My name is Sarah Fitzgibbons. I am a Doctoral Student in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Rochester, Margaret Warner School of Education. My dissertation is focused on exploring possible relationships between reflective supervision (RS) and other factors including reflective capacity, and length of time receiving reflective supervision in the infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) field.
I am contacting you because of your affiliation with the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health. I am seeking study participants who are professionals currently with infants, young children and their families in the fields of home visiting, psychotherapy, and early intervention and prevention fields who receive a minimum of twice monthly, individual reflective supervision or reflective consultation.
The study is all online, and focus on your experiences with reflective supervision, and your thoughts, feelings and perspectives about your professional service to others, as well as on the impact of reflective supervision on your work, experiences of power, and identity factor similarities and differences in your reflective supervision relationship. In total, it will take about 20-30 minutes to complete, and your responses will be anonymous.
Upon completion of the study, you will be eligible to be entered in to a raffle to win one of four, $30 gift cards.
To learn more about the study, and to participate, please click the link below.