This course serves as a refresher on AAMFT standards for current supervisors. Students are exposed to current thinking about supervision models and competency through extensive discussion related to the current supervision literature as well as practice in the foundation of MFT supervision. Registered students receive a syllabus including a reading list upon registration. All readings are to be completed prior to the start of class. A CEU certificate is issued upon successful course completion. Class meets on Feb. 17.
This course has an online component delivered through RamCT Blackboard.
Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.
There are two ways to complete this course: In-person in the Gifford Building Sunday, Feb. 17, 9am - 5pm or Log into RamCT during the same times and complete the course online using two-way interactive video.
Toni Zimmerman is a professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University and director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Her research interests include: teaching youth to resist stereotypes of gender, race, and class; balancing work and family; and analysis of cultural messages that promote or resist stereotypes.