Reflective Practice FAN Training and Consultation for Judges, Attorneys, and Caseworkers

Reflective Practice FAN Training and Consultation for Judges, Attorneys, and Caseworkers

We currently provide Reflective Practice FAN Training and reflective consultation to court professionals, including judges, attorneys, caseworkers, CASAs, and others.

Why You Need Reflective Practice

Working with at-risk children and families can be emotionally and physically exhausting. Judges often feel isolated in their roles as decision-makers, and attorneys and caseworkers can be impacted by the factors present in child welfare cases, which may even lead to vicarious trauma. Ongoing use of reflective practice can mitigate these effects.

" This has been a very positive experience for my office, and we all look forward to it. It had a very positive impact on our morale, and helped us to understand our similarities that we may not have been aware of and to better understand our differences to better work together while also supporting each other given the demanding field within which we work. It is emotional work that we do on a daily basis, so this provides an outlet to vent, work on solutions, and support each other. Much of our success is directly due to the environment created by our facilitator. "
RP recipient; attorney

How Reflective Practice Can Be Used with Court Professionals

Using the FAN in Court, judge speaks with the parents. Receiving reflective practice, professionals consult with one another. Using the FAN with client, attorney consults with client.

Reflective Practice Awareness Webinars

Sign up for a free, hour-long reflective practice awareness webinar. Find out how reflective practice could be for you – what reflective practice is and how it can help court professionals. Get an insight into the training and consultation NCRP provides.

NCRP FAN Awareness Webinar March 2023

Date: March 15, 2023
Time: 9:00 AM CDT
Location:

Online - Zoom Conference Call

Learn More in Our NCRP Annual Reports

Since its inception in 2016, the Nebraska Center on Reflective Practice (NCRP) has been working across different systems in Nebraska to provide reflective practice training, consultation, and post-training support to individuals and organizations. 

Embed Reflective Practice Into Your Court Community

Contact Dayna Goff at dgoff3@unl.edu if you are interested in embedding reflective practice into your court community.