Clinical Supervision for Practicing School Psychologists
Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/21, 12/5, 12/19.
Instructor: Robert Trant, Ph.D.
group supervision for practicing school psychologists. Clinical supervision promotes reflective
practice, supports ongoing professional development, affords consultation on
legal and ethical issues, and helps practitioners effectively address the
challenges of providing school psychological services. Clinical supervision is essential for ongoing
development of the skills, knowledge, and professional behaviors that enable
schools psychologists to function at a high level and to engage in independent
in a clinical supervision group will:
Promote reflective practice and continued development of professional knowledge and skills;
- Help the practitioner address challenges in
providing school psychological services; and
- Be applicable toward the 60-hour Supervised Clinical
Experience requirement for the Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP)
opportunity is open to any graduate of a planned program in school psychology
who is concurrently employed as a school psychologist in Massachusetts. It is intended for school psychologists who have
little or no access to clinical supervision in their jobs, especially early
career school psychologists.
school psychology trainers who qualify as an Approved Supervisor, per
Educational Psychologist licensure requirements (see http://www.mass.gov/ocabr/licensee/dpl-boards/mh/regulations/rules-and-regs/262-cmr-500.html).
groups of up to six (6) participants will meet on a given weekday for 8
two-hour sessions (approximately biweekly) over the course of a semester. The groups will continue to meet for another
8 sessions in the spring—dates to be announced.
Note: MSPP will not be offering PDPs or CE credits for this activity, as there is no pre-determined curriculum.
Program Code: CS13-5
Fee: $400 for 8 sessions
Location: at Tufts University, Medford
Robert Trant, Ph.D., is a
practicing school psychologist in the Swampscott Public Schools, and is a
Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a licensed educational
psychologist. He received his specialist
degree from the University of Massachusetts at Boston and a doctorate in school
psychology from Northeastern University. He has taught courses in school
psychology at Northeastern University, and field placement seminars at MSPP and
Tufts University. He is a past president
of the Massachusetts School Psychologists Association, and is a recipient of
that organization’s School Psychologist of the Year award. He served as the Massachusetts
delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists from 2004 to 2012.
|Early registration ends on Jun 24, 2013.|
Regular registration starts on Jun 25, 2013 and ends on Aug 25, 2013.
Late registration starts on Aug 26, 2013.
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|Non-Member Fee: ||$400.00||$400.00||$400.00|