Reflective Supervision/Consultation Self-Study Modules

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Any Time
Location and Delivery Method
Delivery Method
Online / Web Delivered
Cost Range
$85.00 to $720.00
Individual registration rate for each module is $85. Sign up for all nine modules at the same time and receive a $45 discount. Group registration rates vary by group size.

Host And Instructor

Center for Early Education & Development, University of Minnesota
Varies by module


Contact Hours: 3.00

Training Overview Description

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.

The Modules and Competency Areas:

  • Wondering with a purpose: Reflection in any setting - Contemplation, Curiosity.
  • Tackling the elephants in the room, Part 1: Exploring issues of cultural humility and privilege - Cultural Competence, Emotional Response.
  • Tackling the elephants in the room, Part 2: Unpacking implicit bias and moving from equity to justice - Cultural Competence, Contemplation.
  • A guide for the guide: The “how” of reflective supervision - Reflective Supervision, Supporting Others.
  • The plot thickens: Reflective supervision/consultation for groups - Reflective Supervision, Group Process.
  • The domino effect: Parallel process in reflective supervision - Reflective Supervision, Parallel Process.
  • Why you matter: Professional use of self - Reflective Supervision, Self-Awareness.
  • Holding the baby in mind: When we are dysregulated ourselves - Infant/Young Child Family-Centered Practice, Emotional Response.
  • Hand in hand: Joining administrative, clinical, and reflective supervision roles - Supporting Others, Reflective Supervision.

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.

Each module has a recommended audience, but all modules are open to anyone who would like to participate.

Contact Hours

Participants who successfully complete a module receive a Certificate of Completion for three clock hours. A total of 27 hours can be earned by attending all nine modules.

Event-specific Details

The Alaska Association of Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health (AK-AIMH) has listed this training for the benefit of Alaska's professionals as part of our three-year initiative Project Compass: Leading the Way to Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Workforce Development. Project Compass is funded by AK-AIMH members and donors, the Alaska Children's Trust, and the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.