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The Impact of Austerity

December 1, 2018

The Challenges to Implementing PIE

”It’s not about the money,” Jessie J sang to us in 2011” it’s not about the money, money, money” I don’t think she was talking about PIE but she could have been. You don’t need an injection of cash to become a psychologically informed, trauma responsive envir...
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Dealing with disruption

November 17, 2018

Challenges to implementing PIE: Managing change

In this blog, 3rd in the series, I have taken a different approach to talking about how we can manage change. There’s a raft of information on how to do this, you don’t need me to repeat it. Instead I want to look at this only constant through a period of my own, persona...
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Challenges to implementing PIE: Time

This blog, second in the series considers that old father of ours, time.  It acknowledges that becoming a PIE takes a serious amount of the stuff and poses 3 questions to help us re-evaluate if we are making best use of our current supply.  “Time” as one of my ...
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1. Commissioning 2. Managing change3. Competing demands on time4. Impact of Austerity5. Evidencing Impact6. Choosing your psychological approach Six of the key challenges to becoming a psychologically or trauma informed environment.[1]  In this series of blogs, I’ll b...
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Time - the true cost of PIE

August 19, 2018
Here Claire writes about two key elements of PIE and provides tips on putting them into practice. Written for Homeless Link in 2016 In this brief blog she will describe how you can introduce elements of a PIE, bringing tangible benefits to your clients and staff. It won’t...
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