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|Facilitator-in-Training Name||Pam Lewis|
|Evaluator(s)||Jennifer Valtos and Michael Karlin|
|Date of Session||10/02/2018|
|Skill||Skill 1: Calming Body and Mind|
|How well did the facilitator lead the group and create a safe space? Please explain and give examples.|
Pam did a great job explaining the guidelines for practicing CIT to the participants.
|How well did the facilitator explain this Skill using the PowerPoint presentation? Please give examples.|
Pam was well-versed in the slides and the content on each. Pam also did a good job explaining how the graphics tend to give clues to the content and context of the slides.
|How well did the facilitator explain and lead the activities in this Skill? Please explain and give specific examples.|
Pam was able to help participants clarify the various sensation words that were being used during the activity. For example, using a word like "happy" does not describe a sensation and Pam was able to help flesh out what happy feels like regarding the sensations in the body.
|How well did the facilitator lead the Mindful Dialogues and Reflective Writing Exercises in this Skill? Please explain and give specific examples.|
Pam did a great job explaining the guidelines for the reflective writing activities as well as the purpose and importance of them to the program. Reiterating that the writing is for you alone helped the participants to be more comfortable with the concept of free writing without fear of anyone else seeing what has been written.
|What aspects of this Skill did you think the facilitator did exceptionally well? Please give examples.|
Pam's pacing and tone were outstanding. She kept a nice even tone of voice and pace in her presentation of the material.
|How well did the facilitator lead the Contemplative Practice in this Skill? Please explain and give specific examples.|
NA time constraints
|What aspects of this Skill could the facilitator improve? Please give examples.|
Pam, the information you shared was outstanding. As you become more familiar with the material you may not need your notes quite as much. Your notes can be a reference point and are always good to have handy, but reading from them can distract your participants.
|Do you recommend this facilitator to become certified?||Yes|
|Entry Date||October 16, 2018|