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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

2014 Conferences & Events

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"Clinical Supervision: Theory and Practice" with Dr. John Seymour

  • March 28-29; April 11-12, 2014 – 7700 France Avenue, Edina Campus [Course ID: 7442 – ED 590, Section 82]
  • June 27-28; July 25-26, 2014 – Mankato Campus [TBA]

Course Overview

This three-semester hour graduate course is offered for experienced clinicians who wish to develop their skills in clinical supervision and meet the coursework requirements for approved supervisor credentials in counseling, family therapy, play therapy, and social work. The course will be offered in a format combining four intensive all-day workshops with online assignments and projects.

Key Outcomes

Learn the theories and techniques of individual and group supervision, including:

  • Major models of clinical supervision and applications to supervising counselors, family therapists, play therapists, and social workers
  • Dynamics of the supervisor-therapist-client relationship
  • Documentation and evaluation methods
  • Contextual variables such as culture, gender, ethnicity, and economics
  • Ethical and legal issues of clinical supervision
  • Importance of supervisor self-care and professional development
  • Development of a personal model of supervision

Pre-approved to meet AAMFT-Approved Supervisor coursework requirements.

To register, please go to either of the following:

Tuition & Fees Information found at:

Any assistance you may need with registration, please contact Mary Racek, University University Extended Education, at 507-389-1134, or

If you have any questions or need additional course-related information, please email the course instructor, Dr. John Seymour, at or call at 507-389-5709.

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September 19, 2014

e-Brochure and Printable Registration Form

Online/Credit Card Registration