Constructive Clinical Supervision



Professional development designed to provide readers of the book Constructive Clinical Supervision by Douglas A. Guiffrida with an opportunity to earn continuing education credit for the learning they engaged in through reading the book

Doug Guiffrida BookWelcome to the continuing education site for Constructive Clinical Supervision! This professional development activity is designed to provide readers of the book Constructive Clinical Supervision by Douglas A. Guiffrida with an opportunity to earn continuing education credit for the learning they engaged in through reading the book.

This professional development program is sponsored by the Counselor Education Department at the University of Rochester's Warner Graduate School of Education. 

 University of Rochester Department of Counseling and Human Development has been approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 4125. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. University of Rochester Department of Counseling and Human Development is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This home study program has been approved by NBCC to provide participants with 10 credits of continuing education upon its successful completion.  The cost of the program is $69 for participants outside the Warner Community. Current supervisors can complete the course at no cost.

The activity consists of 58 multiple-choice questions that are designed to assess your learning about the constructive approach to supervision.  The questions are divided into six learning modules that correspond to the six chapters in the book. 
 
To begin, you must purchase a copy of Constructive Clinical SupervisionThen you can register and complete the program by clicking here.  Warner School Supervisors can email us at counseling@warner.rochester.edu to gain access to the program. 
 
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