(Webinar) Working through Fear and Anxiety in Supervision
Earn 2.0 CEUs (pending MAMFT application to the MN MFT Regulatory Board)! $60 for MAMFT members only
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Presented By: Jessie Everts, PhD LMFT
Workshop Description: This workshop will explore sources of fear and anxiety that are common in students, interns, supervisees, and new professionals, and ways in which supervisors can assist those under their supervision to work through these issues along their journey to becoming effective, brave, and ethical therapists.
Workshop Objectives: The objective of this workshop is to prepare supervisors to be able to work with fear and anxiety as they arise in students, interns, supervisees, and new professionals under their supervision. The workshop will be presented from a family therapy practice perspective, and will address common fears and anxieties that have arisen specifically in MFT practice and supervision settings.
Presenter Bio: Jessie Everts, PhD LMFT is the Owner and Founder of Empower Mental Health, an inclusive and empowering health organization offering therapy, training, supervision, and consultation with the goal of empowering all toward better mental health. Dr. Everts has previous experience in behavioral health administration and management, graduate level teaching, and providing and supervising mental health services in diverse settings. Dr. Everts received her doctorate in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She specializes in co-occurring disorders, strength-based supervision, mindfulness/meditation, trauma-informed care, and integrating research and practice.
Refund Policy: No refunds will be given for this webinar.
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