Deb Harris, LISW, IMH-E Clinical Mentor, will provide an introduction to Reflective Supervision/Consultation (RSC), including research supporting RSC; the benefits of RSC for families, providers, and programs; and the ethical necessity of RSC to ensure equitable access to services for vulnerable families. RSC is a foundational component in the field of infant mental health and a core activity of professional development for anyone serving infants, toddlers, and young children and their caregivers.
To receive official NASW-AK CEUs for this training, you MUST be on video camera throughout the training. Please ensure that you have problem-solved the technology aspects of your attendance prior to the event. We will be using Zoom and the platform has multiple support pages to assist you.
Through October 11: Only AK-AIMH members may register.
October 12-31: Registration open to anyone providing services in Alaska.
October 31: Deadline to cancel your registration for a full refund.
If you choose to register & pay as an out of state participant, please note, you will be waitlisted until November 1.
October 31: Open registration closes. People not working/residing in Alaska will be notified about seat availability and will have until November 6 to register and pay for the training via an invitation link.