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Description

The Reflective Practice Center’s series of self-study modules explain, explore, and extend learning and skills related to various components and facets of reflective supervision/consultation and the RIOS™.  

Designed to deliver current, evidence-based content in practical, small doses, these modules provide focused learning and companion resources that complement and expand upon our RIOS™ 1 and RIOS™ 2 online courses, as well as meet the professional development needs of reflective practitioners in any early childhood setting.

Each module has a recommended audience, but all modules are open to anyone who would like to participate. Participants who successfully complete a module receive a Certificate of Completion for three clock hours.

Pricing is available for individuals and groups. Individual registration cost and information can be found on each module landing page. For group registration information, please visit our group registration page.

These 3-hour self-study modules are:

  • authored by expert voices from across the United States.
  • framed with the needs of adult learners in mind, delivering content through readings, videos, and podcasts, and assessing knowledge through reflective responses and knowledge checks.
  • aligned with competency areas established and reviewed by the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health and meet Endorsement® professional development requirements.

Read more about the modules on the CEED website. 

Sign up for all nine modules at the same time and receive $5 off each module. Choose Add Discount from the drop-down menu and use CEED9 as the discount code.

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Section Title
Tackling the Elephants in the Room, Part 1
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
In this self-study module, time will be spent acknowledging and understanding the importance of self-regulation and self-reflection when addressing sensitive topics such as privilege, racism, and white fragility. In addition, the concepts of race, culture, ethnicity, and Cultural Humility will be explored within the context of identity development. Experience acknowledging discomfort and emotions through reflection provides the foundation to further unpack personal implicit bias and take the first steps in moving from equality to justice.
Section Title
Tackling the Elephants in the Room, Part 2
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
Discover how to recognize and acknowledge the causes of implicit bias in this continuation of Tackling the Elephants, Part 1. Explore strategies for identifying this common human response and connecting them to behaviors they elicit. By harnessing this knowledge, become better able to create environments of safety in which issues of inequity and justice in relationship to oneself, as well as to the families and children one serves, may be addressed. Reflective skills are introduced and practiced as established relationship qualities needed in order to discuss the uncomfortable realities of injustice and all types of discrimination.
Section Title
A Guide for the Guide: The "How" of Reflective Supervision
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
Explore strategies for setting up and conducting effective reflective supervision sessions to encourage participants’ reflective functioning, and to create a foundation of trust for future sessions. In addition, this module considers approaches for addressing ruptures and establishing repair, as well as techniques for building and maintaining relationships while using distance technology.
Section Title
The Plot Thickens! Reflective Supervision/Consultation for Groups
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
Offering reflective supervision/consultation to a group rather than to sole recipients can deepen team relationships and stretch professional development funds. This module explores strategies for offering effective group reflective supervision. It focuses on addressing and supporting the stages of group development, common concerns in group dynamics, and changes to group membership. In addition, the advantages and differences between group reflective supervision and individual reflective supervision are discussed.
Section Title
Wondering with Purpose: Reflection in Any Setting
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
In this self-study module, the concept of reflection is examined within the context of infant mental health principles. Understanding the connection between internal thoughts and feelings and external behaviors to better support interactions and relationships, and the value of reflecting, are explored. Strategies and benefits are shared for building one’s capacity to reflect, and consequently move between an awareness of one's own inner state and another's perspective.
Section Title
The Domino Effect: Parallel Process in Reflective Supervision
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
Unpack the concept of parallel process in this self-study module. Through exploring the key components of effective parallel process within the context of reflective supervision, students will gain a solid understanding of the essential importance the cascading influence of relationship holds in direct service work and in one’s professional connections. In addition, the module considers the features that effective supervision/consultation and professional relationships offer the early childhood professional, making them into tools for supporting improved practice.
Section Title
Why You Matter: Professional Use of Self
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
Step back to gain a clearer perspective of your professional role by exploring and considering the essential element of Professional Use of Self within reflective spaces and helping relationships. By attending to the complexities of helping relationships through the context of reflection, students will discover self-supporting strategies for bolstering and enriching one’s role of working with others, as well as in the field. 
Section Title
Holding the Baby in Mind: When We Are Dysregulated Ourselves
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
Being fully present emotionally while doing the inherently dysregulating work of supporting babies and families is an ongoing challenge. This module explores strategies for maintaining reflective capacity and self-regulation while feeling dysregulated. Better understand why the work elicits this common response in practitioners, and what happens when one becomes dysregulated. Gain an understanding of strategies that lead to identifying and responding to dysregulation. By managing personal emotional arousal, we will become better able to break through and address common barriers that prevent us from holding the baby in mind.
Section Title
Hand in Hand: Joining Administrative, Clinical, and Reflective Supervision Roles
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 30, 2020 to Oct 30, 2024
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $85.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Details
This module provides guidance on ways to integrate reflective supervision into supervisory structures that include multiple roles. Learn strategies for blending administrative, clinical/programmatic, and reflective supervision responsibilities together in order to balance program outcomes, staff development, and performance evaluation. By identifying and self-reflecting on personal strengths, naturally occurring power imbalances, as well as opportunities for collaborative problem-solving and relationship-building, you will discover new possibilities for growth in your supervisory role.
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