Effective Supervision: Addressing Long-Term Virtual Team Needs Webinar 4
Rick Goscha, PhD.Ally Mabry, LMSW
HELD: Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 10:00am – 11:30am (PST)
Please join us for the webinar: Effective Supervision: Addressing Long-Term Virtual Team Needs. This is the fourth webinar in the 11-webinar series, Minimizing Disruptions in Care Through the Use of Behavioral Telehealth (Video and Phone). The goal of this webinar is to increase participant’s ability to meet the basic, psychological, and self-fulfillment needs of their team while supervising virtually.
Learning Objectives include:
Participants will be able to list at least two key elements of effective clinical supervision with practitioners to support the delivery of high-quality client care.
Participants will be able to describe at least two strategies for establishing an effective supervisory relationship with practitioners virtually to support high-quality client care.
Participants will be able to identify at least two best practices for preparing for virtual clinical supervision with practitioners to support high-quality client care.
This webinar series is intended to not only build skills in telehealth, but also to highlight some of the learning from the field in offering behavioral telehealth services. We want to hear from you, so please bring your innovations, success stories and learning from your own transition to telehealth resulting from COVID-19.
Dr. Goscha is a co-developer of the Strengths Model and has extensive experience implementing the model in the United States and internationally (Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Canada, and the Netherlands). The Strengths Model has been implemented with diverse populations including adults with serious mental illness, transition-age youth, older adults, children with severe emotional disturbance, and individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders.
Ally received her master’s degree in social work in 1997. Prior to joining the staff at the University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare in 2007, she was the assistant director of a large, urban, community mental health center in the Kansas City area. She has extensive experience with implementation of evidence based best practices (EBP’s) for adults and transition age youth who experience serious mental illness. She has supported over 25 case management teams in Kansas to implement Strengths Model Case Management to high fidelity, and she has also supported programs in California, Texas, Iowa, Canada, Hong Kong, and New Zealand to implement the model. She also has experience with implementing other EBP’s such as the IPS Supported Employment Model, Supported Education, Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment, Illness Management and Recovery, Housing First, and the Commonground shared decision making program.