On-Demand FAN Overview Webinar

When & Where

Date and Time

By request


Virtual Training – Zoom Video Conferencing

How to Request

Contact Tracey Kock at tracey.kock@unl.edu for more information.


Please review registration details before registering.


About This Event

The Nebraska Center on Reflective Practice offers on-demand trainings and webinars - including the FAN Overview Webinar - to organizations and systems interested in imbedding reflective practice into their work. The FAN Overview Webinar provides a three-hour overview of the Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) model for reflective practice.

Professionals who work in human services and the court system are engaged in work that is both rewarding and emotionally intrusive. Reflective practice is a relationship-based practice which assists in mitigating the effects of emotionally intrusive work by helping individuals examine their current and past actions, emotions, experiences, and responses to evaluate their performance and learn to improve in the future. This overview training is designed to be an introduction to the FAN model of reflective practice and will begin to examine the FAN core processes.

Attendees will:

  • Gain a basic understanding of each component of the FAN model of reflective practice.
  • Explore the FAN through interactive and reflective activities.
  • Will be able to begin to implement the concepts of the FAN model
  • Learn about what the Nebraska Center on Reflective Practice offers in terms of training program and reflective consultation.


Tracey Kock is a Outreach and Training Specialist with the Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Young Children at the University of Nebraska’s Center on Children, Families, and the Law. Prior to her current position, Tracey worked as a Permanency Director in child welfare in Nebraska's Eastern Service Area. Tracey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Welfare and a Criminal Justice Certificate from the University of Wisconsin Madison and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.


For more information, contact Tracey Kock at tracey.kock@unl.edu.