Trauma Informed Reflective Supervision Registration and Inquiry Form
Thank you for your interest in Reflective Supervision for educators. Below are some guidelines and agreements for the group. Please sign and give your consent before we proceed.
Reflective supervision (RS) is not therapy. It is focused on experiences, thoughts, and feelings directly connected with the work. Reflective supervision is characterized by active listening and thoughtful questioning by both parties. The role of the supervisor is to help the supervision group to answer their own questions and to provide the support and knowledge necessary to guide decision-making. In addition, the supervisor and group provides an empathetic, nonjudgmental ear to the supervisee. Working through complex emotions in a “safe place” allows the supervisee to manage the stress they experience on the job. It also allows the staff person to experience the very sort of relationship that they are expected to provide for students and families in schools.
Please complete the registration form below to sign up for supervision. If you have any questions please contact our program director April Brown at
or myself at
We are happy to set up an informational call if you want to learn more!
Emily Santiago, MS, LEP, NCSP
Director, Center for Cognitive Diversity
Mental Health professional
School District or Organization
Time of day you are available for supervision. Sessions take place once a month for 2 hours. Makeup sessions are available.
9am-11am Pacific Time
4:30-6:30pm Pacific Time
2:30-4:30pm Pacific Time
Have you ever participated in Reflective Supervision?
A similar process of consulting but it was called something else
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