Reflective Supervision Learning Collaborative

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Training Dates (virtual)

September 16, 2022 from 12-1: Pre-Training for Supervisors & Program Directors

September 23, 2022 from 10-12: Diversity Informed Reflective Supervision

September 30, 2022 from 12-2: Using Multiple Lenses

October 7, 2022 from 12-2: Supervisory Relationships

October 14, 2022 from 10-12: Best Practices for Reflective Organizations 

Reflective supervision is a hallmark of high quality infant and early childhood services and a key requirement in the Culturally Responsive, Relationship Focused Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Endorsement® (Endorsement). With the roll out of Endorsement here in North Carolina, this training is designed to support program supervisors in implementing or enhancing the reflective supervision they provide to staff within their programs. 

This virtual learning experience will provide 9 hours of didactic training targeted towards enhancing supervisors’ knowledge of diversity informed reflective supervision. Sessions will focus on the ways in which supervisors can support infant and early childhood professionals in exploring multiple perspectives and using relationship based interventions to promote growth in their direct service work, as well as taking a deeper dive into some of the key features of reflective organizations.

After completing the training, participants will receive their own group reflective consultation that meets 1-2 times per month. These groups will support participants as they begin to implement and grow reflective supervision within their programs.

Presenter Bio(s)

Salam Soliman, Psy D., IMH-E® is the Director of the Center of Prevention and Early Trauma Treatment at Child First.  In that role, she oversees all the federal grant requirements which include replication of the Child First model, system development in the form of providing evidence-based training and consultation services in communities across the US as well as developing training for providers working with young children and helping create systems that work to support families and young children.

Diane Britz, LCSW, IMH-E® is the North Carolina Regional Clinical Director for Child First. Diane is responsible for the clinical consultation, training, and quality enhancement for the Child First affiliate sites in the State of North Carolina. Diane began her work in the Child First program in 2013 as an affiliate site Clinical Director in Connecticut and later in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Prior to her work in Child First, Diane worked in and supervised home-based programs in Connecticut. Diane has experience working with special populations including infant and early childhood mental health, foster care/adoption, and children with special health care needs. Diane earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Syracuse University.


Participants will be asked to pay fees related to their scope of work and desired Endorsement category. Learn more about fees and categories here. Scholarships are available. 

Not only is this training designed to meet the requirements of Endorsement, but upon completion of the training and reflective consultation the initial fees can be applied towards an Endorsement application. 

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Applications close August 12, 2022 & applicants will be notified no later than August 19, 2022.