Establishing Genuine Peer Feedback

in Triadic and Group Supervision

Counseling Supervision Series

Triadic and group supervision provide opportunities for peer feedback. While new counselors and clinicians seek this feedback, it may be difficult for peers to engage in authentic sharing for fear of being critical of each other. This training will discuss strategies for fostering genuine and authentic feedback among peers. Specifically, we will discuss strategies supervisors can use to establish trust, empathy, and a willingness to risk connection in pairs and groups.

$30 registration fee. 3 CEUs provided. This training meets the Supervision CEU requirement for LCPC license.

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Feedback in Triadic and Group Supervision

Friday, Dec. 12th, 10am-1pm

2247 N Halsted St

Chicago, IL

Suite 100

Ann Friesema, MA, LCPC, ACS

Ann is the Director of the Education and Counseling Center at DePaul University. As a Clinical Professional Counselor, Ann has provided counseling services to children and families and supervised counselors and counseling students for the past 4 years. Ann is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision at Northern Illinois University and her areas of research interest are trauma-sensitive supervision, vicarious trauma, and trauma-informed counseling services.