrate an understanding of case conceptualization for work in individual and group supervision.