Clinical Supervision Foundations II

Approved continuing education for NYS social workers (#SW-0647), CASACS (ETP# 0417), NAADAC (AEP#82821), and NBCC ACEP#6194).

We will follow the latest guidance available at the time to conduct a safe workshop.

Dates:  July 7-9, 2021

Times: 9 AM - 4:30 PM Wednesday and Thursday; 9 AM - 1:30 PM Friday

Trainer:  Nick Roes

Location:  SUNY Sullivan, Loch Sheldrake, NY

Tuition: $120

Course Description: This 30-hour combined on-line and classroom training developed by the Addiction Technology Transfer Center, will meet the thirty (30) hour Clinical Supervision training requirement for the Advanced Counselor and Master Counselor status in the OASAS Substance Use Disorder Scopes of Practice, and recognizes the crucial role of Clinical Supervision in quality assurance of program services.

Clinical Supervision, when properly implemented, improves client care, develops clinical skills, and improves the knowledge and professionalism of clinical personnel. It is paramount in imparting and maintaining ethical standards in the addictions profession.

The instructional design consists of completing a 14-hour clinical free supervision course found at this link:

Followed by 16 hours of classroom training. This training meets the established OASAS standards for Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC renewal), Credentialed Prevention Professional/Credentialed Prevention Specialist (CPP/CPS initial section 3 and renewal).

Who Should Attend:

Active supervisors in OASAS Certified programs, (CASAC-T, CASAC/G, LMSW, LCSW, CRC, LMHC’s, etc.), and CASACs who want the Advanced or Master CASAC designation.



  • Training Power points
  • TAP 21
  • TAP 21A
  • Participant Manual
  • Performance Assessment Rubrics

This training is limited to the first 22 registrants.

To Register, click the button below:

About the Trainer

Nick Roes, CASAC, PhD, has taught for Brown University and Marist College.  He is the author of Solutions for the "Treatment-Resistant" Client (Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group), and his body of work includes more than 40 articles in professional journals. Nick is the originator of several respectful, trauma-informed counseling techniques for use with SUD clients, including hope-inspiring reflections and turning complaints into treatment goals.   


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