Event date: 4/11/2024 8:00 AM - 4/13/2024 12:30 PM Export event
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Missoula - Clinical Supervisor Course

Three Day, 20 CEU, In-person Course!

This course is currently at capacity and registration is closed.

To be placed on the waitlist and notified if any seats open up due to cancelations, please email nstahley.naswmt@socialworkers.org.

Dates & Times:
Thursday, April 11th 8am-5pm (MT)
Friday, April 12th 8am-5pm (MT)
Saturday, April 13th 8am-12:30pm (MT)

Comunity Medical Center
2827 Fort Missoula Rd
Missoula, MT

NASW Members $350
Not Yet Members $425

Click here for a general Clinical Supervisor Training overview.

Missoula Course Presenters:

Nathan Stahley, MSW, SWLC - Main Facilitator and Presenter

Nathan is the 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.



Julie Fleck, LCSW, LMFT, LAC - Guest Presenter

Julie Fleck is a LCSW, LMFT, LAC who has practiced in outpatient mental health settings for over 25 years. For the past several years, Julie has stepped into the co-occurring world of service provision.  She is currently the Chief Clinical Director for Cedar Creek Integrated Health and Recovery Centers of Montana and in these roles provides clinical supervision, program development and oversight as well as being responsible for policy development.  She has provided clinical supervision to social work, professional counselors and addiction counselor candidates for 20 plus years.





Samuel Ore, LCSW - Guest Presenter

In his work as a therapist, Sam takes a person-centered approach toward helping his clients manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, addiction, personality disorders, neurodiversity, grief, and trauma. His practice is grounded in a relational model and he employs strength-based strategies to support positive change in his clients by helping them develop a better understanding of the relationships and experiences that shape their life. Sam specializes in providing EMDR therapy, a modality that focuses on processing and successfully integrating traumatic experiences. 

As a rural practitioner, Sam gladly serves most populations struggling with most challenges, but specializes in working with adolescents and younger adults, couples, and families. In addition to maintaining a private practice in Polson and Missoula, Sam also offers online therapy and periodically teaches in the Social Work Department at the University of Montana. His academic interests center around building the capacity of mental health systems in rural areas and education in trauma processing. 

In his personal life, Sam is a musician, a handyman, a husband, and a father to two young boys. He loves funk music and getting into the mountains with his family.


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