Reflective Supervision: From Essential Elements to Complex Conundrums
Kadija Johnston, LCSW

October 19, 2012
8:30-9:00am MST Registration/check-in/breakfast
9:00-4:00 MST Teach In
9:00-11:00am MST Distance Learning

Wilderness Early Learning Center
2845 Wilderness Place
Boulder, CO 80301
 

**Due to the specific nature of the teach in, participants who are  actively in a supervision role are invited to attend the all-day teach in in person.** For those interested but not currently in a supervisory role, we are excited to offer a Distance Learning session associated with the event!
 
Teach In Description:
This full day teach in will focus on the essentials and importance of reflective supervision. Guided by the highly skilled and esteemed Ms. Kadija Johnston, supervisors will explore how they facilitate and provide reflective support in order for their supervisees to maintain their capacity while working with infants, toddlers and their families

Distance Learning Option: This session is geared for providers working with infants, young children, and their families who receive supervision and want to discover more about reflective supervision. The Distance Learning Option will be via video conference from 9:00-11:00am MST.

About Our Speaker: Kadija Johnston, LCSW is the Director of the Infant-Parent Program, at the University of California, San Francisco. For 25 years, Ms. Johnston has been supervising and training mental health professionals in the provision of mental health services to children birth through 5 years of age and the adults who care for them. From these experiences she and her colleagues have designed and implemented training programs in infant and early childhood mental health consultation now extend throughout the state and nation.  Ms. Johnston with Dr. Charles Brinamen, co-authored a book on mental health consultation published by Zero To Three for which they were awarded the Irving B. Harris Book Proposal Award for contributions to early childhood scholarship.

Registration
Teach In: $100 for CoAIMH members, $130 for non-members (includes light breakfast and lunch)
Distance Learning Option: $10 (members and non-members)

REGISTER NOW!


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