Reflective Practice

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Finding Your Way Through Conflict: Strategies for Early Childhood Educators

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In this session, you will explore components of and personal feelings about conflict, practice recognizing what is happening in a conflict, and develop strategies to engage in productive conflict resolution. Developing both tolerance and skills for engaging in conflict, you will expand your professional conflict resolution skill set.
Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Chris Amirault, PhD, Tulsa Educare; Christine Snyder, MA, University of Michigan

P-5 Competency Domains: 

  • P-5 (1) Early Childhood Development 
  • P-5 (3) Relationship-Based Practice 
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Developing a Culture of Reflection in Child Welfare

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Reflective practice helps us understand our reactions to our work. In child welfare, where young children make up 45% of open cases, we are more likely to stir emotional responses. Reflective practice can help us recognize and regulate those feelings so we can more clearly assess child safety and service planning.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Adriana Molina, LMFT, Allies for Every Child

P-5 Competency Domains:

  • P-5 (7) Professional and Ethical Practices
  • P-5 (6) Leadership to Meet Family Needs and Improve Services and Systems
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Reflective Supervision for the Whole Job: Integrating the Many Roles/Responsibilities of the Reflective Supervisor

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The purpose of this interactive session is to present an integrated approach to reflective supervision which allows the supervisor to be intentional, responsive, collaborative, and reflective regardless of the content of the supervisory session. This same approach is used whether addressing clinical, administrative, interpersonal, or systems issues.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Trudi N. Murch, PhD, Southwest Human Development; Mary Claire Heffron, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, California; Abayea Pelt; Linda Gilkerson, PhD, and Christine Wulbecker, Erikson Institute 

P-5 Competency Domains:

  • P-5 (3) Relationship-Based Practice
  • P-5 (7) Professional and Ethical Practices
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Bringing Self-Compassion and Care Home: Learning by Nurturing

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This session will consider self-compassion and the culturally diverse ways self-care is conceptualized and practiced. A variety of self-compassion and resilience-building contemplative techniques will be offered throughout the Intensive. Participants will also have an opportunity to reflect on strategies for making such practices a regular part of their working days and personal lives.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Kandace Thomas, PhD, First 8 Memphis; Kimberly Arthur, PhD, Seattle Children’s Hospital; Patricia Gonzalez, ARC of King County

P-5 Competency Domains: 

  • P-5 (3) Relationship-Based Practice
  • P-5 (5) Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.