What’s different about this Reflective Supervision training?
This initial RSC intensive training series was created to support individuals, programs, and systems in creating a robust reflective stance that supports and sustains the leadership and supervisory activities necessary for strong, effective, equitable, diverse, and inclusive programs.
There are several unique and revolutionary features of this training intensive series, it:
- Focuses on all aspects of reflective supervision using a “whole job” approach, which encompasses the clinical and administrative aspects of a position as well as taking into consideration the ecological context of the work.
- Supports the infusion of transformational reflective supervision practices and leadership approaches that incorporate principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, and a trauma-informed lens in a robust evidence- informed learning approach.
- Includes materials and a learning design that have been conceptualized and built over the last three years by a collaborative of national expert reflective supervision leaders involved in the teaching, training, research about and promotion of reflective supervision. (cite bio page)
- Works closely with the local sponsors to consider and plan for the unique needs of each group or region
- Arranges individualized schedules with local sponsors with a 6 to 12-month time range for each track.
- Includes delivery through the incorporation of virtual technology including best practice approaches to on-line and in person learning. Learning materials and approaches are highly interactive and include both synchronous and asynchronous approaches.
- Involves curriculum modules intermingled with small group mentoring circles and individual mentoring opportunities throughout the training to allows for participants to integrate the concepts and practices into their daily work between different learning modules.