End Seclusion Podcast

The reflective journey: An interview with Professor Andrew McDonnell

November 25, 2020 The Alliance Against Seclusion and Restraint Season 1 Episode 19
End Seclusion Podcast
The reflective journey: An interview with Professor Andrew McDonnell
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End Seclusion Podcast
The reflective journey: An interview with Professor Andrew McDonnell
Nov 25, 2020 Season 1 Episode 19
The Alliance Against Seclusion and Restraint

The Reflective Journey is a practitioner’s handbook to the low arousal approach, written by Studio 3 CEO Professor Andrew McDonnell. 

Professor Andrew McDonnell’s new practitioner guide really is a reflective journey. A strong theme throughout all of the chapters is that we must look at our own behaviour first in order to manage highly stressful situations. We spoke to him about what to expect from the upcoming publication, and the meaning behind the book’s title.

Andrew McDonnell BSc., MSc., PhD. Consultant Clinical Psychologist to and Director of Studio III Clinical Services; Director, clinical consultant and Team Leader to Studio III Training; formerly Clinical Psychologist to Monyhull Hospital Birmingham. Andrew has particular interest in the design of community settings for people who challenge. He has extensive experience of working with service users with a learning disability and/or an ASD who self harm. 

Show Notes

The Reflective Journey is a practitioner’s handbook to the low arousal approach, written by Studio 3 CEO Professor Andrew McDonnell. 

Professor Andrew McDonnell’s new practitioner guide really is a reflective journey. A strong theme throughout all of the chapters is that we must look at our own behaviour first in order to manage highly stressful situations. We spoke to him about what to expect from the upcoming publication, and the meaning behind the book’s title.

Andrew McDonnell BSc., MSc., PhD. Consultant Clinical Psychologist to and Director of Studio III Clinical Services; Director, clinical consultant and Team Leader to Studio III Training; formerly Clinical Psychologist to Monyhull Hospital Birmingham. Andrew has particular interest in the design of community settings for people who challenge. He has extensive experience of working with service users with a learning disability and/or an ASD who self harm.