AFT CONFERENCE 2013 Think Family Systemic and Psychodynamic Safeguarding Practices. Gary Robinson Karen Johnson Steve Edgeley. Aims 1. Share Thinking and Practice Introduce Think Family Pilot project Include the voices of families we work with Learn from each other
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Share Thinking and Practice
Introduce Think Family Pilot project
Include the voices of families we work with
Learn from each other
Stimulate ideas and creativity
Embrace/Observe Confidentiality and Respect
Share ideas about: Exploring, Managing and Utilising Therapists Differences:
Conscious and Unconscious Processes
Splitting, Mirroring, Projection
Style/Theory: Now or Tomorrow
1.30 Introductions and Sculpt
1.45 Context: Drivers
2.10 Theory & Practice
2.20 J’s Family & Team: DVD’s
2.45 Discussion & Feedback
Co-ordinated Management of Meaning: Safety and Risk
Munro and Hackney
Serious Case Reviews
Political and Economic Drivers
Partnership in education
Meeting the needs of complex families – multi agency intervention
Think family and safeguarding children and adults
Supervision in practice
Clinical person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
Safeguarding Board and Groups
Systemic Training Programme
Tuesday Family Therapy Team
Think Family Training
Systemic Supervision Training
Boundary and Space
Multi agency Consultation and Supervision
Boundary and Space
The Maturational Process and the Facilitating environment
Family Therapy Team
Individual or Family
Towards Positions of Safe Certainty person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
The team aims to offer Safe Uncertainty in relation to practice, supervision, consultation and training. We aim to safely challenge unhelpful defensive practices and premature certainty in promoting manoeuvrability and collaboration
James’s Genogram person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
ADHD and ASD Assessment
Physical Health Issues
Child & Adult Mental Health Issues
Systemic person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
Whilst watching the excerpt consider:
What are you noticing about, systemic, psychodynamic and safeguarding issues?
What might you be noticing about the key issues?
What might you consider doing in the session or in the space between, or next time?
Talk with you partner:
How are your ideas being affirmed and challenged?
What new ideas are emerging?
What feedback might you be able to offer the family and/or team?
Super vision person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
Seeing the whole picture
Rejected psychiatrist person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
Rejected CAMHS practitioner
Rejected social worker
Working alliance NHS psychiatrist person can act upon the other without passing through the conscious
SW – Working alliance
Interest/ Curiosity Judgement
Discuss a current, recent or past safeguarding or risk issue where you experienced tensions, stress or polarisation between colleagues or professionals. Explore the primacy of thinking and practice in relation to systemic, psychodynamic and safeguarding ideas.
Co-ordinated Management of Meaning: Safety and Risk
So what……What has this workshop offered you which you may use?
What elements need to be included and described within a model blue print or manual? Key questions for teams?
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