While being critically reflective is ideally an attitude to practice, it is also helpful to actively use critical reflection in a focused way to explore specific experiences in a particular context. Given that practitioners have different personalities and preferences and operate in a variety of contexts, it is important to identify a variety of ways in which people can practice critical reflection. These are also useful of course in learning how to critically reflect, a skill that develops with practice. This chapter outlines a variety of processes for critically reflecting that can be used on your own, in supervision, in pairs and in groups, within and outside organizations, formally and informally. Chapter 6 considers the use of critical reflection in supervision in more detail.
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