Email Endorsement Coordinator
Here you will find some helpful tips and answers to common questions people ask when using the EASy application.
Common issues can prevent you from logging in to the EASy system:
- Your user account will not be activated until your application has been accepted by your association's Endorsement Coordinator. Once accepted, you will receive an email with your login credentials from the EASy server.
- Please note! EASy requires your browser to accept cookies from this server in order to ensure secure connections while accessing your personal data. If you are having issues logging in, please verify that your browser is accepting cookies from this server.
- Make sure that you are logging in to the correct “instance” of EASy- meaning that the drop-down tab at the top of the page is set to the state/country in which you are getting endorsed (where you reside).
- Remember that your login is your full email address- (the one that your registered with). You can reset your password on the home page if you don’t remember it.
- Reach out to your Endorsement Coordinator if you continue to have difficulties logging in.
The Endorsement credential is intended for everyone who applies IECMH principles in their work across the full continuum of promotion, prevention/early intervention, clinical intervention/treatment, and macro scopes of practice. This includes any professional who has experience working with or on behalf of pregnant people, infants, young children, parents, and/or other caregivers.
RSC is distinct due to the shared exploration of the parallel process. That is, attention to all of the relationships is important, including the ones between practitioner and supervisor, between practitioner and parent, and between parent and infant/toddler. It is critical to understand how each of these relationships affects the others. Of additional importance, reflective supervision/consultation relates to professional and personal development within one’s discipline by attending to the emotional content of the work and how reactions to the content affect the work. Finally, there is often greater emphasis on the supervisor/consultant’s ability to listen and wait, allowing the supervisee to discover solutions, concepts and perceptions on his/her own without interruption from the supervisor/consultant.