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Supervision Simplified

Supervision Simplified Podcast

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Welcome to Supervision Simplified, the ultimate podcast for mental health clinical supervisors. Join us as we delve into the world of supervision, sharing insightful strategies, captivating stories, and thought-provoking conversations with clinicians seeking, providing, and supporting supervision. Our mission is simple yet powerful: to educate and elevate counselors, social workers, and psychologists, empowering them to serve their communities at the highest level of fidelity and service. Th ...
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Spielkinder unter Supervision

Spielkinder unter Supervision

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Herzlich Willkommen bei den Spielkindern! Wie der Name schon nicht sagt, sind wir ein kostenloser Podcast über Filme, Serien und Videogames. Mit einer etwas frecheren Zunge machen wir Reviews zu aktuellen Kinofilmen, zerlegen und interpretieren altbekannte Werke und quatschen über Themen aus dem Gamingbereich. Interessiert dich alles nicht? Dann freut es dich vielleicht, dass wir darauf scheißen, dass das Internet offensichtlich ein fotographisches Gedächtnis hat und bei jedem Cast zu Beginn ...
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Three Associating is a podcast that offers the listener a peek behind the closed doors of therapists working within a relational psychoanalytic model. Join Rachael and Andrew as they explore with their supervisor Gill how their own hidden feelings and motivations influence the therapeutic process and affect their patients. In each episode, a relational dilemma arising in the context of work with a fictitious patient is explored. While reasons of confidentiality and privacy mean that none of ...
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Welcome to Zero Supervision Comics! Every week we discuss new releases and dive into the history of the characters so that whether you are a long time reader or just buying your first issue you can understand exactly what's going on. We post new episodes every Wednesday.
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Supervision Time

The PodTalk Network

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Counseling can be a balancing act. On this podcast, part of the PodTalk Network, the hosts Gina Martin and Dr. Gideon Litherland will be interviewing current counseling supervisors to have conversations about supervision and the many facets that go into facilitating a supervisory relationship. If you are looking for more perspectives on how to handle those challenging conversations in counseling supervision, or if you are a student learning how to approach a supervisor, this podcast will app ...
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Zero Supervision

Zero Supervision

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Join Billy and Joe as they look at the funniest and strangest stories from the internet. We bring you the absurdity of life that we come across on a daily basis and present to you with our own comedic twists. Look for new episodes every day!
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Beer Supervision

