LCSW Supervision Training: (Amended clinical regulation 201 KAR 23:070)

Thursday, August 17, 2023
The registration period has closed for this event.

9:00 AM-4:00 PM EST


Claude Drouet, LCSW

Claude Drouet has been a practicing Social Worker for 40 years. Mr. Drouet is currently in the private practice of clinical social work with a focus on Health Professionals' mental health concerns. His overall work experience has included work with Seven Counties Services, the Wayne Corporation, Baptist Hospital Behavioral Health, The Morton Center, and the Kentucky Mental Health Association. Drouet is also a part-time instructor with the Kent School of Social Work where he provides CEU presentations as part of Kent's outreach to MSW professionals.

Drouet holds a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Louisville (1982), a Master of Divinity and Church-Related Social Work from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (1981), and a Bachelor of Arts from Louisiana State University with an emphasis in European history (1975).

Workshop Description

The 6 hour interactive course meets the KY state requirements to act as a supervisor of record. Concepts covered include: supervision objectives, supervision models, supervisory contracts, parallel process, clinical supervision records, transference/counter transference, and phases of the supervision process. The Theoretical Foundations for Clinical Supervision, Practice Modalities, Techniques, and Approaches to Clinical Supervision will be reviewed. Also the Kentucky Rules & Ethics for Clinical Supervision Practice, and methods of evaluating Clinical Supervision will be covered.

Continuing Education Credits

CEU : Hours - 6


Registration: $102.00


**$15.00 off for Kent staff, faculty, students, alumni, and practicum supervisors

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Approved by

Kentucky Board of Social Work


University of Louisville Shelby Campus

Burhans Hall, 23LL
440 N. Whittington Pkwy

Louisville, KY 40222

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