The Reflective Supervision Collaborative (RSC) is pleased to be able to offer multiple scholarships for individuals or small teams (3 to 9 individuals) in the infant family and early childhood fields to participate in a 9 month on-line Reflective Supervision training program.
Participants from a variety of fields that serve infants, young children and families are welcome to apply, including home visitors, clinicians, early interventionists, educators, health care workers, and child welfare professionals.
Applicants must meet at least one of the criteria below, selection will prioritize BIPOC professionals:
These scholarships will partially or fully fund (depending on participant need) program participation in the RSC Track 1 training. After completing this training, participants will be eligible to apply for further training offered by the Reflective Supervision Collaborative which is focused on supporting the implementation of Reflective Supervision within agencies and organizations.
The Fall 2023 RSC Track 1 training starts in October. Registrations for the session will be accepted between August 16 and 31, 2023. Scholarships are currently available for this track. To learn more, email RSCadmin@swhd.org.
These scholarships are funded by Collaborations for Growth in honor of Rebecca Shahmoon Shanok, a well-known and revered leader in the field of infant mental health and founding member of the Reflective Supervision Collaborative. This opportunity supports Rebecca’s vision of high-quality supervision and support for teachers, clinicians, home visitors and others who work with infants, young children, and their families. The program also supports her deep commitment to equity and importance of providing meaningful learning opportunities to front line providers.
For questions or to receive more information about the Reflective Supervision Collaborative, please email RSCadmin@swhd.org.
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