University of Minnesota Center for Early Education and Development

The Reflective Practice Center's nine new self-study modules explore components of reflective supervision and can be used as a way to meet the professional development needs of practitioners seeking or maintaining endorsement. Some additional details:

  • Modules are aligned with Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health competency areas and meet Endorsement® professional development requirements

  • Self-paced, three-hour format

  • $85 per individual registration; group rates available

  • Certificate of Completion for three clock hours

These modules complement our instructor-led online courses RIOS™ 1: Using the RIOS™ Framework for Reflective Supervision and RIOS™ 2: Advanced Reflective Supervision Using the RIOS™ Framework. Please let me know if I can provide any further information about the Reflective Practice Center at CEED or our self-study modules.

1. Wondering with a purpose: Reflection in any setting

2. Tackling the elephants in the room, part 1: Exploring issues of cultural humility and privilege

3. Tackling the elephants in the room, part 2: Unpacking implicit bias and moving from equity to ju stice

4. A guide for the guide: The "how" of reflective supervision

5. The plot thickens! Reflective supervision for groups

6. The domino effect: Parallel process in reflective supervision

7. Why you matter: Professional use of self

8. Holding the baby in mind—when we are dysregulated ourselves

9. Hand in hand: Joining administrative, clinical, and reflective supervision

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