Helping professionals perform emotionally taxing work. This hour-long webinar will explore how reflective practice can help mitigate those effects through reflection, attunement, and concepts like mindfulness.
Gain a deeper awareness of what reflective practice is and why it’s important for the human services and early childhood workforces.
Learn about the core components of the FAN model of reflective practice.
Learn about what the Nebraska Center on Reflective Practice offers in terms of training program and reflective consultation.
Learn about some of our initial findings from our program evaluation.
Jamie Bahm is a Project Manager with the Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Young Children with the University of Nebraska’s Center for Children Families and the Law. Prior to this, she was the Supervisor for the Lancaster County Family Treatment Drug Court program with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. Jamie began her work in child welfare and juvenile justice in 2010, specializing in casework with delinquent and status offense adjudicated youth with high behavioral health needs. Jamie has a B.S. in Criminal Justice and an M.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice, both received from the University of Nebraska. She has a career focus in working with children and families who are affected by parental substance use, enhancing the availability of trauma-informed evidence based services and building capacity and reflection within the human services work force.