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Ethics and Skills for Psychologist as Supervisor-Post-Doctoral Supervision - 3 part series

Earn 3 APA-approved CE credits for Ethics and Supervision here.

Podcasts 21, 22, and 23 will provide supervisors and supervisees with an understanding of the skills and ethical issues surrounding supervision, including the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology’s Regulations dealing with postdoctoral supervision. The workshop will review the basic requirements for ethical supervision, common pitfalls, and give supervisors an understanding of the requirements that must be met for obtaining post-doctoral supervision.

In Episode 21, John interviews John Jay Mills, Ph.D., ABPP, a professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania who provides supervision and teaches a course on supervision.

In Episode 22, Samuel J. Knapp, Ed.D., ABPP, psychologist and Professional Affairs Officer at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association joins John and Jay to discuss issues in supervision.

In Episode 23, John's guests are Don McAleer, Psy.D., ABPP, a psychologist and post-doctoral supervisor, and Sam.

At the end of the podcast series the participants will be able to:

1.  Describe essential factors involved in ethically sound and effective supervision;
2.  List or identify the State Board of Psychology requirements for post-doctoral supervision.
3.  Explain ways to improve supervisee's level of competence, self-reflection, and professionalism; &
4.  Identify strategies to comply with the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology regulations on supervision of post-doctoral trainees.


Associated PowerPoint Slides

Episode 21

Episode 22

Episode 23

YouTube Videos

Episode 21 Video 

Episode 22 Video

Episode 23 Video

Forms and Resources

PA § 41.33. Supervisor requirements

PA § 41.32. Experience qualifications to become a psychologist

Verification of Post-doctoral Experience from the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology