Psychologically informed environments (PIE)

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Delivery Method: Face-to-face

This is a 1 or 2 day in-house course (we come to you).

Also currently available (online for teams).

Training will be delivered face-to-face with Covid-safety measures and clear guidance in place.

If for any reason the course cannot be delivered face-to-face, we will take a flexible and responsive approach to keep people learning by delivering the training on the same day as a live interactive online session or transferring bookings to the next available dates.

Course overview

Psychologically Informed Environments are re-shaping how services operate, especially in their capacity to manage complex needs.

This course introduces the 5 key principles of the PIE approach and supports teams to reflect on how these principles might re-shape services to improve retention and recovery rates for vulnerable homeless clients.

Based on a compassionate service improvement approach, it fosters client consultation in the development of services and enhances the wellbeing of clients and practitioners alike.

Course aims

To explore the principles and practice of the Psychological Informed Environments (PIE) approach

Course objectives

By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • Understand the five core principles that underpin the Psychological Informed Environments approach and consider how it is, or could be, further developed within services
  • Evaluate whether Psychological Informed Approaches are currently in operation across the Service
  • Make suggestions for further development and implementation of the Psychologically Informed Approach

Maximum group size 18 people

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