Aaron Rajamani and Jesse Richardson

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Learn about the joys of working in Mental Health over a Cold Brew. Join an Early Career Psychologist and Social Worker as they take an honest look at what it's like to work in the Mental Health field, interview expert guests, and review some local beers. Welcome to your first sesh. Questions, Thoughts, and Enquiries: beersupervisionpodcast@gmail.com
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Engaging in reflective practice helps us to understand our thoughts, feelings, actions, and reactions in any given situation. It is in this ongoing reflection that we gain insight, self-awareness, and the ability to shift perspective. When we engage in reflective supervision in our work, we have the opportunity to have someone hold space for us to deconstruct an experience/situation so that we can understand ourselves and others more clearly. As professionals who engage in relationship-based ...
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These podcasts series will deliver to you the main ideas discussed in the book Regulation and Supervision of the OTC Derivatives Market written by Dr. Ligia Catherine Arias-Barrera, published by Routledge in 2018, and ranked third within the best new banking law books to read in 2018 and 2019 by BookAuthority. In 2024 this podcast explores the key discussions of the book The Law of ESG Derivatives: Risk, Uncertainty and Sustainable Finance by Dr. Ligia Catherine Arias-Barrera. (Routledge, 2024)
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Heather and I are talking about learning lessons we learn in life transitions. Be more aware of your feelings Find your people Be kind to yourself Can you tell Heather and I how you are kind to yourself during transition? https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/get-out-of-your-mind/202406/5-life-lessons-for-my-son-before-he-leaves-for-college…
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Welcome to "Supervision Simplified," your essential podcast for mastering the intricacies of clinical supervision. This episode dives deep into the critical yet often overlooked topic of supervision contracts. Learn why a clear and detailed contract is crucial, even in states where it's not legally mandated, as it sets the foundation for transparen…
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Heather and I are talking about how we feel about aging as a supervisor. Ageism is in the eye of beholder Internalized messages Coping? Self esteem, be healthy, find joy and meaning Heather and I want to hear about how think about yourself as an aging supervisor. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-search-for-meaning-after-age-50/202406/fin…
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In this episode of Supervision Simplified, we are thrilled to welcome Lisa Duez, the dynamic founder of Turning Point Counseling and the inspiration behind the Coalition Connection Conference in Virginia Beach. Lisa shares her impressive journey, including her upcoming adventure walking the Camino in Europe and her inspiring plans for the future. J…
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In the second of our special episodes of “Supervision Simplified”, we again bring the discussion “in-house” with another introductory interview with the other half of our co-hosting dream team - Dr. Amy Parks. Amy shares how her early love of teaching and higher education led to her finding her purpose in supervision and helping nurture future gene…
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Heather and I are talking about tempering a tantrum. Distressing Focus on behaviors Move forward and reflect Heather and I want to hear about times you have defused a temper tantrum. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-forgiving-life/202404/6-ideas-for-tempering-the-tantrums-in-your-partner What It's Like To Be... What's it like to be a Cat…
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Heather and I are talking about the stress of being in the moment. Expectations We gain perspective from imperfect moments Expectations get in our way Heather and I want to hear about how you find balance between being in the moment and being messy. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-big-reframe/202402/how-savor-every-moment-leads-to-unnec…
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In this week’s special episode of “Supervision Simplified”, we bring the discussion “in-house” with an introductory interview with one-half of our amazing co-hosting team - Valarie Harris. From her early days resolving schoolyard conflicts to building the premier trauma therapy group practice in Tennessee (Trauma & Therapy Center Of Tennessee), you…
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In this episode it becomes clear that Andrew and his patient Manuela are unconsciously co-constructing a dynamic in which Manuela is under pressure to be cultured and cool in order to maintain Andrew's admiration, while Andrew is under pressure to take up a lesser position. As the supervision unfolds, Andrew becomes aware of how his envy is at the …
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Moin zusammen, ihr fragt euch, ob es sich lohnt vor dem Weltuntergang eure wertvolle Zeit in die Fall Out Serie zu investieren, dann seid ihr hier genau richtig, denn das klären wir spoilerfrei. Ihr habt die Serie geschaut und habt Bock euch noch weiter mit ihr auseinanderzusetzen, dann seid ihr ebenfalls richtig hier. Denn wir sprechen lange und d…
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Heather and I are talking about our neighbors with a mental health diagnosis. Fear Myths Missed opportunities Heather and I want to hear about ways that you noticed stigma effecting your own mental health neighborhood. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/beyond-mental-health/202402/are-neighbors-with-mental-health-conditions-welcome…
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As a supervisee, we must connect with as many populations as possible to broaden our skills as emerging clinicians. As our guest today, MacKenzie, perfectly illustrates, we may find a more rewarding experience moving outside our initial focus groups. So what are the ways we can explore these alternatives? How does effective supervision help mold ou…
