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A System of Practice: Creating a Framework To Make Deliberate Practice Happen
In order for deliberate practice to happen, we need a system of practice.
Having a goal is not enough. The novices have goals, and the pros have systems.
In this video, I propose how you can develop a personalised system of practice. I go into details on the inherent issues in clinical practice, clinical supervision, and training, and I provide some pathways out of our predicament.
Topic: A System of Practice: Creating a Framework To Make Deliberate Practice Happen (The Complete Talk at Achieving Clinical Excellence Conference, Sweden 2018).
This was a keynote presentation at the Achieving Clinical Excellence Conference in Østersund, Sweden, 2018.
To access the entire conference, Click here (Watch the brilliant talks by Birgit Villa, Scott Miller, Susanne Bargmann with Ulrik Elholm… and more!)
Highlights from A System of Practice Talk
Here are some highlights from the video above (yep, you can click on each of the links to jump straight to each topic):
1. The Differences Between Performance vs Learning
2. On Clinical Practice
3. On Clinical Supervision
4. On Training
5. 3 Roles in Order to Develop a System of Practice: Practitioner, Manager, and Visionary
6. The 4 Pillars of Deliberate Practice
7. Blackbox Thinking for Psychotherapists
8. Coaching for Performance vs Coaching for Development
9. The Taxonomy of Deliberate Practice Activities (TDPA)
10. Develop First Principles Before Methods
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