Tag Archive: one-to-ones

Young people can use the family rooms to meet visitors in comfort or to have one-to-one appointments. A phone (for incoming calls) and a computer are also available for them to use.

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The following reflective activities are used when there’s a difficulty with transference: post shift debriefs, personal reflections, team meetings, frequent supervision, reflective practice groups, one-to-ones with another staff member.

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Some young people are particularly shy and find group settings difficult. In which case, staff facilitate some activities on a one-to-one basis until they feel more confident.

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Being admitted to a ward can feel exposing and can lead young people to feeling scared and vulnerable. They often don’t know how to manage their feelings resulting in maladaptive coping mechanisms, which are often displayed as risky behaviours. One-to-ones give them a safe space to talk about their thoughts and feelings. We ask them at the start of the day when they would like their one-to-one.

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Identify strengths and areas for development

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Occupational Therapists – identify strengths and areas for development

Occupational Therapists work with young people to identify their strengths and areas for development, in order to help them set goals and manage their day-to-day activities. This work is done with groups, as well as on a one-to-one basis, and includes helping young people to increase their independence through the development of their shopping and budgeting skills, improving their personal care, exploring their interests around further education and work and developing their social skills through sports or interest groups.

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Supervision choices

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A supervision structure that allows staff to ‘opt in’ and select the member of staff they wish to supervise them, or alternatively to have group supervision if they do not wish to meet on a one-to-one basis, the uptake of supervision has been significantly improved.

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