Supporting Your Supervisees and Yourself with Self-Care Micro-Strategies (on demand)


Supporting Your Supervisees and Yourself with Self-Care Micro-Strategies (on demand)

In this fun workshop, supervisors will implement ways to help supervisees build self-care micro-strategies into their busy days, so that they aren’t hanging on by a thread waiting for their next vacation or day off. These micro-strategies take from 0-2 minutes, and are meant to be used throughout the day so that self-care is always front-of-mind. We will discuss personal and systemic obstacles and identify micro-strategies for emotional, mental and physical self-care.

Purpose: To help clinical supervisors build a toolbox of self-care micro-strategies that they can use themselves and teach their supervisees to reduce the risk of burnout.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will: 

  1. Discuss the critical and primary nature of self-care
  2. Identify personal and systemic obstacles that get in the way of self-care
  3. Develop emotional, mental and physical self-care micro-strategies
  4. Formulate a personal self-care plan

About the Trainer:

Michelle Risser. LISW-S works in private practice in the Columbus, Ohio area and is a certified EMDR Therapist. Her clinical focus areas are maternal mental health, birth trauma, and EMDR. Michelle has a passion for supporting other clinicians through chronic stress and burnout prevention. She is a writer, speaker and educator on topics related to mental health, chronic stress, burnout and self-care.


Clinical Supervision Directory has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7368. Programs that do  not qualify for NBCC approval are clearly identified. Clinical Supervision Directory is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. 

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