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What is Reflective Supervision?

Reflective Practice is a process in which a person reflects on ones’ own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that arise when working with expectant parents; infants, young children, and their families; and professionals.

Reflective Supervision is regular collaborative meetings between a professional that provides services to families and young children (clinical, intervention, early educator, etc.) and a trained Reflective Supervision provider. They meet to reflect and build skills, using the provider’s thoughts, feelings, and values and how they apply within the context of providing services. 

"Kids don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are."

-Jim Henson