Working with and on behalf of infants, very young children and their parents/caregivers is rewarding, but it can also be emotionally taxing and stressful.  Professionals across all systems and disciplines can benefit from developing and practicing a way to slow down and carefully examine their attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions.

Demystifying Reflective Practice:  Defining Reflective Supervision and Consultation for Infant and Early Childhood Professionals was developed by a group of Wisconsin experts, chaired by the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health.  This guide provides an overview of Reflective Practice,  including such information as:
– What is Reflective Practice

– The Benefits of Reflective Practice

– Essential Elements of Reflective Supervision

– Building Reflective Practice through Reflective Supervision

– Who can provide Reflective Supervision or Consultation?

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