Supervision of Crisis Intervention
- Sunday, December 08, 2019
- 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
- MaMHCA Conference Space & Offices
17 Cocasset Street 3rd floor
Foxboro, MA , 02035
Using a developmental model of supervision, this workshop will begin by defining "crisis" and will go on to explore the management of the inevitable anxiety that arises when new and developing clinicians encounter crisis in their work. It will also review fundamental crisis intervention and risk-assessment strategies to employ with supervisees using case vignettes, experiential exercises, and group activities.
This workshop is approved to fulfill the initial or renewal requirements for the MaMHCA Certified Clinical Supervison Credential (MaCCS).
With Jennifer Granquist, LMHC, ET and Jennifer Grossman, LMHC, ET
Jennifer Grossman, LMHC, ET, has been the Director of The Boston Center Partial Hospitalization Program for Children and Adolescents since 2006 and been in Private Practice since 2008. Jennifer started working with clients in crisis in 1999 while working on adolescent and adult inpatient units, this continued in her work as a Crisis Clinician and Supervisor at Advocates Psychiatric Emergency Services. She has worked in the field of mental health for fourteen years with children, adolescents, adults and families. Jennifer’s area of expertise is working with Self Injurious Behavior in adolescents and adults and their families. Jennifer has been supervising both graduate level interns and MA level clinicians since 2004.
Jennifer Granquist, LMHC, ET, is a Past President of MaMHCA (2012) and a member of MaMHCA’S Licensure Support Counseling Team. She has been a Senior Crisis Clinician at Advocates Psychiatric Emergency Team for the past seven years evaluating clients across he lifespan. This past year she worked with college students at Mt. Ida College in Newton in the areas of individual, short-term counseling, crisis intervention and substance use assessments. Prior to working at Advocates, Jennifer has had a wide variety of counseling work experience within the US and for three years in Belize. She has experience working for an arts program for homeless youth living in shelters, ran a school peer counseling program, facilitated loss and grief groups for adolescents and expressive arts groups both at a children's partial program and on an inpatient unit. Jennifer has been in a supervising capacity as an outside supervisor for many new clinicians seeking licensure.
4 MMCEP Approved Category 1 CEs
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