We all want to be “client-centred”.
Responsive to the unique individual who’s sitting in front of us.
Yet, despite our best intentions, sometimes our programs and practices get rigid. Expert-driven. Built and centred around a model or framework for helping, instead of centred around the needs of the client or person being served.
In this short video, Jeff breaks down the difference between the Responsive Practice approach, our classic models, and what this means for practitioners at all stages of their career (from novice to expert).
Interested in learning more about Responsive Practice? Contact the team or check out the following training events coming to Calgary, AB in May and June.
May 22nd: Foundations of Responsive Practice at Mount Royal University.
June 12th: Responsive Assessment & Case Planning with YW Calgary at their Sheriff King Home.