Psychologically Informed Environments (P.I.E.)
A PIE organisation is designed to meet the emotional and psychological needs of service users in order to enable them to make positive changes in their lives.
MEET THE TEAM
St Basils CEO and P.I.E Lead
St Basils took the decision to take a whole organisation approach to becoming a Psychologically Informed Environment in 2011, embedding training and reflective practice. Jean will bring her organisational experience of PIE to the No Wrong Door Network.
P.I.E Programme Administrator
Lucy co-ordinates and manages the delivery of the P.I.E. programme for Birmingham Changing Futures Together; working closely with organisations in the No Wrong Door network
Dr Amanda Skeate
Consultant Clinical Psychologist St Basils and Forward Thinking Birmingham; Lead for P.I.E
With over 20 years’ experience working in mental health, Amanda has been involved with developing and delivering St Basils Psychologically Informed Environments Programme since 2011.
Dr Bill Bell
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
ACAT accredited Cognitive Analytic Therapy Psychotherapist & Supervisor
EMDR Europe Accredited Practitioner
Bill is an experienced therapist, trainer and supervisor. He worked in the NHS in multidisciplinary mental health teams for over 20 years developing psychologically informed approaches for individuals with complex mental health problems.
- Housing LIN Case Study – St Basils P.I.E
- Psychologically informed services for homeless people: Good Practice Guide (2012)
- Aileen Edwards, (2012), “Developing a psychological approach: learning from a housing association pilot”, Housing, Care and Support, Vol. 15 Iss:2 pp. 63-65
- Psychologically Informed Environments and the “Enabling Environments” initiative
Authors: Rex Haigh, Tom Harrison, Robin Johnson, Sarah Paget, Susan Williams
Author for correspondence: Robin Johnson, at email@example.com
Accepted for publication in J. Housing, Care and Support, Vol. 15. Iss 1.
- “Complex Trauma and its effects: Perspectives on creating an environment for recovery”, Robin Johnson with Rex Haigh; Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd 2012