Presentation on theme: "Or Some Techniques for ‘Doing’ Recovery Oriented Practice Siri Wooster & Steve Kingsbury: East Herts. CAMHS."— Presentation transcript:
Or Some Techniques for ‘Doing’ Recovery Oriented Practice Siri Wooster & Steve Kingsbury: East Herts. CAMHS
…the Choice and Partnership Approach a clinical system that evolved in Richmond CAMHS from 2000 developed and implemented wholesale in East Herts. CAMHS 2005 and now being used in many CAMH teams across the world UK NZ, Australia, Belgium And adult mental health (NZ)
There are 4 ideas that separate CAPA from more “traditional” models. These are... 1. Choice 2. Core and Specific work 3. Selecting clinician to Partnership 4. Team Job Planning
Individual uniqueness Real Choices Attitude and Rights Dignity and Respect Respectful Partnerships Lets look at the links between these and CAPA…
Recovery recognises that Whole life matters Outcomes are personal and Empowers individuals CAPA has The Choice appointment and approach A Collaborative model
Recovery recognises that: People need to make their own choices Supports individuals to take responsibility We need to encourage individuals to take positive risks CAPA: Choice is the central stance in CAPA Strengths based model The best risk management is to work actively with the individual
Recovery ask that we… listen to and act upon communications from people promote and protects rights Support people to maintain activities which enhance mental wellbeing. CAPA Choice framework
Recovery suggests that we should be… courteous, respectful and honest sensitive and respectful of each individual’s own values and culture. CAPA promotes a non-hierarchical interaction with young people Cultural and personal values are a given in CAPA
Recovery states… that each person is an expert on their own life work in positive and realistic ways with individuals to help towards their hopes, goals and aspirations. CAPA CAPA uses own expertise to facilitate their choices Partnership work is a collaborative focused on their choices with continual review of the chosen goals
These techniques only make sense if Recovery Principles or CAPA principles are embedded in the team culture.
Language Used in CAPA Redefines the relationship between service user and their family and clinician Impacts on moment-to-moment interactions in sessions
What are they worried about? What’s going on? How shall we understand it together? What shall we do about it? Do they want to come back?
Work togethervs Treat Help you choosevs Tell you Share our thoughtsvs Give an opinion Decide togethervs Assess
Peer group supervision and Post-Choice discussions (in addition to individual supervision and whole team clinical discussions) Small groups Weekly Keeps focus on realistic goals Helps with ‘letting go’