Supervision openbaar
[search 0]
Meer

Download the App!

show episodes
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
B
Beer Supervision

1
Beer Supervision

Aaron Rajamani and Jesse Richardson

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Maandelijks
 
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
 
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 ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Vor etwas einem Jahr haben wir diesen Cast aufgenommen und dann ist er aufgrund eines kleines Menschlein ein Jahr auf der Festplatte verstaubt. Aber gut Ding will Weile haben oder so... Vielen Dank an den großartigen Kai, der mal wieder unser Gast war.
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about bad behavior. Acting out is communicating nonverbally It is important to transform actions into words What do you do when this doesn’t work Heather and I are want to hear about how you are addressing supervisees with bad behavior. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/life-after-50/202206/what-is-ac…
 
This is the first of a series of podcasts on the upcoming book entitled ‘The Law of ESG Derivatives: Risk, Uncertainty, and Sustainable Finance’ Routledge, 2023. The dual focus of the book on the roles of financial derivatives for managing ESG risks on the one hand, and sociological perspectives of ESG risks and uncertainties on the other, makes it…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about behind the scenes supervision. It really is training No time off Be prepared to be called out Heather and I are want to hear about how you are addressing tough topics in supervision. https://ct.counseling.org/2022/06/behind-the-scenes-with-a-counselor-in-training/…
 
Misrecognition and the projection of others are a perennial problem, but perhaps more so for those who are queer identified. But whoever is at the receiving end of mistaken identity, the effects are very unpleasant as Gill, Andrew, and Rachael come to know first hand in this episode. www.threeassociating.com…
 
The legend returns to us in our time of need.... This episode we welcome back Dr. Josh West to speak to us about what to expect when working with mental health medications and he helps us review a supreme Japanese beer. We dive into the interesting history of psychiatric medications, the basics you should know, and what might new drugs may be aroun…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about the importance of a relationship in supervision. Relationships are not effortless Invest in your supervision relationship All relationships are different, sometimes they change and sometimes they end. Heather and I are want to hear about your supervision relationship ups and downs. https://www.psychol…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about handling difficult relationships in supervision. Direct Communication Identify Motivation Intentional Decision Making Heather and I are want to hear about how you handle challenging relationships. https://ct.counseling.org/2022/05/mental-gymnastics-navigating-challenging-relationships/…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about value of group feedback. Ask for feedback Getting feedback Implementing feedback Heather and I are want to hear about how you give and get feedback in supervision. https://ct.counseling.org/2022/05/how-to-elicit-and-implement-group-feedback/Door Therapy Academy
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about the power of countertransference. Recognize it Manage it Take it to supervision Heather and I are want to hear about how you talk to supervisees about countertransference. https://ct.counseling.org/2022/05/getting-triggered-as-a-counselor/Door Therapy Academy
 
Sorry for the delay! We're back and talking about whether we need to consider religion or spiritualty as part of mental health practice. All while drinking the Galaxy Fart Blaster IPA. We discuss how workers feel about it, what the research says, discuss this history of religion and mental health work and heaps more. Strap yourselves in! Send us yo…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about decluttering our counseling practice. There is a lot of junk out there We like shiny things Decluttering makes you more efficient Heather and I are want to hear about how you are prioritizing in your practice. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/natural-order/202202/why-decluttering-is-hard…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about rewriting your work story. Automatic thoughts Distortions Challenge thoughts Rewrite your story Heather and I are want to hear about your you are ready to rewrite. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/navigating-the-new-workplace/202202/rewriting-your-internal-dialogue-work…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about different models of supervision. Developmental Integrated Orientation Specific Heather and I are curious about how you are incorporating a model of supervision into your supervision. Leddick, G. (1994). Models of Clinical Supervision. (EDO-CG-94-08). ERIC. https://www.counseling.org/resources/library/…
 
This episode we review a Tassie Beer and discuss how technology has and will change the way mental health therapy is provided. Is telehealth effective? Are apps any good? What's coming up? Get some vaguely helpful answers right here! Send us your thoughts or a topic idea! Email: beersupervision@gmail.com Like us on facebook.com/beersupervision Foll…
 
