What is reflective learning supervision?

What is reflective learning supervision?

What is reflective learning supervision?

Reflective supervision is the regular collaborative reflection between a service provider (clinical or other) and supervisor that builds on the supervisee’s use of her thoughts, feelings, and values within a service encounter. Reflective supervision complements the goals and practices of TIS.

How do you prepare for a reflective supervision?

Best Practice Guidelines for the Reflective Supervisee Agree with the supervisor on a regular time and place to meet. Arrive on time and remain open and emotionally available. Come prepared to share the details of a particular situation, home visit, assessment, experience or dilemma.

When did reflective supervision start?

Reflective supervision was then included as part of the EHS model when the program wasawarded a grant in 2001. The program’s policies and procedures state that every employee is entitled to ongoing supervision.

What is the purpose of reflective supervision?

Reflective supervision is characterized by active listening and thoughtful questioning by both parties. The role of the supervisor is to help the supervisee to answer her own questions and to provide the support and knowledge necessary to guide decision-making.

How do I use supervision?

When using the supervision cycle in practice:

  1. do not feel that each stage of the cycle must rigidly follow the last – there will be many times when the conversation moves back and forth between the stages.
  2. do try and use mainly open questions in order to facilitate discussion and explore the supervisee’s perspective.

Why is supervision so important?

There are lots of reasons why supervision is important. Supervision gives managers and staff the opportunity to discuss any skills gaps and development needs and put action plans in place to address them, to ensure that staff have the skills and knowledge to be competent and confident in their role.

Why is supervision and reflective practice important?

The purpose of supervision is to give individuals the opportunity for critical reflection in order to draw attention to any matters arising, putting the interests of children and their families/carers first. It provides an opportunity to think of ways of solving problems and discover new ways of coping with situations.

What is supervision meaning?

Supervision is the act or function of overseeing something or somebody. A person who performs supervision is a “supervisor”, but does not always have the formal title of supervisor. A person who is getting supervision is the “supervisee”.

What makes a good supervision?

Good supervisors have the right values, skills and knowledge to do the role, and should have a good understanding of the work that supervisees do, and of the setting that they work in. Good supervisors have the right values, attitudes and behaviours, and role model them in their everyday work.

What do you need to know about reflective supervision?

Reflective supervision/consultation (RSC) is a form of ongoing professional development that supports infant and early childhood practitioners in their work and guides them in providing services focused on children’s needs. In this three-week online course, get an introduction to the principles and core competencies of RSC.

How to use the Rios framework for reflective supervision?

In this three-week online course, get an introduction to the principles and core competencies of RSC. Develop a foundation of knowledge about reflective supervision/consultation based in infant mental health theory and practice. This course uses the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS™) as a framework.

What kind of work can a reflective consultant do?

As a reflective consultant, she leads group reflective consultation for people in a variety of professions. This includes teams working in such fields as public health and emergency services, as well as teams working for social service agencies and crisis nurseries.

Where can I get a reflective practice credential?

If your state infant mental health association is a member of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health, application for endorsement is made through your state’s association and is separate from earning the Reflective Practice Center @ CEED’s Supporting early social and emotional development credential.