Developing strengths-based practice requires us to learn from positive practice and feedback, within a systemic culture that is often more geared to reacting to crisis or 'failure'. This workshop will explore the principles of appreciative inquiry, consider how the approach may be applied to direct work and explore models for case discussion and supervision which enable strengths-based reflective practice.
Pre-course preparation required:
To give staff an opportunity to explore appreciative inquiry as a tool for use when working with clients and their families.
By the end of this session, it is anticipated delegates will: