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SCCA Presents: Supervisor Round Table

Online
0 CE Hours
Free

Presented By

  • Dr. Latasha McIlwaine, Ed.D., MA, MHA, CCVDC, LPC, LCAS, LPCS, LCMHCS, ICAADC, CCS, ICCS, SAP, MAC, ACS
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  • Tita Johnson, LPC-S
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  • Aneta Hopkins, LPCS
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When and Where

Location

  • Live Webinar
    Access virtually on TPN.health
Description

This webinar is designed for graduate students to engage, network, and understand supervision differently. The SCCA is hoping to fill the gap between graduate school and licensure. The students will prepare questions to ask the Supervisors before the Webinar, and the Supervisors on the panel will answer the questions in a roundtable-style. This is an opportunity for students to connect and network with other professionals in the field.

Educational Goal

The educational goal of this workshop is for graduate students and others wanting to become Licensed Professional Counselors to gain a better understanding of Supervision, what theories Supervisors use that may be best for them, and what to look for when selecting a supervisor in the future.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe 2 key aspects of a single supervision theory.

  • Identify and explain 3 supervision theories utilized in their graduate program.

  • Identify 3 questions that are beneficial to ask about supervision.

Agenda
  • Waiting Room Opens
  • Workshop Begins
  • Workshop Ends
Note: Time designated for waiting room cannot be counted toward CE credit.
TPN.health and this educator have no conflicts of interest and have not received any commercial support for this program or its contents.
Dr. Latasha McIlwaine, Ed.D., MA, MHA, CCVDC, LPC, LCAS, LPCS, LCMHCS, ICAADC, CCS, ICCS, SAP, MAC, ACS

Dr. Latasha McIlwaine, Ed.D., MA, MHA, CCVDC, LPC, LCAS, LPCS, LCMHCS,
ICAADC, CCS, ICCS, SAP, MAC, ACS has been practicing since 2005 and she established IO, PLLC in 2006. Dr. McIlwaine is a native of Georgetown, South Carolina and currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is a provider in both North and South Carolina and Georgia. She also provides clinical supervision to Associate Level counselors wishing to obtain their full license. Dr. McIlwaine has developed a practice of highly qualified and well-trained professionals to provide many of the different services offered at IO, PLLC. As the CEO and Clinical Director, it is Dr. McIlwaine’s sole duty to recruit the best of the best to provide highly professional and personalized services to our clients. In addition, she has developed a Clinical Training Internship Program with master level students to
provide clinical services under her supervision at a reduced rate to help individuals and families to obtain affordable clinical services. Dr. McIlwaine serves as the Preceptor and Clinical Supervision. Dr. McIlwaine practice counseling as a generalist because of her extensive background working with different populations with a wide range of diverse issues. She has experience with children, adolescents, adults, males and females, couples and families. Dr. McIlwaine has a wide knowledge base in different areas because of her over 25 years of service in the human service, criminal justice, public service, non-profit and law enforcement fields. Dr. McIlwaine has been providing human services in the Charlotte- Mecklenburg community since 1996. Dr. McIlwaine’s most common approached counseling are a combination of person/client-centered, brief solution focused, reality and cognitive behavioral therapies. She also has experience with counseling in outpatient, in-home services, jail, emergency department, community, residential and inpatient settings. Dr. McIlwaine also presents on various topics at health fairs, speaks on mental health and healthcare panels, conducts workshops, seminars, and training for private, non profit and corporate organizations regarding mental health and substance use disorders.

 

Dr. McIlwaine is currently an Adjunct Professor at Southern New Hampshire University and Grand Canyon University, both online. She also taught as an Adjunct Professor at Johnson C. Smith University and Pfeiffer University in Charlotte, North Carolina and Gaston College in Belmont, North Carolina. Dr. McIlwaine serves as a Clinical Field Instructor/Preceptor and IO, PLLC serves as a Clinical Field Placement Site for Johnson C. Smith University MSW Program, North Carolina A&T Counseling Program and several other clinical programs from universities across the USA. Dr. McIlwaine was also recognized for being nominated for MSW Field Instructor of the Year 2014-2015. In 2017, Dr. McIlwaine obtained the Approved Clinical Supervisor credential that ensures that she is nationally recognized Clinical Supervisor. Additionally, Dr. McIlwaine completed her Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology at Argosy University-Sarasota, FL. Dr. McIlwaine completed her dissertation study on DWI Treatment Services. The title of her dissertation was Assessing Counselors’ Perceptions of the Effectiveness of a Substance Abuse Program for First-Time Driving While Intoxicated Offenders. Dr. McIlwaine enjoys helping others, working with her two sons and she is passionate about learning, teaching and coaching cheer/dance in her community. In the past few years, Dr. McIlwaine has directed her focus in other areas with her two sons. As a family, they have launched The Greene-McIlwaine Foundation- Nonprofit Organization, Greene-McIlwaine Properties, a Radio Show/PodCast- We Got Options Hosted by the Doctor and Son and Dr. McIlwaine has turned her passion into a business with the addition of DrDreamDancer Studios to focus on the Arts and Movement Therapy by offering art, fitness, meditation, dance, cheer and gymnastic classes in her community.

Tita Johnson, LPC-S

Tita Johnson, LPC/S, owns Titans Counseling and Consulting LLC, where she works to help individuals and families build better lives through clinical work. She has spent the last fifteen years as a helping professional, serving adolescents and adults in community, residential, and outpatient settings. Her areas of focus include trauma, anxiety, adolescents, and family work. Her mission is to help individuals rediscover comfort within themselves and their bodies and go forward to live life courageously, compassionately, and intentionally. She developed and conducted a series of self-care workshops for Black Educators and has taught at the USC School of Medicine as an Adjunct instructor since 2014. She is licensed as a counselor in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida and as a Clinical Supervisor in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Aneta Hopkins, LPCS

Dr. Aneta B. Hopkins has been in the counseling field for 18 years.  She has been in private practice for 7 years. Aneta offers virtual and in office sessions at her practice, Wellness Counseling Services in the Columbia area.  She is also an LPC Supervisor and enjoys supervising LPCA’s and helping them through the licensure process.

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