Program Description

This MASTER CLASS will offer participants a chance to delve deeply into the meaning of REFLECTIVE PRACTICE and to personalize that meaning for themselves and others in their work situations.  We intend to enhance participates integrated understanding of reflective practice through a review of relevant  history, an exploration of aspects of reflective practice models in the purposes and primary objectives of using a reflective approach, both in practice and in supervision. Naturally, the philosophy of DIR/FLOORTIME will be an integral and pervasive foundation.  We will review and explore ADULT LEARNING STYLES, parallel process in client-practitioner-caregiver and practitioner-supervisor relationships and how to make making of use of this power force.  Emphasis of this class is on self reflection and awareness, building skills and practice applications in both conjoint and team relationships building skills.

Learning Objectives

  • Participants will be able to understand the history and relevancy of various Reflective Practice and supervision models.
  • Participant will apply reflective practice principles and gain skill in DIR/FLOORTIME individual, conjoint, group and supervision work
  • Participant will review and understand ADULT LEARNING STYLES
  • Participant will acquire a better understanding of how to use Reflective Practice within their professional positions
  • Participants will gain better skill and confidence in disseminating reflective practice


Ruby Salazar, LCSW, BCD   [ BIO ]

Who should attend?

  • Graduates and participants of all DIR courses
  • Professionals working actively with DIR interventions


  • Online – Zoom


  • 1.5 hours each session
  • 7:45 pm EST
  • 6 sessions on a Thursday, alternate weeks
      • 1 – Thursday, September 21
      • 2 – Thursday, October 5
      • 3 – Thursday, October 19
      • 4 – Thursday, November 2
      • 5 – Thursday, November 16
      • 6 – Thursday, November 30


  • Participant – $300

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