25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

“THE NEXT RIGHT THING”: THE ROLE OF REFLECTIVE SUPERVISION IN TRAUMA-INFORMED EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH

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Recent evidence suggests value in trauma-informed approaches that focus on enhancing practitioners’ own self-reflective capacity. In the field of infant and early childhood mental health, emphasis is placed on the role of reflective supervision in enhancing providers reflective capacity. This session will provide an overview of reflective supervision and the role it plays within early childhood mental health. It will also describe benefits of embedding reflective supervision within supervisory relationships/organizations. A brief overview of a pilot focused on building reflective supervision within an early childhood setting as well as the research outcomes will also be provided. Throughout the presentation, participants will be invited to consider the utility of reflective supervision within their own work and respective organizations.

After attending this presentation, attendees will be able to:

1) Further their conceptual knowledge of how to promote reflective practice within an early childhood system; and,
2) Explore techniques aimed at promoting reflective practices within their respective settings.

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