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Master’s level credit course in supervision


Online – hosted by the University of Lethbridge; sponsored by CCPA


Monday, January 9, 2017 – Saturday, April 8, 2017;

Continuing Education Credits: This course have been pre-approved by CCPA for 36 continuing education credits.


– Course tuition fee of $583.75, plus miscellaneous fees (e.g., Student Administrative Fee ($39.25), Student
Copyright Access Fee ($2.50), etc.).
– To register, students must provide a $100 tuition deposit and a $20 registration fee. These fees are


The course must have a minimum of 16 people enrolled and is limited to 20 people.


The deadline to register is December 1, 2016.

General Working Description (subject to adjustment by instructor)

Counselling Supervision: Theory and Practice is an entry level course that focuses on fundamental issues in the theory and practice of clinical supervision, including: models of supervision, the supervision relationship, the impact of culture and diversity and personal factors on supervision, supervision techniques and practices, evaluation, and legal/ethical considerations in supervision. Students will develop supervisory attitudes and knowledge that will support their role in supervisory relationships.

Who may apply?

  • Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) in good standing with CCPA or certified member of a professional association or Regulatory College which adheres to a code of ethics and standards of practice equivalent to or greater than that of CCPA and has an oversight body in place to address any ethics inquiries or complaints.
  • Hold a minimum of four years of post-graduate clinical experience as a practicing counsellor/psychotherapist or equivalent relevant experience
  • Currently engaged in a supervisory role (Such as: experience supervising counsellors and/or counsellors- in-training over a period of years or working as a counsellor educator supervising practicum students)
  • No active ethical complaints under investigation
  • Possess professional liability insurance

How do I apply?

If you are interested in registering for this course, please contact Karina Albert at [email protected] before December 1, 2016.