Systemic practice is familiar to many social work professionals, but almost always within a children and families setting.
In adult social care in Essex, senior leaders challenged the service to become and own systemic practice. Using specific models of theory and practice we want to continue to improve our understanding of the adults who we work with, and who in their lives is important, or challenging to them.
We fully believe this will result in less invasive, more person-centred work. We want to embed systemic practices in every part of the service, and we would like to bring you on the journey we are currently on, to develop the conditions for all staff to be practicing in a systemic way. We will be delivering this session with Collective Space, our partners in the work we are undertaking.