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Reflective Supervision Virtually: Keeping staff engaged, motivated, and supported
Join us as we explore the topic of reflective supervision in virtual home visiting. Review fundamentals of reflective supervision and how those relationship-based strategies have been transitioned to the virtual setting. Learn concrete strategies from program supervisors and managers to help keep staff engaged, motivated and supported virtually.

Oct 21, 2020 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Emily Berry
Director of Early Childhood and Child Abuse Prevention & Supervisor of Healthy Families @Insights Teen Parent Services
Emily Berry is the Director of Early Childhood and Child Abuse Prevention programs and Healthy Families America supervisor at Insights Teen Parent Services in Portland Oregon. Emily has a master’s degree in mental health, child and family counseling psychology from Lewis and Clark College. She has devoted her studies and experience to the field of home visiting to young parents and their children.
Emily Robb
Public Health Nurse Supervisor
Emily Robb is a Public Health Nurse Supervisor in Washington County, MN. She has worked at the county for close to 20 years, first working directly with families and now, supervising a team of Public Health Nurses providing home visiting services. Her agency is part of a larger Healthy Families America accredited program, Metro Alliance for Healthy Families, serving the Twin Cities area. Since the beginning of the global Pandemic, she and her team have balanced ongoing services to families and COVID 19 response work.
Ellen Walsh & Bridget Bosch
@Baby TALK Learning Institute
Ellen Walsh holds a master degree in social work, and has been working for the Baby TALK Learning Institute since 2011. Baby TALK is a national family engagement model, approach, and curriculum with national headquarters in Illinois. Bridget Bosch joined the Baby TALK Leadership Institute Team as a Training & Technical Assistance Specialist this year. She began her work with Baby TALK as a home visitor and then became the supervisor of a Prevention Initiative Birth-3 Program. Her home visiting experience also includes working with older adults & Elder Abuse investigation in addition to many years working with the birth to 5 year old population.