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Three Pathways for Providing Supervision in SEPP: Adapting Supervision into Different Settings

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Sam Zizzi, EdD, CMPC, West Virginia University
Jana Fogaca, PhD, CMPC, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

This webinar will help consultants and supervisors identify how applied experiences and supervision contribute to the development of service-delivery competence for sport psychology practitioners. The presenters will review several supervision methods and approaches that contribute to effective supervision across various contexts. First, they will review the Integrated Developmental Model of Supervision and how it helps supervisors adapt their methods and strategies to supervisees’ needs at different developmental levels. They will also discuss various supervision methods, such as case notes, role-plays, modeling, reflections, video and tape recording, interpersonal process recall (IPR), live observation, and group supervision. Then strategies and ethical considerations for using individual, group, and multilevel approaches to delivering supervision will be discussed. Additionally, challenges, opportunities, and ethical considerations when using these approaches to supervise via telesupervision will be examined. 

Learning Objectives 
Participants will be able to:

  • Describe key components of the Integrated Developmental Model of Supervision as they relate to effective supervision of practitioners at different developmental levels
  • Identify effective supervision practices and how they can be adapted to fit a variety of settings
  • Discuss ethical issues in supervision and telesupervision
  • Assess challenges and opportunities in the use of telesupervision
  • Describe how supervision connects to development of service delivery competence

CE Credit
This program has been approved for 1.25 hours of CE in the required area of Mentorship/Supervision to partially meet the continuing education recertification requirement for Certified Mental Performance Consultants® (CMPC). 

Program Format
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About the Speakers
Sam Zizzi, EdD, CMPC, is the Pat Fehl Endowed Professor and Associate Dean for Research in the WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. For the past 20 years, he has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the Sport and Exercise Psychology program and mentored dozens of PhD students in their research and applied work. He is also a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (#144). Prior to working at West Virginia University, he earned a Psychology degree at James Madison University and a Master’s degree in Exercise Science at UNC-Chapel Hill. He lives in Morgantown, WV with his wife Carol and their three children. 

Jana Fogaca, PhD, CMPC, is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Federal University of RS, one master's degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology from University of Jyväskylä and one in Counseling from West Virginia University, where she also completed her PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology. She is a licensed psychologist in Brazil and a Certified Mental Performance Consultant. She is the owner of Get Ahead Mental Performance, LLC, and has been working with applied sport psychology for 13 years.


Students – $25.00

Members – $35.00

Non-members – $50.00


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