Forensic CAT Conference - offered by Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust (TEWV)
29th March 2019


Shared Thinking Space:

Innovations in Reflective Practice in Forensic Settings

Friday 29th March 2019

Hosted by Ridgeway Hospital, Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust (TEWV)

The Grand, York

9am-5pm with lunch and refreshments provided

Relevant for all those working in forensic services, hospital or prison settings

Key Note Speaker: Steve Potter

Seeing what we are saying - the theory of awareness, learning and change arising from relational mapping   

Speakers/topics to include:

"Using Relational Formulation in Forensic Working" - Mark Ramm, NHS Lothian and CAT Scotland

“Beyond the Patient: Reflective Practice across the Organisation” - Jenny Marshall, Ridgeway Hospital, Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust

“Helping the Helpers” - Jamie Kirkland, NHS Great Glasgow & Clyde and NHS Fife

"'Map and Talk': Multidisciplinary facilitation of CAT informed Reflective Practice: Evaluation and Reflections" - Dr Alison Bickerdike,  Dr Clare Bingham and Dr Nicola Kemp, John Howard Centre/Wolfson House, East London NHS Trust

 “Relational Discovery” - Louise Yorke, Consultant Clinical Psychologist  (Devon Partnership Trust) 

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Delegate fee: £75 for online bookings or £85 if paying by cheque or invoice.

Contact

If you have a query regarding booking please email alison.marfell@acat.me.uk

For any other queries, please contact Jenny Marshall at jenny.marshall6@nhs.net or on 01642 837544

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29th March 2019

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