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CANCELLED.  Effective March 11, UNC has instructed us not to hold gatherings of more than 50 people. We considered offering this event via live-stream, but since we cannot guarantee the health of our IT staff or the conference presenter on that day, cancelling seemed to be the right thing to do at this time. Refunds will be issued.

When: April 1, 2020, Wednesday, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.; arrive at 9:30 a.m. to sign in

Where: All lectures take place at Northwest Area Health Education Center; Deacon Tower Learning Center 475 Deacon Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27105  Google Map

Fees: $25.00 per CLS Workshop; Workshops are free of charge to current students, faculty, staff, and field instructors of UNC-CH School of Social Work (discount taken during online registration)

CEs: The workshop will provide 2 CEs from Northwest AHEC

(if you have specific questions about CEs, please contact Northwest AHEC at 336-713-7700)

Description: Ethics and cultural competence combined with clinical supervision all in one! We will review standards in ethical codes pertaining to supervision, including remote and electronic guidelines which have added a layer of complexity to supervision. Diversity and multicultural issues will be examined through the lens of a Supervisory Genogram. We will also explore supervisory boundaries in detail. This will be an opportunity to contemplate your own supervisory competence in an experiential manner. NOTE: This program may be counted toward ethics and supervision training requirements for license renewal.


 Trainer: Dayna Guido, MSW, LCSW, ACSW is in private practice in Asheville, NC specializing in Clinical Supervision and provides monthly Clinical Supervisors Supervision Groups. She was an Adjunct Instructor for 22 years in graduate programs for MSW and Counseling students. Dayna is the author of Creative Ways to Learn Ethics: An Experiential Training Manual for Helping Professionals, and The Parental Tool Box for Parents and Clinicians.



Learning Objectives: Participants completing this event will be able to:

  1. Identify areas of growth needed to expand supervisory competence.
  2. Construct a Supervisory Genogram to explore diversity and multicultural issues.
  3. Identify supervisory boundaries pertaining to technology.


Each Winston-Salem Clinical Lecture Series event provides the following credit: 2.0 Contact Hours from Northwest AHEC, 2.0 contact hours of (Category A) continuing education for North Carolina psychologists, 2.0 contact hours from the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board. Northwest AHEC, ACEP No. 5465 and UNC School of Social Work, ACEP No. 6642 are cosponsors of this program. This co-sponsorship has been submitted for approval to NBCC. Both ACEPs are responsible for this program, including the awarding of NBCC credit.


Refund Policy: No refunds are given but registration can be transferred to a colleague for the same event.

Please contact Theresa Palmer at or 336-416-5096 to make arrangements.