DC-S Supervision

The Session will be held at:

Online, via Zoom Platform



The following available dates are:  July 6, July 20, August 3, August 17 and August 31

(Once sessions are marked as full, you can request to be added to the waitlist for those dates. Contact amoyer@psd.org with any questions.)

 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM


This group can accommodate up to 9 people per session

Registration costs:

$20.00 per session

$85.00 for all 12 sessions ($15 savings)

Contact amoyer@psd.org for registration link, information about language use during sessions, to request accommodations,  and the waitlist or cancellation policies.

PARID is approved by the RID CMP to sponsor continuing education activities. This group offers 0.2 CEUs in professional studies per session attended.

Workshop Information

Presenter: Amanda Moyer, Supervisor of Interpreting Services

Amanda Moyer will be leading a series of 5 supervision sessions which are designed to provide opportunities for developing the skills of engaging in a reflective practice using the Demand Control Schema Framework. Each two-hour session will include didactic content to review DC-S concepts, case presentations from a group participant (rotating) and case analysis applying DC-S. Amanda Moyer, is a nationally certified ASL/English interpreter and has been interpreting professionally since 2008, participating in DC-S based supervision since 2012 and started facilitating DC-S based supervision in 2017.

Participants will be working towards these goals for the session:
– Identify and define the 4 categories of D-C S demands
– Define control decisions in terms of a conservative to liberal scale
– Use incommensurable values as a frame to consider decision making
-Using the model, look at a specific case and be able to identify demands, controls, outcomes, and values.
-Articulate  their decision making process in a specific situation using DC-S .
As a member of RID and PARID, Amanda will demonstrate high ethical standards of professional conduct and demonstrate respect for all RID members’ individual differences and identities including but not limited to age, gender, socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation.


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