Reflective Practice FAN Training Program (OPEN3)
When & Where
Date and Time
- April 10, 2024 | 9:00am - 3:30pm CDT
- April 11, 2024 | 9:00am - 3:30pm CDT
- October 9, 2024 | 9:00am - 3:30pm CDT
Online - Zoom Conference Call
About This Training
This training is open to the public.
This training will help professionals enhance their capacity to respond to others and communicate based on developmental principles and personal reflection. NCRP uses the Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) model for reflective practice created by the Erikson Institute.
The NCRP Reflective Practice FAN Training Program consists of four main parts:
Pre-Training Reflective Consultation: February - March 2024
Each training participant will have the opportunity to participate in four pre-training group reflective consultation sessions. These reflective consultation sessions are intended to enhance the training experience by providing participants with an opportunity to experience reflective practice prior to the initial training. These sessions will help participants connect reflective practice concepts and skills with real life experiences.
Initial Training: April 10 and 11, 2024
This two day training will build the foundational knowledge you'll need to provide reflective practice using the FAN model to the people you serve.
In this training, you will:
- Learn the foundations of reflective practice
- Explore the FAN model of attuned interaction and its core processes in depth
- Develop the skills needed to provide reflective practice using the FAN model
- Participate in an interactive, trainee-focused experience
Mentoring Sessions: April 2024 - September 2024
To complete the NCRP Reflective Practice Training Program, you are required to attend at least five mentoring and consultation sessions with your trainers. These sessions are intended to be a space for you process your experiences with reflective practice, celebrate your successes, and work through any barriers you may encounter. Sessions will be held on a monthly basis.
Advanced Training: October 9, 2024
This training will refine the reflective practice skills you developed in the first training and go over more advanced concepts in the FAN model.
All parts of the FAN training will occur through Zoom video conferencing.
Tracey Kock is an 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.
Dayna L. Goff is the Outreach and Training Specialist with the Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Children at UNL’s Center for Children, Family and the Law. Dayna earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Social Work from the University of Kansas and her Juris Doctorate from University of Nebraska College of Law. She previously worked as a therapeutic case manager at a child welfare agency, as the associate director of a visitation agency and as an attorney practicing in estate planning, family and juvenile law. She continues to practice juvenile law in Lancaster County.
Please apply by clicking on "Apply". Your application will be reviewed and you will receive an email regarding your application status.
This training is open only to individuals working in Nebraska.
Contact Dayna at email@example.com