Supervisor Training

Mark Manzanares welcomes you - 

As a site supervisor to the Department of Counselor Education at Adams State University and emphasizes the importance of the supervisor training and the role of site supervisors in our program.  

Mollie Benton introduces the supervisor training -

Including navigation/lay-out of the training, and offers support to our site supervisors through bi-weekly contact.  

Jared Thiemann defines the department's professional expectations of students -

including interactions with others on site, the ACA code of ethics, confidentiality, effective communication, timeliness and respectfulness.

Laura Bruneau outlines the requirements of practicum - 

Role of the site supervisor, expectations of students, required hours and weekly supervision with coordinating documentation. 

Cheri Meder describes the internship - 

required hours, examples of direct service, expectations of students, weekly supervision, role of the supervisor, communication with the clinical coordinator and instructor of record. 

Courtney Allen explains the emphasis offered in school counseling -

Examples of school counseling activities and grade level requirements.

Janessa Henninger explains the emphasis offered in clinical mental health - 

Aspects of clinical mental health counseling, expectations of students, required courses and licensure verification.

Joel Givens focuses on models of supervision -

Specifically aspects about the models that are useful during supervision at the site with students. Joel explores 3 different categories of supervision.