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Our three-day courses have a highly individualised approach, directly assisting the participant with reflecting on their situation, expanding insight and planning remediation. They are intensive courses involving considerable interaction between the course facilitator and each individual. These conversations open a space for insight. They can be challenging, they can involve some vulnerability and they are always in line with our core values of respect and wellbeing. Each person is supported to increase their awareness and take responsibility where appropriate. Each person leaves with a substantive development plan commensurate with the issues of concern.
Numbers for our three-day courses are capped at five. We strongly recommend that the three-day course is taken where there is a regulatory enquiry; however the course is also useful for local processes and where the individual themselves wishes to explore the contexts in greater depth. To fully restore to practice our experience is that this requires both an expansion of understanding about the topics of concern, such as boundaries and probity, combined with individualised attention. Our three-day courses fulfil both criteria.
Our one-day courses function as thorough introduction to the relevant topics. They are exclusively for situations where there is an identified issue or concern. They provide a brief space for people to talk about the context for participating. The one-day courses can also be booked as a series as each will provide added insights and perspectives around the issues of concern. The one-day courses do not provide the time for in-depth work with the course leader. Numbers are normally capped at 15.
Please note that the one-day course ‘Introduction to Professional Boundaries’ is a general introduction to Professional Boundaries and is suitable for people wishing to know more about the topic or to sample our training before commissioning training for their organisations. It is not suitable where there are identified issues or concerns, which need to be addressed in the other two courses Professional Boundaries in Practice and Maintaining Professional Boundaries.