Future Dr. John Pryor, Doctoral Student in Counseling at Oregon State University and LPC/LCPC at John Pryor Counseling, LLC in Kansas City, KS/MO to talk about supervising home-based counselors. References from this episode: 2020 ACES Research Award Recipient Klune, T.J. (2020). The House in the Cerulean Sea. Tor Books. Hosts: Gina Martin Ph.D., LP…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about staying sharp after school. Trust fall Termites Keeping your eyes on the prize Heather and I want to hear about how you think supervision is such an important part of counseling. https://ct.counseling.org/2022/02/voice-of-experience-a-frightening-truth-in-the-profession/…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about decluttering our lives and our counseling practices. Information overload is distracting us from our purpose Information pulls at our heartstrings You are at your best with fewer distractions. Heather and I want to hear about times you have felt overwhelmed with the amount of information you get every…
 
Moin Leute, wir mussten mal kurz ein Baby groß ziehen, aber jetzt kommt das kleine Dinge in seinem Kellerverließ gut alleine klar und wir können uns endlich wieder der Popkultur widmen. Da sind wir doch glatt mitten im Februar ins Kino gerannt und haben uns noch schnell Spider-Man gegeben. Wie uns der Film gefallen hat und, ob es von den Spielkinde…
 
Dr. Carol Klose Smith, Asst. Professor of Counselor Education at Viterbo University to talk about school counseling supervision. Chamberlain, T. M., & Smith, C. K. (2018). Shaping supervisory working alliance from a distance.The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 11(2). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jcps/vol11/iss2/2 Sto…
 
This episode we review a hemp beer and discuss the vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burnout. We discuss how the risk of being exposed to trauma is an unavoidable part of the work we do. However, there is a lot we can do to prepare ourselves and avoid this effecting our own wellbeing. Helpful training: https://professionals.blueknot.org.au/p…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about being focused in supervision Distraction is driven by discomfort Turn things into a game Everything can be interesting or novel Heather and I want to hear about your remedies for feeling distracted in supervision. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/automatic-you/202201/how-be-less-distracted…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about having a game plan for supervision. The plan is important Supervisee driven Documentation: love hate Their world view/your world view Heather and I want to hear about ways that you game plan supervision. https://ct.counseling.org/2021/09/assessment-diagnosis-and-treatment-planning-a-map-for-the-journe…
 
It's Christmas! To celebrate we're cracking open a morning brew and discussing the latest frontier in mental health. We discuss recent research into how the natural environment effects our mental health and how climate change may shape the future of the mental health sector. Some further reading! Systematic literature review on the impact on Climat…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about overcoming imposter syndrome in supervision. Feelings of belonging can be nurtured Competencies, opportunities, motivations, perceptions Connectedness leads to belongingness and meaning Heather and I want to hear about ways that you feel like part of the mental health community. https://www.psychology…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about how we connect with clients. Email or text? Confirmation calls? Google? Heather and I want to hear about how you have made these decisions for yourself. https://ct.counseling.org/2021/10/voice-of-experience-a-not-so-simple-question/Door Therapy Academy
 
We're back for Season 2! This episode we discuss the forces that cause worker shortages in Rural mental health. Why we enjoyed working there, and why we eventually moved to work in a Metro area. Royal Commission into Victorian Mental Health: https://finalreport.rcvmhs.vic.gov.au/download-report/ 00:00 - Intro 04:43 - Beers Introduction 10:45 - What…
 
Dr. Jennifer Cook, Assistant Professor at Marquette University, and Dr. Caroline O’Hara, Assistant Professor at Syracuse University, join Drs. Gina and Gideon to talk about social class in counseling supervision. References: Cook, J. M., & O’Hara, C. (2020). An emerging theory of the persistence of social class microaggressions: an interpretative p…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about feeling disconnected Disconnection and burnout, which comes first the chicken or the egg Get connected, creative, and wonder A little goes a long way Heather and I want to hear about ways that you reconnect. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/tracking-wonder/202109/feeling-disconnected-work-recon…
 
In this episode Heather and I are talking about self-gaslighting. Gaslighting leads to self gaslighting Gaslighting leads to questioning everything Stop gaslighting by changing how you see the past Heather and I want to hear about times when you question yourself as a supervisor. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/emotional-sobriety/202109/wha…
 
Loading …

Korte handleiding

Google login Twitter login Classic login