Reflective supervision (Day 1 of 2)

Learning Event : Research messages workshop
Middletons Hotel, York
09:30 to 16:30 Thursday, 02 November 2017

Places for this workshop and waiting list are now full and we are unable to take further booking requests.

The aims of reflective supervision are to support practitioners' awareness of how their values and experiences mediate their practice, to facilitate critical thinking and analysis of case information, and to build emotional resilience. Achieving these aims requires building a supportive but constructively challenging supervisor-supervisee relationship and maximising the use of supervision time.

This two-part Learning Module will explore messages from research about the benefits of reflective supervision for practitioners and organisations. It will focus on supporting managers to develop skills and strategies to enhance opportunities for reflection across the children and families workforce including methods for group supervision. The session will share tools for recording reflective supervision. .

Day two of this Learning Module will be held on Thursday 14 December 2017. Participants must be able to attend both days (participants will automatically be enrolled on day two)

Aimed at: Staff with supervisory responsibilities across early help, targeted support and statutory services with children and families.

Research in Practice Partners with full membership have priority access in booking event places. Four weeks before an event takes place, Partners on Reduced Service membership and Individual Subscribers will be able to purchase event places, subject to availability. Non-members of Research in Practice interested in event places should email events@rip.org.uk to register their interest.