Strategies for Successful Internship Supervision

  • 09/30/2021
  • 10:00 AM
  • 09/30/2022
  • 12:00 PM
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Strategies for Successful Internship Supervision 

Live-streamed September 30th, 2021 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

By: Meaghan C. Guiney, PhD, NCSP

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In this webinar, Meaghan C. Guiney, PhD, NCSP , will present “Strategies for Successful Internship Supervision.” This session will provide an overview of fundamental aspects of effective school psychology supervision and review strategies for planning and organizing a positive supervision experience. Particular attention will be paid to the role of the supervisor in promoting the development of self-care strategies to support a successful transition from internship to practice.


Learning Objectives:

1) Explain how an intentional contracting process can help to establish a positive supervision relationship,

2) Identify at least three key questions to ask when planning a training experience,

3) Describe two different strategies for providing feedback to interns, and

4) Describe how intern supervisors can support the development of effective self care skills.


Presenter/facilitator Bios:

Meaghan C. Guiney, PhD, NCSP is an Assistant Professor in the School of Psychology and Counseling at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ, where she teaches courses on supervision in school psychology and serves as the Coordinator of Field Experiences. In that role she collaborates with field supervisors to support interns at both the specialist and doctoral levels. She is the author of The School Psychology Supervisor’s Toolkit, a practical guide to supervision in school psychology. Before entering academia, she practiced as a school psychologist in Westchester County, NY.


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