Supervision and Social Work Practice - Category A Day
25-May-2017 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM - -
11050 90 Street
Santa Maria Goretti Community Centre
Edmonton, Alberta T5H 1S5

Edmonton Area Coordinators and The Alberta College of Social Workers 


Supervision and Social Work Practice - Category A Day

Clinical supervision develops and maintains effective social work practice.  Hear about the benefits of supervision and strategies to make it a part of your team.   

Workshop Objectives:

  • Participants will learn the key conditions for effective clinical supervision
  • Participants will learn the core qualities of the “ideal” supervisor
  • Participants will learn the practical distinction between “therapizing” versus “supervising”
  • Participants will learn about different supervisory styles

Workshop Time:  2:00 - 5:00 PM


Lara Bentley, MSW, RSW

Lana Bentley, MSW, RSW is the Director of Program Operations in a women’s serving agency in Calgary. In addition, she works as part-time faculty member with Mount Royal University. Lana’s clinical interests are clinical supervision, eating disorders, domestic violence, and personality disorders. She has worked in various leadership positions with community-based agencies and Alberta Health Services.

Attendance Requirements:  

In order to receive the 3 Category A credits participants must attend for the entire workshop.
Partial credits will not be provided.


$25 for RSW and ACSW members

$15 for ACSW student members

$20 for other social work students

$50 for all other participants

Light snacks will be provided. 

Maximum Participants:  75

Due to the low registration fee NO refunds for cancellation will be given.

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