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Designed for: Business Support staff responsible for taking minutes at meetings
Working to embed the 3 Conversations Way of Working
This course will help to learn how to use your professional relationship with service users and their families in order to resolve problems and find solutions, by using an attachment-based approach

This course is designed to equip Occupational Therapy staff with the skills and knowledge required to provide an enhanced level of therapeutic people handling to clients, their carers and families.This course is for Adults & Communities Occupational Therapy staff only.

A fringe theatre production on responding to the needs of those who are troubled by traumatic events in adulthood.

This day will aim to support AMHP's who are facing and making complex decisions, strategies to understand and manage 'self' and effective ways in how to communicate those decisions within our own organisations and beyond.

Bi-monthly forums to discuss operational and practice issues as they arise. AMHP's attending the forums gain 3 hours CPD towards ongoing registration.


This course is designed to provide AMHPs with a refresher on Community Treatment Orders (CTOs).


The main aim is to refresh AMHPs knowledge and skills in the completion and scrutiny of MHA statutory forms. After completion participants will be sufficiently familiar with law and guidance in this area of practice to carry out their statutory role.

This half-day course focuses on the medical issues relevant in older age psychiatry and aims to assist AMHPs by giving them detailed information as it applies to this age group. These include mental and physical health issues, how these present in older age, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. The day will also integrate guidance in the MHA Code of Practice. AMHPs will be assisted in applying this knowledge to their practice through a range of dilemmas and examples in practice.

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