LPI Critical Reflective Practice Model


Overview

Critical reflective practice is used across the disciplines to enhance self-awareness, to build professional knowledge and to assist in engagement and decision-making for practice excellence. The LPI Critical Reflective Practice Model was written by Dianne Prevatt-Hyles and Jana Vinsky. The Model can be used for reflection before, during and after practice moments. It is strengths focused - building upon good practice; and is holistic with an emphasis on mind/body/spirit. The Model supports the integration of several perspectives important to good practice, including human rights, shame informed practice, relationship building and leadership.