Exploring the complexity of conflict and organising in the time of Covid-19.
The following is a contribution to the discussion leading up to the Symposium from Professor Nick Sarra, who is a member of the DMan faculty and a Consultant Psychotherapist in the NHS in the South West of the UK. Nick also teaches at Exeter University.
The booking page for the Symposium/Practicum will open to the public from Weds 14th October.
The potential for conflict in the clinical setting and in the time of the Covid pandemic.
Multiple narratives arise from all clinical situations. We have the narrative of the patient or those receiving care. We may also have narratives from all those involved in the patient’s life such as partners and relatives.Then again there are the narratives of the health care professionals involved and perhaps other agencies such as social workers or the police.
The increasing negotiation of…
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