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Critical Cultural Competence and Supervision in Rural Settings (14 hours)

Ended Mar 1, 2024

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Full course description

February 25-29, 2024

Clinical Supervision: Critical Cultural Competence and Supervision in Rural Settings, is an online 14-hour training that is designed to fulfill the Virginia Board of Social Work’s requirement for Licensed Clinical Social Workers to provide clinical supervision to social workers pursuing their LCSW. 

The course will be open to participants for five days, and there will be two required synchronous Zoom sessions (each a two-hour duration) during that week for review and discussion.

Required Zoom Sessions:
Monday, February 26 | 11:30a - 1:30p ET
Thursday, February 29 | 3:00p - 5:00p ET 

Topics covered:

  • Supervision regulations outlined by the Virginia Board of Social Work
  • The supervisory relationship
  • Ethical supervision
  • Key concepts related to supervision in rural settings
  • Tele-supervision
  • Critical cultural competence
  • Models and theories of supervision

Are you a Longwood alumni?  Before you register, email to request a promo code for a $25.00 discount.

Questions? Please contact Teresa Reynolds, LCSW: or Shayla Walker, LCSW: