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Exploration of the Nature of Trust, Vulnerability and Relationships in Reflective Supervision

  • Michigan Assn. for the Education of Young Children 839 Centennial Way Suite 200 Lansing, MI, 48917 United States (map)

Course Description:

Reflective Supervision is a cornerstone of the support necessary for professional development of infant mental health practitioners.  Much is asked of those who provide RS, and much is to be gained as well.  We expect a great deal from those  entrusted with supporting families who bear the responsibility of nurturing and protecting their infants and toddlers.  Likewise, RS providers carry the weight of valuing individual practitioners and creating relationships that offer the emotional safety necessary to explore personal responses to the work, both the mis-takes and the small leaps forward that inevitably are part of learning and living, the practicalities of how we do the work we do and so many other whys and wherefores.  Our own contributions to the relationships is also a topic of this exploration.The workshop will include interactive group discussion, activities, and will end with a live reflective supervision with one participant. 

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CE Value (credits): 3.0
CE Type: Standard


Michigan Assn. for Infant Mental Health

Contact Information:
Tiffani Martinez
734-785-7700 x7617

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