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Heather and I are talking about feeling overwhelmed in a helping role Feelings are complicated Burnout isn’t a final destination Plans change Heather and I want to hear about ways you help yourself when you are feeling overwhelmed in your professional role. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-family-caregiver/202404/caregiving-is-stressful-…
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We all understand that being ethically sound is one of the most important cornerstones of our profession. Ethical lapses, whether unintentional or not, can have wide-ranging effects on our clients and erode the trust and efficacy of our professional interactions. Instilling a strong sense of ethical duty in our supervisees is therefore essential to…
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Professional training and continued education are vital to our ongoing development and understanding, both with our clients and supervisees. But are all accreditations as useful and impactful as we may think? What should we be conscious of when picking our CE programs? In this episode of “Supervision Simplified,” Dr. Amy Parks and Valerie Harris di…
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How do your generational traits affect your workplace outlook? What considerations should we make when interacting within multigenerational practices? How can we leverage the positive attributes of each generation to provide better supervision outcomes? In this episode of “Supervision Simplified,” Dr. Amy Parks and Valerie Harris unpack the complex…
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In this episode of "Supervision Simplified," Dr. Amy Parks and Valerie Harris return with part two of their series on assessment, this time delving into three advanced tools designed to enhance the supervision experience. These assessments bridge the gap between theory and practice, offering a roadmap for both supervisors and supervisees to navigat…
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Are you using assessments to bridge the gap in knowledge and understanding with your supervisees? What important insights can these assessments provide and how can you use them to craft a better supervisory relationship? In today’s episode, Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie Harris focus on the importance of outside-specific assessments, how to utilize them…
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In this week’s episode, Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie Harris discuss the importance of being informed and receptive in both our clinical and supervisory settings and how to draw back our inherent biases by expanding our knowledge and exposure to new and uncomfortable ideas. Amy and Valarie discuss the parallel process, where to find and source quality …
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In this episode of “Supervision Simplified,” we explore the extensive skill sets required of today’s supervisors and how broadening these abilities will lead to successful and rewarding outcomes with your supervisees. Amy and Valarie discuss the “trifecta” of coaching, counseling, and teaching as they relate to Supervision while providing their own…
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On this week’s episode of "Supervision Simplified,” Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie L. Harris discuss the complexities of interstate licensure, and how the varying designations and state-specific legislations are creating confusion and liability in the supervisory model, as well as the wider mental health profession. Amy and Valarie cover the tax liabili…
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Heather and I are talking about how we can avoid enabling in supervision. Enabling hinders personal growth Supporting doesn’t mean shielding Our task is empower independence Heather and I want to hear about times when you have caught yourself enabling a supervisee. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/liking-the-child-you-love/202402/the-5-pitfa…
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In today’s episode of “Supervision Simplified,” we are excited to be joined by our amazing friend Jackie Flynn. Jackie is a Registered Play Therapist, as well as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, helping individuals, groups, and families through Play Therapy and Expressive Arts, EMDR, Hypnotherapy, Video Self Modeling, Adolescent Life Coaching, E…
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Heather and I are talking about giving supervisees room to play and grow. Let kids be kids Build trust and belief in themselves Play is an opportunity Heather and I want to hear about ways that you allow your supervisees to grow and be themselves. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/202401/let-kids-have-fun-on-the-sports-field…
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In this episode of "Supervision Simplified," Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie Harris discuss real-life supervision stories, covering the challenges and successes they've encountered. They touch on the difficulties of finding the right supervisor, dealing with mismatches, and the impacts of these relationships on professional growth. This episode emphasize…
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This episode is a second sneak peek into the upcoming book: The Law of ESG Derivatives: risk, uncertainty and sustainable finance (Routledge, 2024). It examines the impact of ESG derivatives on sustainability goals. It explores how these financial instruments can align investment strategies with ESG principles to drive positive environmental and so…
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Liebe Fisch-, Meer- und Landmenschen, hier ein aktueller Beitrag der Spielkinder unter Supervision über Liebe und Leidenschaft unter Wasser und an Land. Diesmal besprechen Benni und Katrin die Realverfilmung von Arielle und bekommen Synchronfachwissen per Einspieler von Jan geboten (unbedingt auschecken: theurich-media.de). Neben einer ausführliche…
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Heather and I are talking about feeling average. Most people that think they are average People call themselves average What are the benefits or drawbacks of thinking you are average Heather and I want to hear about you support your supervisees to see how they are exceptional. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/psychology-yesterday/202402/why-…
