Target Audience: DCPLAC Sig & DCP Members, others with an interest in the topic if the event is not full after the first two get a chance to book.
An increasing number of teams in multi-disciplinary settings are having to work in situations of immense pressure with high work load stress, low staffing rates and financial restrictions.
Psychologists and other health care professionals are themselves under pressure to provide well-run reflective practice groups in multi-disciplinary settings as a specialised tool for professional development.
Unfortunately participants and group leaders can frequently experience reflective practice as a bewildering and confusing activity and may be unsure of the purpose and aim of reflective practice groups as a consequence of their varied experience of reflective practice and process group work in their own education and training.
A one day training on using reflective practice with teams in distress.