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Making the Most of Reflective Supervision: An Introduction to Reflective Practice  |  View Full Calendar

Presented by Diane Reynolds, MFT

3/2/2017

General Admission: $140.00

Co-sponsored by Center for Reflective Communities & New Center for Psychoanalysis

 

Reflective supervision, reflective consultation, and reflective practice are terms used for the emerging approach now considered best practice for agencies where stress, high turnover, and service quality are significant issues. This one-day immersive, experiential workshop is designed for both supervisors and supervisees working as infant mental health and early childhood specialists, early childhood educators, home visitors, and other providers of infant-early childhood services. Utilizing video, role play, and small group exercises, participants develop a comprehensive framework for understanding reflective supervision. This training satisfies 6 hours towards the CA Center IFECMH Endorsement.

 

Learning Objectives

As a result of attending this course, participants should be able to

 

·        Define reflective supervision and identify three distinct responsibilities of supervisee and supervisor

·        Distinguish key features of administrative, clinical and reflective supervision

·        Define ‘reflective functioning’ and its importance to relationship security

·        Distinguish the difference between therapy and reflective supervision

 

Facilitated by: Diane Reynolds,  MFT, Program Developer and Senior Trainer for Mindful Parenting Groups and the Reflective Care Program at Center for Reflective Communities. Since creating the MPG model in 2001, she has published and presented widely on Mindful Parenting Groups, receiving funding from private foundations as well as L.A. County Dept of Mental Health supporting ongoing facilitator training, education, and research. She maintains an independent practice in Santa Monica, serving families and young children.

 

Thursday, March 2, 2017, 9 AM – 4 PM – 6 CE Credits

No CME Credit

$125 early bird rate, registrations received by 2/2/17

$140 regular registration after 2/2/17

For questions, please contact: info@reflectivecommunities.org

or (323) 275-4805



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