ABSTRACT

How do Professionals really learn to imporve their practice?
Intuition is not Enough is a guide fr trainers and practitioners working with disturbed children and young people, which explores the connections between the challenges of practice and of learning.

chapter |7 pages

Introduction

ByAdrian Ward, Linnet McMahon

part |63 pages

A basis for thinking about therapeutic practice

chapter |17 pages

The inner world and its implications

ByAdrian Ward

chapter |12 pages

Helping and the personal response

Intuition is not enough 1
ByLinnet McMahon, Adrian Ward

chapter |15 pages

Helping together

Using the group care context to reach the inner world
ByAdrian Ward

chapter |9 pages

The difficulty of helping

ByAdrian Ward

part |92 pages

Creating a model

chapter |13 pages

The matching principle

Connections between training and practice
ByAdrian Ward

chapter |17 pages

Meeting to learn and learning to meet

ByAdrian Ward

chapter |11 pages

Learning through philosophy

ByPaul Cain

chapter |12 pages

Learning in the Experiential Group

ByTeresa Howard

chapter |9 pages

The function of the staff meeting

ByAdrian Ward, Linnet McMahon, Paul Cain, Teresa Howard

part |49 pages

Returning to practice

chapter |7 pages

Alice and her blanket: a case study

ByRos Wheeler

chapter |11 pages

Therapeutic work in an educational setting

ByDeborah Best

chapter |14 pages

Therapeutic work in daily living settings

ByLinnet McMahon

chapter |15 pages

Using the situation

Management perspectives and their potential in staff development and training
ByJohn Diamond

part |19 pages

Conclusions

chapter |8 pages

On ‘reflection’

ByAdrian Ward

chapter |9 pages

Applying the matching principle

A comparative view
ByAdrian Ward