One such programme aligned with these values is The Prospect Model, developed by Dr Patricia Graham and Dr Linda Irvine Fitzpatrick (2016), is a matched care model that provides Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) across a range of settings. The model uses one theory, Attachment Theory and one intervention, Interpersonal Psychotherapy; acknowledging that relationships don’t just matter, they really matter.
To read more about The Prospect Model, click the Prospect tab on the home page
In light of the present pandemic, adaptations have been made to The Edinburgh Early Intervention Model (E-EIM-CV19) for those in distress; and Interpersonal Psychotherapy Acute Crisis (IPT-AC-CV19) with a focus on relationship based issues.
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Scottish mental health and wellbeing charity, Health in Mind, and Thrive Edinburgh – the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership’s strategy for improving mental health and wellbeing – have partnered up once again to launch its wellbeing booklet: Coorie in for WinterRead More
The update sets out the aspirations of Thrive Edinburgh, what we have delivered against our Thrive Pillars and our Adult Health and Social Care Workstreams and Change Programmes which will inform our planning for the next 3 years.Read More