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Dive into "Supervision Simplified" as Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie Harris explore the transformative power of supervision in this compelling episode. They delve into the intricacies of the supervisory relationship, emphasizing trust, respect, and collaboration as foundational elements. By sharing insights on attunement, continuous learning, and the im…
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Rachael comes to realise that feeling provoked by the patient’s apparent self-centredness in enactments that occur in the waiting room and in the session has led to a wish to be provocative in return. She first enjoys then tussles with revenge fantasies. By talking through these fantasies and owning their pleasure, she recognises their meaning, and…
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Heather and I are talking about the impact of expectations on learning. Pressure to perform Over focus on outcomes Managing expectation of others Heather and I want to hear about how you help your supervisees to manage their expectations. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/sport-between-the-ears/202312/how-expectations-can-lead-to-frustration-…
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In this "Supervision Simplified" episode, hosts Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie Harris share their paths to becoming clinical supervisors. From their beginnings in school systems and private practice, they delve into the motivations and challenges that shaped their supervisory roles. They discuss the complexities of licensure, the critical role of mentor…
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Join us for the first episode of "Supervision Simplified" with hosts Dr. Amy Parks and Valarie Harris as they kick off a groundbreaking journey into the heart of clinical supervision. This isn't just another podcast; it's a mission to revolutionize how mental health professionals engage with supervision. With stories from the trenches, innovative s…
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Heather and I are talking about getting organized in the new year. Start small Buy yourself some space Organization includes brain tricks Heather and I would love for you to share some of your organization hacks that have helped you. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/decisions-and-the-brain/202312/three-self-help-tricks-for-busy-people…
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First sneak peak of the upcoming book: ‘ The Law of ESG Derivatives: Risk, Uncertainty and Sustainable Finance’ to be published by Routledge during the first semester of 2024. This book weaves together a comprehensive legal analysis of sustainable finance regimes governing Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) derivatives, with insightful sociol…
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Heather and I are talking about the overuse of labels. Narcissistic personality disorder, all diagnosis is complex Labels keep us from seeing people more clearly A rose by any other name would smell as sweet Heather and I want to hear about a time you were given a label that didn’t fit. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/beyond-mental-health/2…
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Keine Ahnung warum es zwei Jahre gedauert hat bis wir uns an den Film gewagt haben, aber wir haben endlich mal Ghostbusters: Afterlife nachgeholt und beruhigt festgestellt, dass sich die Ereignisse von 2016 nicht wiederholt haben.... aber den Rest erzählen wir euch im Podcast. Gerne dürft ihr Werbung für uns Spielkinder machen ;)…
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Nachdem wir uns Freaks Out angeschaut haben, ist uns eigenfallen, dass wir einen Podcast über Filme und so ein Zeug haben. Naja eine prima Gelegenheit die verstaubten Mikros auszugraben und zu schauen, ob wir das podcasten noch drauf haben. Neben einer ausführlichen Filmbesprechung (es gibt auch einen kurzen spoilerfreien Teil), reden wir über unse…
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Heather and I are talking about finding the chaos that helps us do our best work. Orderly doesn’t equal healthy Not too much, not too little…just right Take a closer look Heather and I want to hear about the system of chaos that works best for you. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/embrace-the-unknown/202312/a-healthy-human-mind-has-elements-…
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Heather and I are talking about being aware of differences and similarities in communication styles. Non verbal communication varies between culture Context impacts communication Awareness is increasing your sensitivity Heather and I want to hear about some snafus you have had with communication and how you recovered. https://www.psychologytoday.co…
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Heather and I are talking about how the past can repeat itself. Patterns are hard to break Patterns are unconscious Patterns can repeat at work https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/brothers-sisters-strangers/202309/5-ways-the-sibling-dynamic-reappears-in-adult-relationships What It's Like To Be... What's it like to be a Cattle Rancher? FBI Speci…
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In this episode, Rachael encounters a worthy adversary in the elegant and charismatic Iris. Beguiled by Iris charm and colourful stories Rachael can’t help feeling seduced. However she also feels manipulated and is irritated with herself and Iris. Nevertheless she still feels the pull to captivation in the session. In the end, Rachael ⁠ realises th…
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Heather and I are talking about learning from our failures. What do we need to learn What we need to learn instead What do we need to do about it Heather and I would love to hear about some of your failures and the lesson you learned from them. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/to-choose-or-not-to-choose/202309/what-exactly-do-we-learn-from-f…
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Heather and I are talking about creating clients and supervisees that are motivated and autonomous. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivators Autonomy improves learning Money is nice too, but autonomy is still more powerful Heather and I would love to hear about what motivates you. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/why-so-curious/202309/play-with-mo…
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