Professional Supervision through facilitated critical reflection

Jodie has trained FDRPs and mediators (including accreditation) for many years, this has included developing and running accredited courses in these areas. She has a variety of training/education roles contracting as a coach, sessional teacher and guest lecturer for many of Australia’s (South Eastern) universities in their FDR, Mediation and Dispute Resolution Law courses.

Additionally, Jodie develops and presents a wide range of bespoke Professional Development training options and short courses both specialised and general, tailored programs within the Not for Profit (NFP) sector, community services, welfare, education and legal services fields specialising on  range of areas including reflective practice/supervision, restorative practice, trauma informed practice, honouring the voice of the child, working with high conflict, communication strategies and Facilitation.

Jodie provides clinical supervision and reflective practice to FDR practitioners. In this context, facilitated critical reflection is provided in a supported process for individuals and groups.

The aim is to gain insight into a practitioner’s current level of professional awareness, expanding and enhancing their analysis and potential repertoire of skills. This further develops professional judgment and competent practice, thus improving outcomes for clients. i.e. it is the evolution of learning.

Jodie has presented at 3 National Mediation Conferences on a range of topics, for VADR, and for Resolution Institute. This includes presenting with the esteemed Master Family Mediator, Michael Lang on Reflective Practice and Supervision.