APA Approved CE Sponsor

Clover Educational Consulting Group is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Clover Educational Consulting Group maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

4 Part Webinar CE Series

Mondays in November 2021

Developing a Successful Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Grant Application

 

This FREE webinar series offers participants in-depth instruction, tools, and recommendations to support their development of an application for Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health and Human Services. Each of the 4 webinars will cover specific components of the full grant application package. Participants may register for any or all 4 webinars. CE Credit is offered for each webinar for $39.

Part One
November 1, 12:00-1:00pm CT

Developing a Workplan, Logic Model, and Evaluation Plan

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Part Two

November 8, 12:00-1:00pm CT

Tips & Tricks for Crafting a Successful Grant Narrative

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Part Three

November 15, 12:00-1:00pm CT

Developing a Grant Budget and Budget Narrative

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Part Four

November 22, 12:00-1:00pm CT

Overview of the GPE Grant Attachments

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Other Upcoming Live CE Events

December 10, 2021 at 10:00-11:00am CT

Introduction to APA's Profession-Wide Competencies

The psychology training field has undergone many changes in the last two decades, including a major shift in accreditation requirements to the Standards of Accreditation for Health Service Psychology (SoA). All levels of psychology training now are required to provide training in the APA’s Profession Wide Competencies (PWCs). This training will cover the history of accreditation requirements as they relate to competencies, what the PWCs are and how to define them, how to evaluate competence in the PWCs, and much more.

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January 13, 2022 at 12:00-1:00pm CT

Growing your own: Developing mental health training programs to address local service needs

The demand for mental health professionals continues to increase across the United States, particularly since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. On a macro level, agencies can contribute to growth of the field by training graduate students to be highly-qualified clinicians equipped to assist those in need. In the short term, agencies can benefit from acting as a training site through use of trainees to help meet service demands. This training will teach professionals what they need to know to develop a training site for psychology, counseling, social work, and marriage and family therapy trainees, including the use of the Integrative Developmental Model (Stoltenberg et al., 2014) in considering what trainees are best suited for your site. An introduction to Competency-Based Supervision (Falender & Shafranske, 2007) will help supervisors prepare for appropriately evaluating trainees’ skills and progress, and logistical components of developing a training program will be discussed.

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February 24, 2022 at 1:00-3:00pm CT

Multicultural Competency-based Clinical Supervision

This training describes essential components of clinical supervision as defined by multiple mental health disciplines, the subsequent research on clinical supervision. Participants will learn the complexity of the multiple components of supervisor multicultural competence and cultural humility considering health equity. There will be an emphasis on multicultural identities and worldviews of all participants in the context of establishing the supervisory relationship, translation to the supervision contract, goal setting and anchored feedback. Impact of COVID-19, telesupervision, and emerging data on supervisee, supervisor, and client effective strategies will be discussed. Prevention of frequent supervisor errors and inadequate or even harmful supervision will be outlined. Discussion will focus on enhancing supervisor competence and managing countertransference and emotional reactivity. Focus will be on addressing and preventing vicarious traumatization, enhancing supervisor competence in self-awareness, self-care, and support at the individual, group, and setting levels.

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