Champion equality, diversity and inclusion

EMPT London Training

Learners who attempt to achieve the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England) come from a range of leadership backgrounds including: Registered Managers Managers Assistant managers Deputy managers Senior care/support workers/supervisors Co-ordinators Team leaders Health and social care and children and young people’s services also […]

Reflective learning from lived experience

There’s always new knowledge, beliefs, values and skills for learners to acquire and this in turn may also result in learners having to unlearn older knowledge or skills. This means that unlearning may involve going back (reflecting) to where you were before you have learnt whatever you are now unlearning. You may well then think […]

Supporting People Experiencing Mental ILL Health

Knowing about factors related to Mental ill health as well as Physical health, can contribute to promoting the wellbeing of individuals. Experiencing mental ill health may involve having to face personal transitions, that are not necessarily shared or understood by members of the family or significant people in their support network. Such transitions include: family […]

Supervised Child Contact

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Supervised child contact usually takes place when a child has or is likely to suffer harm. Supervised contact should ensure the safety of a child or children having contact; it also assists in building and sustaining positive relationships between a child and members of their non-resident family.   Potentially, supervised child contact can be intrusive, […]

Introduction to Attachment Theory

Attachment theory was devised by psychiatrist and psychoanalyst John Bowlby. Within attachment theory, infant behaviour associated with attachment is primarily the seeking of (Close) proximity to an attachment figure in stressful situations; the caregiver.   Attachment theory suggests that Infants become attached to adults who are sensitive and responsive in social interactions with them, and […]