Using a mentalising approach in adult social care: Frontline Briefing (2016)

Frontline resources
Published: Oct 2016
Author: Gwynne Rayns, Chrissie Rickman and Dr Gary Mountain

Mentalisation is the ability to think about one’s own and other people’s behaviour and underlying mental states. It can be employed to engage people in the process of change, support emotional resilience and enable relationship-based working with adults and families. It is also valuable in supervision and for professional development.

This resource provides examples of local practice along with guidance to enable understanding of a mentalising approach and how to use it in direct work.

Aimed at: Frontline practitioners and managers who work with adults and their families.

Number of pages: 20
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Product code: AD-FBR-004

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