Reflective Practice for EI Leadership Series 2019

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Reflective Practice for EI Leadership Series 2019
This is an ongoing reflective supervision series for Administrators, Supervising Lead Service Coordinators, IMH/EC and other Consultants. Contemporary experiences will be explored using a facilitated group process with adherence to reflective practice principles. The “use of professional self”, attuned relating, increasing competence, building reflective capacity and strengthening program quality to develop skills and inform meaningful service delivery will be discussed. The series occurs one time monthly for ten sessions lasting 75 minutes each. General themes and concepts embedded in the series process include:
• Brief Orientation to Reflective Practice-the general history, purpose and methodology will be covered. The learning relationship and clarity of mutual expectations will be negotiated. The history reflective versus administrative supervision will be shared.
• FAN- the core process of the FAN will be discussed and illustrated in a vignette.
• Mindful Self-Regulation to Promote Near Perfect Presence – professional equanimity and strategies to promote attunement will be discussed.
• Inquiry- strategies to promote safe storytelling and sharing of concerns or successes will be explored.
• Supervisee Stressors and Protective Factors – identification of triggers, vulnerabilities, ecological challenges and professional strengths using reflective supervision/consultation will be illustrated.
• Consulting When Trauma is Present – the impact of vicarious trauma on the developing professional and self-care will be explored.
• The Consultative Stance (Johnston and Brinamen-2006) – the ten elements of the consultative stance and their relevance to coaching supervisees for effective intervening will be reviewed and applied.
• Reflective Supervision Strategies for Addressing Challenging Behaviors – understanding the meaning behind the exhibited behavior and methods for addressing transference, triangulation, splitting, and countertransference dynamics will be discussed.
• Exploration of Concerns - strategies for eliciting varied perspectives to inform next steps will be discussed and applied.
• Integration of Practice Insights – the use of reflective supervision to promote knowledge of accomplishments and solutions to identified challenges will be explored.

***These sessions are approved for the following IL EI credits:

1. Brief Orientation to Reflective Practice-1.25 WWF
2. FAN- 1.25 WWF
3. Mindful Self-Regulation to Promote Near Perfect Presence –1.25 WWF
4. Inquiry- 1. 25 WWF
5. Supervisee Stressors and Protective Factors–1.25 WWF
6. Consulting When Trauma is Present – 1.25 WWF
7. The Consultative Stance (Johnston and Brinamen-2006) – 1.25 WWF
8. Reflective Supervision Strategies for Addressing Challenging Behaviors – 1.25 WWF
9. Exploration of Concerns – 1.25 WWF
10. Integration of Practice Insights – 1.25 WWF




Location CFC 12
17300 S. Ozark
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Date 1/1/2019 9:00 AM - 12/31/2019 10:15 AM (Check in 9:00 AM)
Sponsor ESMC
Trainer Mary Marovich
Contact Mary Marovich mmrovich@eastersealschicago.org
Principles 1. Support families
3. Collaborative relationships
6. Periodic monitoring
7. Quality services
Credit Hours 0
Cost In house.
Status Closed