The core perspectives and processes serve as a multi-faceted lens through which all parts of the reflective learning processes are understood and shaped. Each perspective and process reflect through and into the others so that all the perspectives and processes overlap, meld and integrate.
The RSC’s reformulation of the core perspectives and core processes articulate a framework for the Reflective Supervision for the Whole Job intensive training. While some learning activities will highlight specific perspectives or processes (e.g., Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS), Diversity Informed Tenets, SAMHSA’s trauma-informed care principles, and The Fussy Baby Network’s FAN), our goal is to infuse these ideas throughout the materials with opportunities to find coherent and attuned ways of meeting the complex needs of supervisees – in all aspects of their job – with the aim of the program being able to provide the best possible services for children and families.
Core Perspectives of Reflective Supervision for the Whole Job
1. Developmental Perspective
2. Trauma-Informed Approaches
3. Ecological and Systems Perspectives
4. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion View
The perspectives are listed in order from the inner circle to the outer circle on the accompanying diagram. While influences are of course interactive (as is represented by the arrows in the diagram), they were organized in this order to illustrate the impact of the outer circles on the inner circles.
Core Processes of Reflective Supervision for the Whole Job and the Whole Organization
For questions or to receive more information about the Reflective Supervision Collaborative, please email RSCadmin@swhd.org.
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