Group is an effective route to accessing therapy and sustainable change. It has the benefit of normalising experiences, sharing practical knowledge and in building peer support. Effective Group-working can speed up the change process help present challenging information to resistant people in a more accessible manner. For group-working to yield the best outcomes, highly skilled practitioners should be used who can gently promote key learning whilst retaining a safe and secure environment.
The Betterminds Groupwork training is designed to upskill your team to have the skills and theoretic understanding to apply the effective group work tools and techniques to create outcome for your service users.
The course includes a range of tools to help a group form, to easily integrate new members, to build a nurturing culture of positive engagement and promote a safe and secure working environment.
The training will help your team to grow a clear understanding of how to adapt to the evolving needs of individuals within a group or to the evolving needs of the group as a whole, what alternatives there are and how to drive work to meet existing KPIs.
The Betterminds Groupworking Course usually runs for a single day, however, this may be extended depending on the requirements of your organisation.
This course is useful in all organisations that use group working or are investigating group working as a strategy to promote their works.
This can include all aspects of social care, criminal justice and substance misuse services. This training will help raise attendance and engagement in social housing, probation services, drug treatment provision, eating disorders, mental help provision and any form of community engagement and social prescribers.