A narrative-based approach to encounters in health and social care that can enrich all professional work.
Conversations Inviting Change is based on the simple idea that everyone, whether as a patient, client, learner or colleague, can benefit from having opportunities to reflect on their professional experiences and being skilfully questioned about these.
Conversations Inviting Change can be applied to a variety of situations;
- person centred consultations with individuals and families
- supervision, coaching and mentoring
- conflict resolution
- training in reflective practice and professionalism, active learning sets and
- collaborative learning groups
- Leadership and management
This course will be experiential with facilitated small groups sessions to enable participants to practice CIC and enhance their interactional skills using “real-play” case studies and clinical scenarios brought by participants
The course tutors are CIC accredited trainers with considerable experience in delivering CIC courses. They have previously delivered face-to-face and online CIC courses for the PPA.
The PPA are passionate about developing support in this important area of practice and skills development and want to support therapists to become more confident applying these skills clinically. In collaboration with John Launer and the CIC team we are really pleased to offer this exciting introductory CIC course. Further information can be found here.
If you’ve attended the monthly PPA Peer Support and Reflection session you will have experienced the reflective team model. This course will give participants a chance to both learn and practice and help you to become confident and embed these skills into daily practice.
There are options to attend this course on two Friday mornings (this booking) or three Tuesday evenings (see Events) via Zoom. Participants will complete pre and post training surveys to help the PPA to improve and develop future support and training.