Reflective Supervision/Consultation (RS/C) is a form of ongoing professional development that supports 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 RS/C. 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.
Please note: Take this course as a stand-alone course or apply it to the Supporting Early Social and Emotional Development Credential.
- Register for Spring 2019 (February 11 to March 4, 2019). Register by February 4. Early bird rate if you register by December 15 (spring session only).
- Register for Summer 2019 (June 3 to June 24, 2019). Register by May 27. Registration opens December 15, 2018.
What to expect
- Gain an understanding of the principles and goals of RS/C.
- Learn the structure of a RS/C session.
- Learn how to describe the topics of conversation and methods of inquiry used in RS/C when employing the RIOS™ framework.
All activities and assignments for this course are asynchronous and online. Nothing takes place in real time; however, the expectation is that students complete all assignments and activities associated with the weekly module by the end of that week.
Who should register
- Early childhood educators
- Special education educators and practitioners
- Social workers
- Home visitors
- Others working with young children ages birth to five
Meet the instructors
Christopher Watson, Ph.D., IMH-E®[IV], is the director of the Reflective Practice Center at CEED. He led the team of clinicians and researchers who developed the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS™) and is conducting further research into the implementation process and results of RS/C.
Maren Harris, MA, LMFT, IMH-E® Infant Mental Health Mentor, provides reflective consultation and clinical supervision to early childhood practitioners. She has worked in the infant mental health field for over 20 years as a clinician, home visitor, supervisor, trainer, and consultant. She has served as co-chair and endorsement coordinator for the Minnesota Association For Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.
Ms. Dineen has worked in the infant mental health field for 11 years. She has been a home visitor and a supervisor in the Healthy Family America model. She has a Certificate in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. Her MSW is from the University of Minnesota and her BA in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame. She has received reflective supervision for over 11 years and has provided it to others for 5 years.
- Earn 10 clock hours
- Register for spring 2019 by December 15 and get the Early Bird rate of $95
- $110 registration fee
There are no required materials for this short course.
- Cancellation before Day 1 of the session: Full refund less $35 administrative fee
- Cancellation Day 1 Week 1 through Day 1 Week 2: 75% refund less $35 administrative fee
- Cancellation Day 2 Week 2 forward: No refund will be provided.
To cancel, send an email to Karen Anderson at email@example.com.