Men­tal health ser­vice is a pos­i­tive

Rutherglen Reformer - - Intimations -

Psy­cho­log­i­cal ser­vices for stu­dents in Castlemilk, To­ry­glen, King’s Park and Croft­foot have been given a pos­i­tive self-eval­u­a­tion.

In part­ner­ship with Glas­gow City Coun­cil, Ed­u­cat i o n S c o t l a n d iden­ti­fied a num­ber of key strengths and out­lined some pri­or­i­ties for im­prove­ment. Key strengths were: ■ Ef­fec­tive part­ner­ship work­ing

■ Ser­vice is well po­si­tioned strate­gi­cally to de­velop strong part­ner­ship work­ing

■ Ed­u­ca­tion psy­chol­o­gists pro­vide ex­pert knowl­edge and skills and com­mu­ni­cate this well eg nur­ture, at­tach­ment, so­lu­tion ori­ented ap­proaches

■ In­creased con­fi­dence in part­ners to apply con­cepts in day to day prac­tice

■ In­ter­ven­tions pro­moted by Glas­gow Psy­cho­log­i­cal Ser­vices are ef­fec­tive in pro­mot­ing readi­ness to learn

■ GPS is very ef­fec­tive in ap­ply­ing the prin­ci­ples of im­ple­men­ta­tion science and has dis­sem­i­nated un­der­stand­ing to part­ners

■ GPS is very good at im­pact­ing on whole sys­tems

■ GPS has a range of in­no­va­tive prac­tice

■ GPS is a pro­gres­sive ser­vice that re­flects on its prac­tice and pri­or­i­ties and ad­justs ac­cord­ingly

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