Connected Beginnings provides mentorship in three areas: to trainers, to Connected Beginnings Scholars, and to graduate students.
Mentorship to Trainers
In order to sustain and extend evidence-based professional development in the field, Connected Beginnings supports group peer reflective supervision processes. We also provide mentoring and peer reflective group process to IN-TIME Trainers and CSEFEL Coaches and Trainers.
Mentorship to Connected Beginnings Scholars
Connected Beginnings also provides peer group reflective supervision for Connected Beginnings Scholars, who are enrolled in the Infant Parent Training Institute at Jewish Family and Children’s Services. In all cases, mentorship and supervision is geared towards making a strong, sustainable connection between training and applied evidence-based practices, in the field.
Mentorship to Graduate Students
Connected Beginnings provides mentorships to graduate students from local universities, either as graduate internships or graduate fellowships. List of past graduate student fellows and interns.