“A critically reflective approach …relies upon knowledge which is generated both empirically and self reflectively, and in a process of interaction, in order to analyse, resist and change constructed power relations, structures and ways of thinking” (Fook, 1999, p. 202, cited in Osmond & Darlington, 2005, p. 3). Here are some useful questions or prompts for critical reflection: How does my knowledge of human services after completing the course compare with my previous understanding and assumptions? Was the theories seem to be central to human services work? What actions could connect with this theory? What needs to be changed about my assumptions, theory, actions, interpretations, skills, as a result of these reflections? How do you move forward in your learning about human services work and continue this reflective process? Where do you think you have generated your ideas and explanations from? (adapted from Fook et al., 2000, p. 233, cited in Osmond & Darlington, 2005, p. 5).