|Watch Now||Use of Reflective Supervision Groups for CACs||Saprina Matheny, MSW, LICSW||90 minutes|
Brief Overview: Reflective supervision is the exploration of the way in which the work that practitioners do every day effects them. Spending time in a very specific type of supervision within the context of a CAC, may reduce secondary traumatic stress and improve the resiliency of the workforce. Additionally, by being more consciously aware of the ways that work in child abuse may illicit strong feelings in providers, providers can continue to do their best work.
Expert Presenter: Saprina Matheny, MSW, LICSW completed her Masters degree in Social Work at the University of St. Thomas/College of St. Catherine. She has worked as a Director of Youth and Family Services at a community mental health center and also served as the Clinical Program Manager for the Ambit Network, a National Child Traumatic Stress Network Subcenter at the University of Minnesota. She has also served as a mental health consultant with the Firstwitness Child Advocacy Center in Duluth, MN for the past 12 years. Her particular interest and expertise is in the area of trauma. Saprina has a passion for working with systems. Presently she is in private practice as a clinician, trainer, and consultant.
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