Category Archives: Clinical Supervision

Staffing Smarter

What actually makes a good employee? That means no more “Why should we hire you?” or “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” Instead, get a little more personal. You already know the hole you want a candidate to … Continue reading

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Bad Recommendation

What is a bad recommendation you hear? Terry Crews action:  “Work hard to beat the competition” The truth is that competition is the opposite of creativity. If I’m working hard to beat the competition, it actually prevents me from thinking … Continue reading

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How can I better prioritize?

1.Schedule: What matters: crave out specific periods of time to do what’s important. Block of time each week to do things that are meaningful to you and that matter in the long run for your health, family and friends. 2.Pause: … Continue reading

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Community Resources

Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s competency and areas for growth _________ uses all the support systems in her life to obtain the most information on any subject. She is incredibly knowledgeable regarding community resources and has connections with many of … Continue reading

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Transcendence

 Student’s competency and areas for growth_________ this quarter I worked with several youth who are on the verge of ageing out of adolescent living and transcending into over 18 housing. This has been a great learning experience to see how … Continue reading

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