Reflective Supervision/Consultation Webinars

Reflective Supervision/Consultation Webinars

In partnership, the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health® and First3Years is excited to provide Reflective Supervision/Consultation training through on-demand webinars.

Webinar content consists of three 1-hr meaningful modules and best practice guidelines for Reflective Supervision/Consultation.

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Session 1: Reflective Supervision/Consultation: How Do I Begin?

This 1-hour webinar is intended for anyone who is interested in learning about how to begin the process of becoming a provider of reflective supervision/consultation (RSC) for professionals who work in the infant and early childhood field.  This training will cover a range of relational details, like the core components of RSC, how to develop reflective supervisory relationships, and the types of questions to ask as the supervisee or consultee.

To gain your CEU, please contact info@first3yearstx.org after the presentation

 

Session 2: Reflective Supervision/Consultation: Best Practices

This 1-hour webinar is intended for anyone who is interested in expanding their exploration of reflective supervision/consultation.  The training will begin by introducing and reviewing the newly revised version of the Best Practice Guidelines for Reflective Supervision/Consultation which describes the knowledge, skills, and practices that are critical to RSC.  Then, the training will focus on 3 distinct ways that RSC may be provided: program supervision, group supervision, and virtual supervision. Those 3 modalities will be discussed through the use of case examples and examination of common questions, barriers, and lessons learned.

To gain your CEU, please contact info@first3yearstx.org after the presentation

 

Session 3: Reflective Supervision/Consultation: Parallel Processing

This 1-hour webinar is intended for anyone who is interested in further exploring the parallel process within reflective supervision/consultation (RSC).  The Best Practice Guidelines for Reflective Supervision Consultation say, “A hallmark of RS/C is the shared exploration of the parallel process.  In other words, in RSC, attention is given to all relationships, including that between supervisor and practitioner, between practitioner and parent, and between parent, and infant/young child.  It is critical to understand how each of these relationships affects the others.”  

To gain your CEU, please contact info@first3yearstx.org after the presentation