Professional doctorate in advanced practice and research: consultation and the organisation
A professional doctorate training in consulting to organisations from a ‘Tavistock’ systems-psychodynamic perspective, providing an opportunity to undertake scholarly research and contribute to the knowledge base in the field.
Involvement with the Professional Doctorate programme has enabled me to think much more clearly and analytically about my professional work with clients, and also to confidently take on consultancy roles of increasing scale and complexity. I have found the research component particularly rewarding and exciting, as it has enabled me to develop a proposal that opens up new horizons in my intellectual and professional development.
* The previous code for this course was D10D.
Qualification: Professional Doctorate
Course Length: 4 years (min)
Study Attendance: Part-time
Admission status: Open
Course Lead: Judith Bell
Join us at a free taster seminar:
We will soon be hosting free taster seminars for this course at the Tavistock Centre, 120 Belsize Lane, London, NW3 5BA
Come along to meet the course tutors and to find out more about how this course can contribute to your education and professional development.
Current D10D student research projects:
• Can an agile working environment facilitate emotional containment?
Interview with Robert Fitzpatrick, D10D student, 07/03/16:
• Unconscious influences on behaviour in financial services
Interview with Ajit Menon, D10D student, 12/05/16
• Meaning Lost and Meaning Found: Containment in contemporary organisations
• How can a systems psychodynamic intervention support and develop people working in the NHS?
• Systemic factors influencing by-standing and whistle-blowing
• How does working with child trauma in a residential setting affect professional's relationship with food?
• Learning from the aftermath of deaths in police custody
• A systems psychodynamic exploration into GP experiences of current changes in healthcare delivery
• A systems psychodynamic perspective on creativity and innovation in children's and young people's services
• Group relations as a method of exploring corporate social responsibility
• An investigation of organisational technologies as mediators between the abstract/ conceptual and concrete/ material aspects of organising in the human services
• Developing interventions which promote BME leadership
This is a lively, collaborative and well-supported course that will offer you participation in a stimulating learning community with a successful completion record.
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