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Involved Recovery: A Journey Towards Co-Production Presented by: John Chiocchi, Emma Hickey and Mie Wall Date: 23 rd March 2012.

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1 Involved Recovery: A Journey Towards Co-Production Presented by: John Chiocchi, Emma Hickey and Mie Wall Date: 23 rd March 2012

2 Sharing our journey In this co-developed & co-delivered presentation we share our journey with you. We believe that: Involving people with lived experience (including those currently accessing services) in both the Development and delivery of services is Beneficial at an organisational, team & individual level.

3 How did this journey start? Personality Disorder: No Longer a Diagnosis of Exclusion (DH, 2003). Carer Involvement with the Trust Board. Personality Disorder (PD) Hub formed November Wigan Multi Agency Personality Disorder Strategy commenced May 2010.

4 What is Co-Production? Co-Production is: Professionals and the public working together as equals to develop & deliver services.

5 In which direction did we head? Co-Production (our aspiration). Focus on: Training. Recruitment of trainers.

6 First steps EBEs and EBOs trained in KUF. Working Together – learning through doing..

7 What have we learnt? (as we have stumbled & climbed) There is no ‘How to Guide’. Working together beneficial. Recovery a complex concept.

8 “Involved Recovery” We think involvement (& co-production in particular) supports recovery by facilitating: Hope Opportunity Agency Self esteem Acceptance and support Social interaction Understanding

9 “Involved Recovery” Involvement Hope, Opportunity, Agency, etc. (& Mentalizing?) Recovery

10 Mentalizing Mentalization is: Implicitly & explicitly interpreting the actions of oneself & other as meaningful on the basis of intentional mental states (e.g. desires, needs, feelings, beliefs, & reasons). Keeping mind in mind. Understanding misunderstanding. Understanding ourselves from the outside and others from the inside.

11 Mentalizing: promoting recovery? Involvement may promote mentalizing and recovery amongst EBEs by offering: Self & other perspectives. A mentalizing team. A different relationship with EBOs. Also promotes mentalizing amongst EBOs.

12 Achievements (great strides) 500+ staff trained. Awards Changing the culture. Shifting the balance of power.

13 The Future Expanding co-produced/EBE led projects. Supporting EBEs development.

14 Training DVD (EBE led project)

15 Thank You for Listening! For further information or to discuss any aspect of our work please contact us at: Mie: John: Emma:


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