Professional development is available for Early Childhood Related Professionals as well as Reflective, Relationship-Based Practices through Reflective Supervision.
Reflective Supervision is a specialized type of supervision
Reflection is a lifelong developmental process that is influenced by past experiences, the current situation, and how an individual's neurological system processes information. When prenatal-to-five professionals build their own internal reflective capacity and engage in reflective practice in the course of their work with families, they are better able to be attuned and responsive to the needs of those in their care and less likely to experience vicarious traumatization.
Reflective supervision (RS) is a form of ongoing, intentional, scheduled professional development that focuses on enhancing the reflective practice skills of practitioners for purposes of program quality, staff wellness and retention.
It is distinctly different from administrative or clinical supervision and can be provided in groups or individually.
Trainings are available in a variety of topics related to education, early childhood development, behavior intervention, and mental health. Trainings are available in 2-hour, half day, full day or retreat options. Custom topic requests are also accepted.
Areas of Expertise Include:
Program and Leadership Development, Program Evaluation, Strategic Planning
Staff Development, Reflective Supervision, Coaching
Child Development Services/Behavioral Consultation for Children
Working with Children and Families with Trauma Exposure or Crisis Need
If you are interested in receiving training or participating in reflective supervision, please use the “Contact Us” page to begin a discussion about how we can best meet your needs.