Reflective Practice. Training.

Steve works with  individuals, teams and organisations to support reflective practice. The benefits of these conversations cannot be overstated. Feedback has included “career changing”, “so much better than the old style of supervision” and “really makes PIE easier to embed in the team”.

He also provides training in the ‘what and how’ of reflective practice to support the introduction and sustainability of the approach.

The aim of the course is to identify what reflective practice is and what works well for individuals and teams who embrace the approach. Exercises and scenarios will give opportunities for people to practice their existing and new skills.

Course content is transferrable across a number of areas including management and practice.

Each day is designed around a core framework. The needs and best hopes of delegates and host organisations will be designed into the day to achieve a best fit for all.

The core includes;

  • Describing lived experience of supervision and reflective practice.
  • Recognising the role of solution focused approaches in reflective practice.
  • Discussing the usefulness and benefits of reflective practice.
  • Practicing  skills in reflective practice using delegates experience.
  • Identifying where reflective practice will be useful.
  • Developing a preferred future model of how delegates will include  reflective practice as part of the work environment for themselves and their teams.
  • Discussing the role of reflective practice in the development of PIE in their organisation.

This training is appropriate for anyone who manages or practices in any environment which involves working with people who experience difficulties with mental health, drug dependence and accommodation. The skills are transferrable to other environments and are aligned with PIE principles.