Overview of Course
This foundational interactive in-person training includes various activities to keep you engaged. Facilitators will cover several supervision models as well as legal and ethical issues related to supervision. Not only will this be valuable and fun (Did I say fun? Yes!) to both brand new supervisors and supervisors who are nearing retirement, you also have an opportunity to make professional connections through the interactive format.
This 20 CE course complies with the Montana Board of Behavioral Health Supervisor Qualifications Rules for LCSW, LMSW, LCPC, LMFT, and LAC professionals. This course is open to license holders and pre-licensure candidates interested in becoming supervisors. If you have held your license for fewer than three years, this course allows you to become a "Qualified Supervisor" in the State of Montana. Note that you must hold a license to supervise, so pre-licensed candidates will need to secure their license in addition to taking this course to meet the needed criteria.
Upcoming TrainingsSpring 2024 dates and locations to be announced in the coming weeks! Be one of the first to to register by getting on our waiting list by emailing email@example.com
Cost to Attend
- NASW Members $350 (subject to change)
- Not Yet Members $425 (subject to change)
Not a member yet? You may want to consider joining now to save! NASW also has an Associate Membership category
which is open to non-social work professionals. To learn more about membership types and the many benefits visit the
Membership Page .
Being a member gets you a great discount on your malpractice insurance as well!
Credit Card: After you submit your registration form, you will be provided a link to make payment. If for any reason you have an issue completing payment after filling out the registration form, email
firstname.lastname@example.org and he can resend the payment link.
- Mailed Check:
If you choose to pay via check, send us an email after you submit your initial registration form letting us know. Checks should
be made out and sent to:
PO Box 801
Billings, MT 59103
Meet your Team of Trainers
Nathan Stahley, MSW, SWLC
Nathan is executive director of the Montana Chapter of NASW. With over 15 years of experience working with diverse populations and teams across social service and public health sectors, he has led and supervised individuals and teams, developed programs, and worked directly with clients. Nathan has a Master of Social Work from the University of Montana and is currently completing his hours as a supervisee for his LCSW. Nathan has facilitated many workshops and trainings across Montana and has spoken at national conferences including the National Association of County & City Health Officials annual meeting. Nathan has always called Montana home and enjoys hiking, fishing, and watching live music across Big Sky Country.
Megan Bailey, LCSW, LMFT, LAC
Megan is the former executive director of Sunburst Community Service Foundation and current clinical program director for Cedar Creek Integrated Health. She currently is serving as president of the Montana affiliate of Native American Development Corporation and a member of the Montana Board of Behavioral Health. She has clinically supervised pre-licensed professional for over 6 years including LCSW, LCPC, LAC and CBHPSS candidates. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Montana, a Master’s of Social Work from Walla Walla - Missoula Campus, and is currently completing her PhD in Integrated Behavioral Health. Megan is a veteran of the Montana Army National Guard, a single mom of three kiddos and a member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes.
We are working on having a couple additional speakers. We will update this page when we secure them!
Other Training Details
- Refreshments and snacks will be provided on each day of the training.
- Lunch will be provided only on day one and day two and will include a 30-minute break.
- There will be two 15-minute breaks each day of the training.
- Each participant will receive a folder and get to collect relevant handouts and printed materials throughout the course. There will be packets/handouts for various candidates (LCSW, LCPC, etc.).
- Slides and handout materials will be provided electronically approximately one week before the training dates.
- This course will include the topic of suicide prevention and cover the needed 2-CEUs that the state requires.