CYP-IAPT

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CYP-IAPT
Curriculum Group
Aim
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To develop the curriculum for training in Family Therapy
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To be ready for delivery in October and available to universities May/June
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To be an evidence based curriculum with general and specialist modules
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If viable to link in with professional accreditation
The Group has met twice
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Chair Peter Fonagy (clinical lead)
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Ivan Eisler
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Eia Asen
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Charlotte Burke
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Paula Boston
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Mark Rivett
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David Cottrell
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Judith Lask
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Tom Sexton ( consultant)
Training delivered by Learning Collaboratives –
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UCL (University College London)/KCL (King's College London)
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Salford Cognitive Therapy Training Centre at Greater Manchester West NHS Mental
Health Foundation Trust as the HEI
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Reading and Oxford
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Northumbria
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Exeter
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First and Second Waves in place; Third wave next year (applications in for spring
2013)
Service Transformation
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Training current members of staff so service can deliver evidence based
therapies
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Backfill is provided to cover staff who are being trained.
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Family therapy is an important part of delivery in CAMHS services but often
delivered by people with little or no training
Structure of trainings on offer
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Core Basic - 60 credits
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Specialist – 60 credits. generic systemic; plus additional credits for ‘disorder’
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Supervision – 60 credits. generic supervision; plus credits in specialist
(systemic) modality
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Leadership
CORE Training
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Core training - front line staff with basic competencies, not specific to
professional group
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Three units:
Unit one: Core competences for work with C and YP , child and family
development, legal framework, mental health, ethical guidelines, working
across agencies, child protection, cultural competence,
psychopharmacology, outcome measurements
Core training
Unit two: Generic therapeutic competences
therapeutic alliance, manage transitions, emotional content, use supervision
Unit three: Assessment and formulation
Comprehensive assessment – across systems
Risk assessment
Ability to formulate and feedback
Specialist Training
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Being delivered in CBT and Parent training
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Curriculum for IPT is almost finished
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Systemic curriculum under construction
What will the course look like?
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It will be 60 academic credits delivered at a postgraduate level
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Broadly based and based on evidence based interventions
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Will also contain specialist modules especially for Eating Disorder and Self
Harm and Depression
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Will contain a supervised practice element
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Will ideally link to professional accreditation
What can the group decide?
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Can determine what goes into the curriculum
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Its structure
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Admission criteria
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How clinical practice is managed
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How it is assessed
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Can also feed into supervision and leadership training curricula
So Far
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The group has looked at the current curriculum for CBT and parent training
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Looked at a range of training manuals
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Taken into account the work on competencies previously developed
Some Preliminary Decisions
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Will use the SHIFT manual developed by Paula Boston and Ivan Eisler for the
SHIFT project (self harm) as a basis
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Will contain supervised practice with qualified supervisors
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Will be at a postgraduate level
Decisions to be made
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Number of specialist modules
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Entry criteria
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Curriculum content
Next steps
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Further looking at other manualised approaches eg for depression and
attachment based interventions to see if anything needs to be included
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Small group meeting next week for a day to write preliminary draft
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Nest meeting in the New Year.
My take on implications for the field
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It is brilliant that so many people will get training in systemic work with families
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It will not lead to more Family Therapy Posts
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There will be a demand for qualified supervisors
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Current Foundation Courses may suffer from reduction in numbers in some areas
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May be demand for higher level training
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More members of AFT?
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Revision of our training standards has to fit so that the IAPT training can be used as a foundation level
training – very timely!
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Supervision training needs to take account of the likely responsibilities for supervisors.
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