Home Visiting Consortium
Reflective Training Institute 2015

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Thursday, October 15, 2015 8:45am – 4:30 pm
rowne Plaza Hotel, Downtown Richmond

Join us for this one day Reflective Practice Training Institute designed for Home Visitors and their Supervisors to understand the importance of using a trauma informed, reflective approach in practice with families.  Learn the basics and go home with tools to develop more helpful and healing relationships.

This training is specifically designed for home visitors and supervisors who are currently employed by one of the following HVC Member Program Models:
CHIP                                        Nurse Family Partnership                Early Head Start/Head Start
Parents as Teachers           Early Intervention                               Project Link
Healthy Families                   Resource Mothers                             Healthy Start

Only HVC Member Program Models may register for this event.
Please register early as capacity is limited for this one day Training Conference.

To reserve a hotel room at the special conference rate of $113.00 plus tax, click here.

Virginia’s Home Visiting Consortium (HVC) is a collaboration of statewide early childhood home visiting programs that serve families of children from pregnancy through age 5.
HVC Mission:
Since 2006, the Virginia Home Visiting Consortium has been advancing the delivery of high quality, efficient services that improve the health, social, and educational outcomes for new and expecting parents, young children, and their families within safe homes and connected communities.

    Core strategies: Guide, Lead, Collaborate, and Research

The HVC guides through coaching, professional development, and technical assistance for high quality services.
The HVC leads in resource development, innovation, efficiency, and advocacy to sustain and expand high quality services.
The HVC collaborates and coordinates home-based services across public and private agencies for greater impact.
The HVC facilitates research through data collection, analysis, and evaluation for continuous improvement and growth.