Services

Services: On-Line Supervision Course

CMTE Course Date(s): ongoing

Number of CMTE Credits: 10

LEARNING OBJECTIVES   CBMT SCOPE OF PRACTICE
1) To learn about the dynamics of the supervisory relationship.   IV. Professional Development and Responsibilities
B. Professional Responsibilities
8. Supervise staff, volunteers, practicum students, or interns.
2) To learn about the various models of supervision.   IV. Professional Development and Responsibilities
B. Professional Responsibilities
8. Supervise staff, volunteers, practicum students, or interns.
3) To assess current supervisory skills and develop a plan for skills participants need to be developed.   IV. Professional Development & Responsibilities
A. Professional Development
1. Assess areas for professional growth and set goals.
4) To learn how to identify and solve ethical issues that may arise in the supervisory relationship.

 

  IV. Professional Development & Responsibilities
A. Professional Responsibilities:
9. Adhere to the CBMT Code of Professional Practice,
11. Practice within scope of education, training, and abilities.
5) To learn about learning styles and stress processing   IV. Professional Development & Responsibilities
A. Professional Development
1. Assess areas for professional growth and set goals.
6) To write a personal vision statement regarding the supervisory experience the participant will provide to supervisees.   IV. Professional Development & Responsibilities
A. Professional Development
1. Assess areas for professional growth and set goals.

Course Fee: $100

Participants should feel free to contact the instructor via e-mail with questions.
A follow-up phone call will be arranged should the participant wish to ask questions or engage in discussion in a more dynamic manner either during or at the completion of the course.

Certificate:
Upon completion of the course and assignments, participants will receive a certificate stating he/she has completed the internship supervisor training requirements and that he/she may count this training for 10 CMTE credits. 

Format (Self-Study Course)
A person may register at any time during the year to take the course.  Once a registration form and payment have been received an emailed copy of the handbook, workbook, and powerpoint will be mailed to the participant along with a complete list of assignments. Once each assignment is completed he/she will e-mail them to the instructor. The assignment list provides a step by step method for reviewing both books and the powerpoint, as well as instructions on how to complete each related assignment.  A schedule of the readings and the relevant components of the powerpoint that correspond with the assignments are noted on each assignment to facilitate ease in their completion. 

Grading:
Assignments will not be given a grade.  In order to successfully complete the course, participants must complete all assignments.  Where an assignment appears to be missing key information, understanding, or insight the instructor will follow-up with the participant to offer assistance and ensure completion of the assignment. 

Texts/Materials:
Supervision Basics:  A Guide to Music Therapy Internship Supervision, by:  Amy Clements-Cortes
Supervisor Skills Workbook
Power Point of the Transformational Power of the Clinical Internship

Additional Readings:

Assignments:
The assignments are brief and will be submitted via e-mail as attachments at the pace of the participant.  Feedback will be provided via e-mail by the instructor.
All participants should aim to complete the course within 3 months of starting.