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Chapter Meeting: Supervision and Social Class – Effects on Professional Identity Development
May 6, 2018 @ 3:45 pm - 6:00 pm
Supervision and Social Class: Effects on Professional Identity Development
by Ricki Boden, LCSW, LMFT
Educational Goals: This workshop focuses on supervisees’ professional identity development through the lens of social class (socioeconomic status). We will identify both strengths and obstacles different class backgrounds present for trainees and associates, with full realization that class cannot be truly separated from other social identities. I will share material gathered from 30 plus years of providing trainings on the impact of social class on both students, therapists and supervisors. In the second part of the presentation you will be encouraged to discuss your experience with this topic and raise any questions of interest. For example, how does similarity or difference in class background affect the supervisory exchange?
- Participants will be able to identify social class as a factor affecting professional development
- Participants will be able to name 3 class based strengths that support professional development
- Participants will be able to name 3 class based obstacles that hinder professional development
- Participants will be able to develop 2 new supervision skills that are attuned to social class variables
Presenter: Ricki Boden, LCSW, LMFT, Board Certified Diplomate (BCD 01653) began private practice in San Francisco in 1976 and was the Director of Women’s Mental Health Services at New Leaf (formerly Operation Concern) for 20 years. She has extensive experience supervising trainees, graduate associates and licensed clinicians in private practice and agency settings, using both individual and group formats. She lectures, writes and provides consultation on supervision, Self Psychology theories, relationship dynamics, psychotherapy for lesbians and people with physical disabilities/chronic illness. She was formerly Adjunct Faculty of numerous Bay Area Graduate Programs.
- 3:45-4:00p registration
- 4:00-6:00p Supervision and Social Class Effects on Professional Development
- How social class affects professional development
- Class based strengths that support professional development
- Class based obstacles that hinder professional development
- Supervision skills attuned to social class variables
CEs offered: 2 CEs for $10, general admission is free
Contact: For any questions, concerns, disability accommodations, or grievances related to programming, please contact the Programming Chair, Rose Dito, (650) 692-4118
SF CAMFT is a CAMFT approved CEU provider (#62283). The above course meets the qualifications for two hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. If you are interested in obtaining CEUs, you may do so by paying $10 (cash or check) at the beginning of the workshop. To qualify for CE credit, you must arrive on time, sign in at the CE table, stay until the end of the program, turn in the evaluation and pick up your certificate.
SFCAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs of any level of experience, in private practice, non-profit and hospital settings. SFCAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
To access paid garage parking take the Duboce entrance between, Castro and Scott into California Pacific Medical Center, and drive straight to enter the parking structure. There is also free street parking around the hospital area. Bicycle parking is located in the parking structure just to the left upon entering.
To find the Gazebo Room, turn right upon leaving the parking structure, walk down the hill to the Emergency room entrance, walk in the door and then down the hall to your right. Take the elevator up one floor, and walk right to the end of the hall. The Gazebo Room is at the left at the end of the hall.
We encourage you to wear layers of clothing as the room temperature may vary.