Expert Session: Reflective Supervision
Reflective supervision is a consistent, collaborative and interactive relationship between an infant-family professional and supervisor that supports the professional’s self awareness about their thoughts, feelings and values, and consideration of how to carefully use these within an encounter of service delivery. Reflective Supervision has been a pillar of IMH for years, and is increasingly relied upon to enhance the application of diversity informed, relationship-based reflective practices in our work.
Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
**The First3Years website indicates start time at 3:00 pm Central Time
Presenter: Jennifer Champagne, MEd, PhD, IMH-E® – Jennifer Champagne has been working with children, families and teachers for over 20 years. She earned a M.Ed. from Oakland University in Early Childhood Education and a PhD from Kent State University. She is endorsed as an Infant Family Specialist by the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health (IMH-E® (II). She is an early childhood consultant at Oakland Schools, an educational service agency in Southeast Michigan. Her responsibilities include offering professional development for early childhood educators in the areas of social and emotional learning. She currently serves on the state board for the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health. Her research interests at Kent State included a focus on the application of infant mental health principles and practices in early care and education. Her dissertation on reflective supervision, Relationships count: A qualitative case study of a professional learning series for early interventionists, was completed in 2015. For more information about Dr. Champagne’s work visit her website: reflectiveconsultation.weebly.com
Continuing Education: All continuing education was completed through First3Years. After the webinar participants will receive a link to complete an online survey. Once the survey is completed, participants will receive a certificate with continuing education and MI-AIMH Endorsement® hours. The continuing education and certificate is provided through First3Years.
Registration: To register for this FREE webinar follow these steps:
- Click on this LINK.
- Scroll down the page and click on “continue event registration as a new account”
- Complete your information – the CODE was listed in the electronic flyer that was emailed out
- The next page will still show $15.00 fee – do not worry it will be removed on the final page
- NOTE that the website indicates a start time of 3:00 pm (they are Central Time) but for Michigan it is 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
For questions regarding the webinar or registration, contact Natalie Baerwaldt at (512) 550-9626.