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Book Development Part 6

Care in High Volume Bitesize Part 6: Supervision & Self-Care?

A behind the scenes series of bitesize moments from recorded meetings where James and Liz discuss the pre-design, content and challenges of their upcoming publication Care in High Volume: A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy.

In this final part of the series, James and Liz reflect on the challenges of the high volume nature of low intensity practice. They discuss the issues of burnout and the systemic issues typically observed within IAPT services. Liz makes reference to the blog James wrote ‘Resilience: it’s time to change the conversation’, which can be found on the notaguru.blog hosted by Liz. The post can be found using the following link,

https://notaguru.blog/2020/02/16/resilience-its-time-to-change-the-conversation/

We will be back after a short break with a further series focussed on topical issues related to the development of the book

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Book Development Part 5

Care in High Volume Bitesize Part 5: Efficacy: Low Intensity Interventions.

A behind the scenes series of bitesize moments from recorded meetings where James and Liz discuss the pre-design, content and challenges of their upcoming publication Care in High Volume: A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy. In Part 5, James reflects on his prior experiences of working as a Low Intensity Therapist and how he sees the efficacy of the model compared to high intensity therapy. Liz reflects on her clinical work from the perspective of a supervisor and teacher. They also exchange opinion on how they see the usefulness of low intensity intervention within the reality of clinical practice. The series will pause next week with part 6: Supervision & Self-Care?

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Book Development Part 4

Care in High Volume Bitesize Part 4: Low Intensity Training Cultures.

A behind the scenes series of bitesize moments from recorded meetings where James and Liz discuss the pre-design, content and challenges of their upcoming publication Care in High Volume: A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy. In Part 4, James and Liz expand on the concept of the low intensity relationship and consider this within the context of developing trainees within low intensity therapy courses and training cultures.

Book Development Part 3

Care in High Volume Bitesize Part 3: Relationships & Empathy [dots]

A behind the scenes series of bitesize moments from recorded meetings where James and Liz discuss the pre-design, content and challenges of their upcoming publication Care in High Volume: A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy. In Part 3, James and Liz talk about the importance of interpersonal factors in low intensity therapy and how they see the challenges to developing empathic relationships as a Low Intensity Therapist. In part 4, due 11th Sep, they expand on this to consider the role of training cultures.

Book Development Part 2

Care in High Volume Bitesize Part 2: Assessment & Consent at Low Intensity.

A behind the scenes series of bitesize moments from recorded meetings where James and Liz discuss the pre-design, content and challenges of their upcoming publication Care in High Volume: A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy. In part 2, James and Liz talk about the challenges and limitations of low intensity assessment and consider the context of consent to assessment and treatment at low intensity.

Book Development Part 1

Care in High Volume Bitesize Part 1: Book Cover.

A behind the scenes series of bitesize moments from recorded meetings where James and Liz discuss the pre-design, content and challenges of their upcoming publication Care in High Volume: A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy. In Part 1, James and Liz talk about their initial reactions to each other’s suggestions for style and images for the front cover.

Behind the scenes part 1