From conception to implementation, the development of Peer-supported Open Dialogue

Val Jackson

APOD (Academy of Peer-supported Open Dialogue), DOD (Developing Open Dialogue)

Val is a family therapist and first heard about Open Dialogue 15 years ago. It just made sense to her and so she has campaigned widely for its introduction in the UK ever since. She undertook an Open Dialogue trial in the EIP service in Leeds in 2014. She is a coordinator and tutor on the Foundation course in Peer-supported Open Dialogue, Social Network and Relationship skills course, which will lead to the first ever RCT in Open Dialogue. She is a trainee trainer on the 3 year Open Dialogue UK course and is also a trustee of ISPS UK.  She is a firm believer of    “ I am who I am because of who we all are." She loves cycling, swimming and her garden. Valjackson5@aol.com         www.developingopendialogue.com

Abstract

This paper will present the background to the development of the Foundation course in Peer-supported Open Dialogue, Social Network and Relationship skills. Since January 2014 Russell Razzaque, Mark Hopfenbeck and Val Jackson... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Val Jackson (APOD (Academy of Peer-supported Open Dialogue), DOD (Developing Open Dialogue))
  2. Russell Razzaque (APOD (Academy of Peer-supported Open Dialogue), NE London Foundation NH Trust)
  3. Mark Hopfenbeck (APOD (Academy of Peer-supported Open Dialogue),Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Topic Areas

Influencing research , Open dialogue , Other family work

Session

SUB POD » Papers: Open Dialogue (08:00 - Sunday, 3rd September, The Guild, Mountford Hall )