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Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network and MI-AIMH
Early Childhood Learning Series
A Collaborative Space for Discussion & Deeper Understanding of Classic & Contemporary Themes in IECMH Reflective Supervision & Consultation
This training is for those in the DWIHN who currently provide (or have provided) reflective supervision to staff, interns, teachers, etc.
This training is sponsored generously by the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWHN). Therefore, training attendees need to be employed by a Detroit Wayne Infant Mental Health program and a coupon code is required to register.
This reflective supervision & consultation (RS/C) training series will focus on classic and contemporary themes that have been identified within clinical and research literature and real-life RS/C experiences. ‘Classic’ themes include the influence of race, diversity, bias, and privilege within RS/C; the use of attachment, ecological, and systems theories to inform the development and use of the RS/C relationship within the field; and the roles of supervisors and supervisees in the creation of this ‘relationship for learning’ that supports professional growth and development. This training will allow for opportunities for conversation about these themes and identify ways they are interconnected. In addition, the trainers view this as an opportunity for collaboration to identify training topics that are currently impacting the field and the implementation of reflective supervision. Current events such as the pandemic, racial violence, and exposed systemic racism and disparities, are testing us personally and professionally; and they are testing our knowledge and theoretical foundations. The growth of RS/C has also found many supervisors in unfamiliar territory, as they provide this unique type of supervision within non-clinical or mental health settings. We will leave space to have conversations about what is missing in reflective supervision/consultation training – and then create those training opportunities together. RS/C is an opportunity for professional growth, and to experience the joy, challenge, anguish, and beauty of this work. This series will be thought-provoking and challenging and will include vignettes, breakout discussion and theoretical material – this will be a ‘hands on’ training – be prepared to participate and be engaged!
Dates: May 6th, June 10th; August 12th & September 16th
Attendance at all four dates is strongly encouraged.
Times: 9am – 12pm – all four dates
Access: Trainings will be offered through Zoom. A zoom link will be sent to registrants closer to the training. Be careful when entering your email address so that it is correct.
IMPORTANT – in order to receive a certificate and/or Continuing Education you will need to have a Zoom account (which is free) logged in to view the training. We are able to export a report from Zoom which will track your attendance. When you are signed in, your name appears along with the amount of time you were on the Zoom call. Only those names that appear on the report will receive certificates with continuing education credits/clock hours. Certificates will be issued after the September session. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenters: Carla Barron, LMSW, PhD, IMH-E® and Karol Wilson, LMSW, IMH-E®
- Describe the role of the reflective supervisor during a time of extreme uncertainty for staff, client families, agencies, & programs.
- Recognize individual, relational, and systemic challenges to reflective supervision.
- Examine how their own attachment and internal working model impacts how and who they are in reflective supervision.
- Increase awareness of their reflective supervision style, values, & beliefs; and how these impact their supervisory relationships.
- Identify 1-3 ways to navigate diversity & difference within reflective supervision.
- Identify 1-3 terms related to diversity & culture that should be explored within the supervisor supervisee relationship.
- Apply the Diversity-Informed tenets to their perspectives of reflective supervision.
- Identify 1-3 potential triggers that can challenge the relationship between the supervisor and supervisee.
- Utilize small and large group discussion to identify ways to navigate challenges in reflective supervision.
- Reflect on their own experience as a reflective supervisee and ways to use their experience in supervision
- Identify 1-3 areas of support needed to enhance and deepen the reflective supervision relationship.
Continuing Education Information – 11.0 training hours:
Social Work – Approved for 11.0 Michigan SW CEU’s
IMH Endorsement® – Will count towards the requirements for the MI-AIMH Endorsement®
NEW! Licensed Professional Counselors – NBCC Hours – Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health (MI-AIMH) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No.6867. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. MI-AIMH is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Certificates will be completed and sent to attendees after the last session in September
Key MI-AIMH Competencies addressed include:
This training is sponsored generously by the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN). Therefore, training attendees need to be employed by a Detroit Wayne Infant Mental Health program and a registration code is required to register. If you work outside of Detroit-Wayne County and are interested in the training topic, please contact Tiffanie Martinez email@example.com, MI-AIMH Communications and Training Specialist, about the possibility of bringing this trainer to your area.
Registration deadlines: Registration will close on May 3, 2021
For registration questions, contact Tiffanie Martinez at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-516-0858