(Note: This course was previously titled “Advanced Reflective Supervision/Consultation: Building Skills Using the RIOS™ Framework”)
Using the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS™) as a framework, you’ll learn about the process of beginning and maintaining a reflective alliance with individuals and groups to help professionals build skills and increase self-efficacy.
Clock hours: 28 clock hours
Summer 2021: July 12 to August 23, 2021. Register by July 5.
Cost: Early bird through June 14: $340; After June 14: $360
Learn about and/or expand your knowledge of:
- the theoretical foundations of reflective supervision/consultation (RS/C)
- the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS™) as a framework for the provision of RS/C
- best practice guidelines for reflective supervision/consultation
- developing a reflective relationship
- including race and culture in reflective supervision/consultation
- cultivating reflective capacity in self and others
- addressing common supervisory challenges
Who should register
You’re eligible to register if you:
- have successfully completed the CEED online course, Introduction to Reflective Supervision
- have received at least 25 hours of individual and/or group RS/C
- have received training in infant mental health theory and practice – the CEED online course, Introduction to Infant Mental Health, will fulfill this requirement
- are currently providing or will soon be providing RS/C to others
What to expect
- The course is instructor-led with feedback and interactions provided.
- All activities and assignments for this course are asynchronous and online. Nothing takes place in real time.
- You have access to the course site 24/7 and can fit your work on the course into your schedule.
- Activities and assignments include readings, videos, discussion board, recording two videos using an online tool called FlipGrid, and one 500-word reflection paper.
- You are expected to participate fully and abide by weekly submission due dates for assignments and activities.
Meet the instructor
Ashley McCormick (Spring session)
Ashley McCormick, LMSW, IMH-E®, Infant Mental Health Mentor-Clinical, serves as the Endorsement and Communications Director for the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health. Ashley is dedicated to promoting workforce development standards for all professionals who work with infants, young children and families through the promotion and use of the workforce development tools, the Competency Guidelines® and Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health®. Ashley is endorsed by the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health as an Infant Mental Health Mentor and provides in-service training and reflective supervision/consultation to professionals in the infant-young child-family field. Ashley’s training includes a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Child Development from Central Michigan University and a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Michigan.
Paige Light (Summer session)
Paige Light is a Licensed Professional Counselor and infant/early childhood consultant in private practice in Southwest Portland. She provides reflective supervision and consultation to infant and early childhood practitioners, supervisors, and administrators in several different service sectors. Endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Mentor- Clinical®, she recently was the Endorsement Director for the Oregon Infant Mental Health Association and facilitated the launch of IMH-Endorsement® in Oregon. Paige holds a Graduate Degree in Counseling Psychology from Lewis and Clark College and completed the first cohort of Portland State University’s Graduate Certificate Program in Infant/Toddler Mental Health in 2006. She has served as adjunct faculty to the program since 2007. Born and raised in Oregon, she is the parent of two amazing young adults who are currently college students. She spends her off time kayaking, hiking, and camping in the Pacific NW with her husband.
- Heffron, M.C., & Murch, T. (2010). Reflective supervision and leadership in infant and early childhood programs. Washington, D.C.: Zero to Three.
- Heller, S., & Gilkerson, L. (2009). A practical guide to reflective supervision. Washington, D.C.: Zero to Three. NOTE: This book is available on the Zero to Three website (http://zerotothree.org) for both members and nonmembers. You must, however, create an account before the book will appear available to you. Once you’ve created an account, go to Resources / Bookstore, and the books are listed alphabetically.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEED reserves the right to refuse/cancel a registration due to low enrollment, a prerequisite not completed, or other circumstances making the registration nonviable. In the event of a course cancellation, registrants have the option to receive a full refund OR to transfer the registration to the same course held in a future session. CEED will accept substitutions for attendees.
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