This page pulls together all of NSCAP's Multimedia content in one place. The content will grow and extend over time so please check back.
The first selection of videos were produced with the help of current and former students to help potential applicants, and their employers, understand more about what is involved in psychoanalytic observation and how it benefits the student and their work practices.
Video 1: NSCAP students talk about the experience of starting an infant observation and what they gained from the process.
Video 2: In this video NSCAP students talk about how the course has helped them develop in their work with children and young people and also as individuals.
Video 3: NSCAP student Sam talks about his experience of the psychoanalytic observation course.
Video 4: In this video Michelle talks about how studying at NSCAP benefited her work as a midwife and how it has informed her current training as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist.
Video 5: Students talk about their experience of learning and developing at NSCAP.
We have produced these three videos with colleagues from Dove Adolescent Services to describe the training in leadership and management that NSCAP has been providing for their group of Registered Managers for the past two years. They should give anyone interested in this training, whether as participant or commissioner, a good introduction to the aims of the programme and how it is of value to managers, their organizations and the children and young people they look after.
Video 1: Developing Management Capacity
Nick Waggett from NSCAP and Dianne Lodge, Director of Dove Adolescent Services discuss the importance of investing in the training and development of managers in order to provide effective care for young people.
Video 2: Developing Reflective Leaders
The Director and Registered Managers from Dove Adolescent Services talk about why they chose NSCAP to provide advanced training in leadership and management and Nick Waggett from NSCAP discusses the importance of reflective skills for leaders.
Video 3: Improving outcomes for young people
Participants in NSCAP's Leadership and Management in Residential Child Care programme discuss how it has enhanced their ability to work with the young people in their care and to communicate with other agencies.
New video about Working with Adolescents: A Psychoanalytic Observational Approach (M33)
In this new video, produced by colleagues at the Tavistock Clinic, Lydia Hartland-Rowe describes the experience of studying on the post-graduate programme. She also explains the benefits of undertaking training focused on work with adolescents and how it contributes to improving services for young people. For further information go to the M33 course page: http://www.nscap.org.uk/content/working-with-adolescents