Independent Topic: Change Leadership and Supervision: Using Reflection to Support Both Staff and Sustainable Change

Brief Overview

As our field adapts, supervisors provide a foundation for staff in domestic and sexual violence programs to work in ways that are inclusive, accessible, survivor-defined, and trauma informed. Our supervisory approaches are key to addressing survivor needs, staff support, and organizational culture as we navigate challenges, changes, and opportunities for growth. This webinar will explore the qualities that are essential to change leadership and share strategies for adding reflective practice as a component of effective supervision.

Reflection offers opportunities for staff to experience trusting, accountable, and strengths-based relationships and at the same time, offers program leaders a process that supports and sustains changes in organizational policy, practice, and culture.

Webinar Information

Originally aired Thursday, September 30, 2021

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Cathy Cave
Senior Training Consultant
National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health

Rachel Cox, LCSW
Chief Programs Officer
New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence

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