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  • Presented by: Laura Lansrud-López, M.A., ATR-BC, ATCS, NCC, ACS, LPAT, LPCCS

    Dates/Times: Sunday, 7/24, 9am–4pm MST


    DESCRIPTION: Clinical supervision is nationally recognized as a specialty area in the helping professions, requiring specific skills and activities beyond experience as a seasoned clinician or academic instructor. Likewise, ethics in supervision is an emerging content area requiring advances skills, knowledge, and awareness specific to the practice and responsibilities of clinical supervision. Puppet Pedagogy is a novel and creative approach for teaching professional ethics in clinical practice and supervision. This approach, developed by a group of counseling and art therapy educators, uses scenario-building, interactive dialogue through puppetry, participant discussion, and employs decision-making models to navigate complex ethical dilemmas. This workshop will cover the foundational principles in counseling and art therapy ethics and focus on ethics in supervision and the supervisory relationship. Participants will learn the best practices in clinical supervision, make their own sock-puppet, and use it to explore a real-world ethical dilemma in

    SWC is a NM Counseling and Therapy Practice Board approved provider of Continuing Education Credits

    LOCATION: SWC Campus

    6 CECs (NM Ethics or Supervision Ethics requirement)

    Presenter Bio: Laura Lansrud-Lopez, M.A., ATR-BC, ATCS, NCC, ACS, LPAT, LPCC, is an Art Therapist and Mental Health Counselor with over 15-years’ experience as a therapist, educator, and supervisor. She is licensed and Board approved to offer clinical supervision in Maryland (LCPAT), New Mexico (LPCC, LPAT), and Virginia (LPC). Laura is also nationally certified as an Approved Supervisor in both Art Therapy (ATCS) and Counseling (ACS). Laura is passionate about experiential learning methods and has taught graduate level courses at Southwestern College and The George Washington University. She also offers continue education workshops in ethics, case documentation, best practices in supervision and therapy practice. Laura is currently in private practice in New Mexico and writing her dissertation on the transformative potential of imaginal knowing in counseling
    education at the California Institute of Integral Studies.


Classes @ SWC Campus

Location Information

  • Friday - Sunday Workshops @ SWC CAMPUS
  • 3960 San Felipe Rd, Santa Fe, NM, 87507 US

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