Reflective Supervision

Reflective Supervision/Consultation is a model of professional development used to support workers in high-stress positions working with vulnerable and/or trauma exposed positions. This may include, but is not limited to, frontline workers, legal teams, early interventionists, teachers, child welfare workers, public health nurses, and Juvenile Justice workers. 

Working in high-stress environments or with vulnerable and/or trauma exposed populations requires immense emotional energy and critical thinking. It can often feel overwhelming and emotionally draining, leading to burnout, emotional numbing, or even secondary traumatic stress symptoms.

I am endorsed as a Reflective Practice Facilitator in the state of California and currently provide both group and individual reflective supervision to supervisors & managers based out of community mental health agencies throughout Los Angeles County. If you or your agency are interested in these supportive services please contact me for more information. Note: Participation in Reflective Supervision is a requirement for those seeking endorsement as an Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist.