Tracy Schreifels, MS, LMFT, IMH-E® (IV), shares insights from developing the self-study module The Plot Thickens: Reflective Supervision for Groups.
Experiencing strong emotions while working with families can mean that infant mental health practitioners are making effective connections. Mindy Kronenberg, PhD, IMH-E®, explains how reflective practice can help professionals manage stress while remaining effective.
Our free, downloadable e-book won a Maroon award for design from the University of Minnesota Communicators Forum!
The Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS) was developed at CEED as a research tool, but reflective practitioners quickly found creative ways to use it in reflective sessions. Learn more in our Q & A with Michelle Dineen, MSW, LICSW, IMH-E®.
Learn about what happens in a reflective supervision session and how it can benefit practitioners in fields such as early childhood education, social work, and health care.
We’re offering a discount on your registration for any of our self-study modules throughout the month of May.
Can watching Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood be a way into mindfulness practice? Guest blogger Mary Harrison, PhD, LICSW, IMH-E, explores the contrast between our busy contemporary lifestyles and the slow pace of the beloved television program.
Module author Tracy Schreifels, MS, LMFT, IMH-E® (IV), shares her reflections on building the new self-study module “A Guide for the Guide: The ‘How’ of Reflective Supervision.”
Module author Angela Klinefelter, MS, LMFT, IMH-E (III), discusses the concept of parallel process and why it’s applicable to all types of relationships.
Barbara Stroud, PhD, shares insights into how she developed self-study modules on Tackling the Elephants in the Room 1: Exploring Issues of Cultural Humility and Privilege and Tackling the Elephants in the Room 2: Unpacking Implicit Bias and Moving from Equity to Justice.