“Clinical Supervision: What Are Early Career Practitioners Looking For?”
It is well documented that effective clinical supervision improves the quality of clinical care, decreases burnout among staff while increasing a staff’s subjective sense of professionalism, and lessens the likelihood of ethics complaints. It also effectively orients early career professionals to the field. This workshop will focus on supervision with early career professionals, building off of their own words in what they seek in a supervisor.
Joseph Rosenfeld, Psy.D., CRADC, HS-BCP is an Associate Professor in the Addiction Counselor Training Program within the Human Services Department at Elgin Community College. He also has a private practice in which he works with both survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence, and co-led a Partner Abuse Intervention Group for the Community Crisis Center for thirty-two years. Previously, Dr. Rosenfeld had been the Executive Director of the Renz Addiction Counseling Center (1985 – 1995). He was also the Director of Curriculum Development, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Liaison for the Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center (1999-2005). Dr. Rosenfeld has been an active public speaker since 1982; addressing professional, government, and civic organizations. His areas of expertise include client engagement and treatment strategies, chemical dependency, the neuroscience of addiction, violence, dual diagnosis, and outcome research. He is the author of many articles, and two books: A Guided Study Text in Employee Assistance for Supervisors (1990), and The Next Step: Etiology and Treatment of Addiction (1995).