Presentation on theme: "Involved Recovery: A Journey Towards Co-Production Presented by: John Chiocchi, Emma Hickey and Mie Wall Date: 23 rd March 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Involved Recovery: A Journey Towards Co-Production Presented by: John Chiocchi, Emma Hickey and Mie Wall Date: 23 rd March 2012
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.
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 2009. Wigan Multi Agency Personality Disorder Strategy commenced May 2010.
What is Co-Production? Co-Production is: Professionals and the public working together as equals to develop & deliver services.
In which direction did we head? Co-Production (our aspiration). Focus on: Training. Recruitment of trainers.
First steps EBEs and EBOs trained in KUF. Working Together – learning through doing..
What have we learnt? (as we have stumbled & climbed) There is no ‘How to Guide’. Working together beneficial. Recovery a complex concept.
“Involved Recovery” We think involvement (& co-production in particular) supports recovery by facilitating: Hope Opportunity Agency Self esteem Acceptance and support Social interaction Understanding
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.
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.
Achievements (great strides) 500+ staff trained. Awards 2011. Changing the culture. Shifting the balance of power.
The Future Expanding co-produced/EBE led projects. Supporting EBEs development.
Thank You for Listening! For further information or to discuss any aspect of our work please contact us at: Mie: firstname.lastname@example.org@5bp.nhs.uk John: email@example.com@5bp.nhs.uk Emma: firstname.lastname@example.org@5bp.nhs.uk