Reflective Practice

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A safe space to reflect and learn

Reflective practice is an opportunity for practitioners to come together and reflect on the services they provide. Reflective practice encourages self-awareness, continuous learning and honesty. Reflective practice encourages professional development and allows staff to learn from each other while increasing their skills for self-reflection and critical evaluation (Finlay, 2008).


Psychologically and trauma Informed Environments (PIE/TIE) is an organic process that leads to all-round positivity

We aim to implement a Psychologically and Trauma Informed Environment (PIE/TIE) in all the organisations we work with, where the day-to-day services have been designed to take the psychological and emotional needs of people (employees and clients) into account.

It is both an organic and on-going process that leads to success and positive impact on the organisation (employee retention/ employee attendance) and clients (successful recovery).

Some of the services offered: reflective practice, Psychologically Informed (PI) leadership (i.e. training, supervision), A PI-organisational structure (i.e. clinical governance, career development, growth opportunities), employee support and training (i.e. supervision, psychoeducation).

What is involved in this programme?

  • Monthly reflective practice
  • Clinical governance – psychology consultancy
  • Individual clinical supervision for clinical employees’ specialist training (optional) (i.e. leadership training, assertiveness training, communication training, etc.)
  • Weekly Case Management Review (optional)


Choose from one of our packages or if you require something more bespoke, get in touch!

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