This Continuing Education workshop provides an instructional and reflective forum for clinical supervisors and the people they supervise about how to use the supervisory relationship to promote rigorous critical thinking about ethics and to deepen their supervisees' capacity to deconstruct, analyze, and resolve ethical dilemmas.

 Wayne Scott, MA, LCSW will facilitate this half-day event. Three CEUs are available for the workshop, which is open to MSW or LMSW professionals, LCSW's, and Counselors.

Registration will be made available on February 15th, 2020. 

Since 1989, Wayne Scott, MA, LCSW has worked as a family therapist, teacher and mental health and addictions program manager in outpatient, residential, and hospital settings in Chicago, Washington D.C., and Portland. He has provided direct practice to high-risk clients as well as clinical supervision to practitioners in nonprofit and healthcare settings. He teaches frequently throughout Oregon on clinical ethics, supervision, building trauma-informed teams, and strategies for trauma-informed practices. 

Contact Us

Suzy Kropf | Program Coordinator, Master of Social Work Program
Eugene Campus | 541-632-8828 | skropf@pacificu.edu