Introduction to Reflective Practice - Preston
Reflective Practice is a core aspect of a psychologically informed environment and it is generally recognised as being essential for staff that work with individuals who have complex needs.
There are well-established links between reflective practice and positive outcomes for clients, staff and organisations, including improved practice and staff well-being.
Reflective practice in groups is particularly effective in enabling individuals and teams to ‘step back’ from their work and to learn from experience in a supportive and structured forum.
Who is this course for?
The workshop is primarily aimed at managers, frontline workers and others who are considering setting up reflective practice groups in their teams/organisations, or reviewing existing provision.
What will you learn?
- What is Reflective Practice? Definitions and descriptions.
- How does Reflective Practice impact on outcomes for clients, staff and organisations? What are the specific benefits of reflective practice in groups?
- The role that reflective practice plays in delivering a psychologically informed environment.
- How to implement reflective practice within a homelessness or supported housing setting: Deciding on the purpose, style, composition and frequency of groups, administration, how to identify a facilitator, costs, evaluation, understanding and working with potential barriers.
Dr Bill Bell is an Associate with St Basil’s in Birmingham. He has been working with the St Basil’s team since October 2016, facilitating reflective practice groups across the 9 organisations of the ‘No Wrong Door’ Network. Bill is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, and an experienced trainer and supervisor, with 22 years of experience in the NHS and independent practice.
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