MFTP 629 – 30-hour AAMFT Approved Supervisor Fundamentals
The CCSU MFT Program is proud to offer the required 30-hour Supervision Fundamentals course.This non-credit course provides qualifying MFT professionals with 15 hours of didactic training in MFT supervision and a 15-hour interactive component, in line with AAMFT Approved Supervisor requirements. The didactic portion covers supervisory theories, methods, and processes as well as professional and ethical issues involved in providing clinical supervision. The Interactive Component explores dilemmas in supervision through small group discussion, simulations, and role playing. The course prepares an AAMFT Approved Supervisor Candidate for writing the Philosophy of Supervision Statement, as required for the AAMFT Approved Supervisor designation.
For further information or registration information please contact Dr. Ralph Cohen at email@example.com
Date Time Location Day Instructor Component
1/18/2013 3 - 6 pm CCSU Friday Cohen Didactic
2/15/2013 3 - 6 pm CCSU Friday Cohen Didactic
3/15/2013 3 - 6 pm CCSU Friday Cohen Didactic
4/12/2013 3 - 6 pm CCSU Friday Cohen Didactic
5/3/2013 3 - 6 pm CCSU Friday Cohen Didactic
6/16/2013 9:30 am - 5 pm CCSU Sunday Cohen Interactive
7/14/2013 9:30 am - 5 pm CCSU Sunday Cohen Interactive
The Didactic Component will take place on five Fridays – January 18, 2013; February 15, 2013; March 15, 2013; April 12, 2013; and May 3, 2013 from 3 to 6 pm. The Interactive Component will take place on two Sundays – June16 and July 14 from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Instructor: Dr. Ralph Cohen
Fee: 1,350 for combined 30-hour didactic and interactive components; $750 for the 15-hour didactic component alone. (A payment plan may be arranged in some cases.)
Instructor Ralph Cohen is Professor of Counseling and Family Therapy at Central Connecticut State University, serving as Program Director for the Master’s program in Marriage and Family Therapy and Coordinator for the Internal Family Systems Continuing Education Program. He is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Dr. Cohen is a founding co-editor of the Journal of Self Leadership, an IFS-oriented professional publication. He is a Lead Trainer in the IFS Model and has presented on IFS at state, national, and international conferences and teaches graduate courses on IFS. As a licensed psychologist and Marriage and Family therapist, Dr. Cohen has a private practice in West Hartford, Connecticut, providing IFS-based therapy for individuals, couples, and families. He has an approachable and warm style of teaching, and is committed to fostering a safe environment in which participants can connect with their core Selves.