Clinical Supervision Courses

Clinical supervisors are in demand. You can help meet that demand and earn 20 Clinical CE credits (or 12 Clinical, 5 Ethics, 3 Social/Cultural). Our clinical supervision course is designed to help you prepare for the next step in your career, give you the tools you need to support this important work, and train the next generation of social workers.

The course is held over two days and has four (4) hours of pre-requisite work.


  • Social Work Practice and Supervision Liability Review
  • Agency Ethics Audit

Workshop Objectives


Recognize & identify the critical aspects of an interactional model of clinical supervision and be able to incorporate this model in clinical supervisor role. Understand the relationship between clinical supervision and the treatment of a client/patient/consumer. Become aware of the ethical principles concerning clinical supervision and be able to apply the principles to the clinical supervisor role. Explore ethical challenges relevant to supervision and develop guidelines for managing these challenges.


Learn and practice skills of clinical supervision methods that will facilitate a positive relationship and professional growth between the supervisor and clinician. Develop strategies to become more socially and culturally responsive and embrace diversity in social work practice and supervision. Review and understand NJ licensure regulations for clinical supervision. Develop an individual action plan for supervising social workers towards their LCSW credential.

Presenters (in rotation for different course dates):

  • Dr. Tawanda Hubbard, LCSW
  • Joyce Clark-Addison, LCSW
  • Carol Kahn, LCSW


Date(s): Please see our Events Calendar for the dates/registration of the next available Clinical Supervision Course. 

Cost: NASW Member - $350, Non-Member - $450

Questions? Contact Helen French:732-296-8070 ext 122 or