Online Courses

ACA299 - Supervision Ethics

Credits: None available.

Standard: $32.00
Members: $22.00


Dr. Rosanne Nunnery and Keith Myers, MA, LPC, NCC, ACS discuss “Supervision Ethics.”


  1. Summarize the basic tenets of the Supervision Ethics podcast
  2. Discuss supervision in counseling and its importance in the profession
  3. Discuss the supervisor-supervisee relationship and the evaluation process


Category: Podcast


  • 1.00 - Clock Hours
  • 1.00 - Ethics Hours
  • 1.00 - NBCC
  • 1.00 - CRCC
  • 1.00 - Ohio Hours

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Kris Koppy
8/4/17 3:18 pm

Very disappointed at this months offering of an interview that is more than two years old.

Maryann D´Angeli
8/6/17 12:00 pm

To truly be a benefit of membership, the free CE of the month needs to be universally applicable to one's position in the counseling spectrum.. I do realize the difficulty in that, and I have a possible solution. I propose having members make a selection from two or three available that month.

Tamara Suttle
8/22/17 4:27 pm

Maryann, even before I got to this month's offering, I was thinking something similar to your suggestion. I would love to see the entire library open and for us to be able to choose an hour's worth of training from that library. That way, we could choose training that is most relevant to our current needs. Perhaps even accrue hours to use as we see fit so that if there are longer trainings we could actually "spend" multiple hours on one particular training.

Alexandra Mejia
8/24/17 11:09 am

I agree with both of you, one option is not a great benefit, there should be a minimum of three choices each month.

Tonya Kendall
8/30/17 6:03 am

I enjoyed listening to the podcast and feel as if I learned information that will be valuable to me as I proceed through my training and education process.

Angela Pencoske
11/27/17 5:51 pm

I wish the podcast addressed what's done with clients while a supervisee is undergoing counseling as a form of remediation. A counter-transference issue won't be solved overnight. If value-based referrals are unethical and continuing to counsel that client could be harmful to the client, what should be done?