Facilitated, group reflective practice (GRP) sessions provide opportunities for staff to engage in reflective thinking and its application in client related and systems related work. This occurs by creating a thoughtful, safe, collaborative and curious space for all involved.
This supports reflection on risk concerns and challenges, facilitating relationship awareness and improved culture and the prevention of harms associated with vicarious trauma.
COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
Communities of practice (CoP) are dedicated support sessions enhancing ‘learning into practice’ for training participants. This includes the provision of a platform to address the Q&A needs of participants who have completed a specific course of training.
It is suitable for all practitioners who have participated in any of our training seminars and workshops.
A process of professional support and learning in which practitioners are assisted to develop their practice through regular time spent in reflective discussion with an experienced and knowledgeable supervisor.
The primary focus is to enhance the knowledge, skills and capacity of the practitioner.
It is suitable to all practitioners working in human services.