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This series is designed to help social work supervisors meet the Minnesota Board of Social Work’s requirement in the practice of licensing supervision. It also includes 2 hours of Ethics content.

No matter how confident we are in our role as a supervisor, it is important that we continue to explore who we are as it relates to providing supervision in a cross cultural and relational fashion. During this workshop, participants will explore the meaning and common factors of providing cross cultural supervision; use tools to identify culture, experiences and learning styles in the supervisor/supervisee relationship; and identify components of who they are, including their roles and their styles of supervision. Using case samples, this workshop will also examine ethical considerations and dilemmas specifically related to the ethical component of supervision according to professional board standards. 

Presented by Renita Wilson, MSW, LICSW, Independent Social Worker

Friday, November 19
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. CST
(including one-hour break for lunch)

Live Webinar | $120 | 6 CEHs

Level: Intermediate | For: Professionals | Includes Clinical Content

Workshop information for registered participants.

About the Presenter

Renita Wilson is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (B.S.- in Rhetoric, Youth Studies and African American Studies and Master Degree in Social Work). Renita joined the Kente Circle team in February 2011. Prior to joining the team, Renita gained a multitude of skills and experiences surrounding issues related to family and children services: child protection, foster care, and adoption as well as working with adults and children in mental health spanning over 20 plus years. Renita is an approved supervisor for the Board of Social Work. In 2007, Renita began focusing her work with families and children through a clinical lens as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.  Renita approaches her clinical work as she does with all areas of her professional encounters: client centered, respectful, open-minded and honoring their story. Renita has also worked in both private and public agencies in supervisory and management positions, overseeing all operating functions of programming and maintaining required expectations for continued service delivery.