Venue: The Rougemont Hotel, Exeter
Date: Saturday 20th October 2012
British Psychological Society's South West Branch & the Division of Clinical Psychology
Team formulation is a growing area of interest and practice, as described and summarised in the BPS Good practice Guidelines on the use of psychological formulation (2011), and is recommended as a core skill in DCP professional documents (eg 'New ways of working in teams', Onyett 2007.) A growing amount of research indicates that it can have benefits in a wide range of areas, including creating more effective intervention plans, improving staff morale, supporting staff with complex and challenging clients, managing difficult team dynamics and shifting team cultures.
The workshop is intended for any clinical psychologist or trainee clinical psychologist. No other prior experience required.
Learning outcomes and objectives:
- Be aware of the main messages of the BPS Good Practice Guidelines on Psychological Formulation
- Get up to date on theory and research relating to Team Formulation
- Learn about strategies for implementing Team Formulation
- Develop skills in facilitating Team Formulation meetings
- Be introduced to relevant resources and handouts