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.
How Reflective Practice Can Be Used with Court Professionals
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.
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.