Our trainings are based on intensive coaching in interactional skills.
We use large and small group teaching. We pay particular attention to conversational microskills, including attentiveness to language and body language, and carefully focussed questioning.
Our next training.
FORTHCOMING COURSE. We are running a 3-day course in March-May 2020 at University College Hospital London, for the Physiotherapy Pain Association. Places are available for other health and social care professionals, and the course will address narrative skills for all consultations, not only related to pain. Click here for further details.
An independent evaluation of our work by a team from Cardiff University highlighted the theoretical and practical coherence of our approach in supervision and training, and the opportunities it provides for significant changes in people’s understanding and practice.
What course participants have said:
“I can bring about change without being bogged down.”
“Curiosity has liberated me from the role of Dr Fixit.”
“I have managed to listen to my consultations again and feel I can ask different questions.”
“My thinking has changed radically! Created a sense of options being available when a personal system is stuck.”
“I am thinking about my thinking processes.”
“Facilitation was fantastic – very caring and respectful.”
“It was fantastic to discover how these ideas are useful in a variety of NHS contexts.”
“Complexity and subtlety of interactions was eye-opening.”
“Incredibly moved at how many people found the ideas helpful and transformative.”
“I liked the pace. There was energy but also space for reflection.”
“Loved the diversity and wisdom of the facilitators.”
“The day has given me the confidence to initiate difficult conversations with colleagues and a structured technique to do so.”
“Incredibly thought provoking, very applicable to practice.”
“Can’t believe it isn’t a mandatory part of our training!”