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Plan to join the next supervisors discussion and talk as supervisors in the social work role about this work. The next meeting is scheduled for March 19, 2024 at 10aPDT/11aMDT/12pCDT/1pEDT and the topic for discussion will be about clinical supervision and mentorship. Bring your thoughts, questions, highs, and lows. We’re looking forward to the discussion.

The Supervisor Discussion for those in the Social Work role is jointly facilitated by Kevin Bishop, Michael Moore, and Claudia Dunne.

Stephanne Cline Thornton is a West Virginia native who has worked in and around criminal defense and mitigation for more than 20 years in Georgia, Colorado, and West Virginia. She is currently the Clinical Director for the West Virginia Judicial and Lawyer Assistance Program, and owner of Transform Legal, a consultancy focused on mitigation, training, and sustainability. As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Master Addiction Counselor, Stephanne focuses on proper assessment for and access to trauma and substance use disorder treatment to ensure the health and well-being of affected individuals. Stephanne is on the Trauma-Informed Care Network Speakers Bureau and uses that platform to call attention to the intersection of secondary traumatic stress and legal practice. She approaches her work with clients, lawyers, social workers, and mitigation specialists through a contextualized mitigation lens.

Kevin Bishop, LCSW, Social Worker Coordinator with The Office of the Alternate Defense Counsel (CO);
Michael E. Moore, LMSW, Social Work Supervisor with The Legal Aid Society, Criminal Defense Practice (NY)
Claudia Dunne, LICSW, Director of Social Work & Private Social Service Vendors, Youth Advocacy Division (YAD), CPCS (MA).