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Reflective Supervision

Dr. Grant provides individual or group Reflective Supervision/Consultation, in person or virtually. She is an approved RS/C provider for Infant Mental Health endorsement.

Reflective Supervision/Consultation can be very basically thought of as a "work therapy." It provides an intentional time for professionals to explore their work experiences with the intentions of providing support and strengthening them as professionals. While often housed in mental health areas, other professions are engaging more and more with the RS/C process, finding it to support employee well-being, growth, and retention. Educators, medical professionals, home visitors, child care providers, and clergy are frequent participants in RS/C.

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Per the Alliance for Infant Mental health, this form of Reflective Supervision/Consultation:

 "...is distinct due to the shared exploration of the parallel process. That is, attention to all of the relationships is important, including the ones between practitioner and supervisor, between practitioner and parent, and between parent and infant/toddler. It is critical to understand how each of these relationships affects the others. Of additional importance, reflective supervision/consultation relates to professional and personal development within one’s discipline by attending to the emotional content of the work and how reactions to the content affect the work. Finally, there is often greater emphasis on the supervisor/consultant’s ability to listen and wait, allowing the supervisee to discover solutions, concepts and perceptions on his/her own without interruption from the supervisor/consultant."

Learn more about Reflective Supervision/Consultation here.

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