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Exploring multi-culturally appropriate models of supervision webinar (Virtual, live)

  • 22 Jul 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM



Exploring multi-culturally appropriate models of supervision webinar (Virtual, live)

Presenters: Amber Hughes, Ph.D., LPC, NCC; Amanda Smith, Doctorate Student 

Presenter Bios: 

Amber graduated with her Master's in School Counseling from Vanderbilt and with her Ph.D in Counselor Education from the University of Tennessee. She is currently working as a counselor educator and part-time as a mental health therapist. She has worked as a counselor educator for over 10 years, serving as faculty supervisor for school and mental health counseling students as well as site supervisor for doctoral students. . Amber is passionate about research, assessment, career counseling, and advocacy and social justice. 

Amanda Smith-Harman is a 3rd year PhD student in Counseling Education and

Supervision. A native of South-Eastern Kentucky, economic hardship, women’s issues

and substance use disorders are at the forefront of her areas of interest. Currently,

Amanda practices as a full-time counselor in a small private practice in rural Central


July 22 at 12 pm EST (Virtual, Live)

1 NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Unit Provided (1 Supervision CE)


  • $5 for ICA Student/ Retiree (Emeritus) Members
  • $10 for ICA Professional Members
  • $25 for Non-members

Description: Supervision is the foundation for counselor training and development. This relationship has an innate power differential impacting the supervisee’s professional development. Supervisors must be multiculturally informed.  In this presentation, we present research on multicultural approaches to supervision and explore limited inclusivity of mainstream supervision models.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Participants will be able to understand the importance of attending to multicultural aspects in supervision

  • Participants will be able to critically examine models and theories of supervision in regards to culture and diversity. . 

  • Participants will be able to understand relevant research related to multicultural considerations in supervision.

 This live webinar will be recorded. ICA members will receive a link to the session recording following completed webinar evaluation. 

Webinar link and continuing education information will be located in the confirmation email.

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