Independent Social Work
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

Training and Consultancy
in Social Care

Background

Health and Professions Council
Health and Care Professions Council
General Hypnotherapy Register
General Hypnotherapy Register
General Hypnotherapy Standards Council
General Hypnotherapy Standards Council
cnhc
Complementary and National
Healthcare Council

National Council
for Hypnotherapy

Jacki Pritchard is a qualified social worker registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. She has 34 years experience of working in the field of social care, gaining experience both as a social worker and a manager in fieldwork teams and hospital settings. For the past 22 years she has specialised in abuse, violence and risk, working independently as a:

  • Social worker
  • Hypnotherapist
  • Trainer
  • Researcher
  • Writer
  • Consultant
  • Expert witness

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • B.A. (HONOURS) Economics
  • M.A. Applied Social Studies
  • Certificate of Qualification in Social Work (CQSW)
  • Accreditation in Practice Teaching (CCETSW)
  • Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Hypnotherapy Practitoner Diploma
  • Hypnotherapy in Schools Programme (HISP) Practitioner

 

COMMITMENTS/RELATED EXPERIENCE

  • Series Editor, Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice Series, Jessica Kingsley Publishers
    (London, England and Bristol, Pennsylvania, USA)
  • Series Editor, Violence and Abuse Series Jessica Kingsley Publishers (London, England and Bristol, Pennsylvania, USA)
  • Co-Founder of PAVA (Practitioner Alliance Against Abuse of Vulnerable Adults)
  • Founder of Beyond Existing, Support Groups for Adults Who Have Been Abused.
  • Independent Chairperson Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board
  • Researcher: “The Needs of Older Women: Services for Victims of Elder Abuse and Other Abuse” (Joseph Rowntree Foundation) and "The Needs of Vulnerable Adults: Services for Victims of Abuse"
  • Senior Associate with Ashley Maynard and Rowan
  • Steering Group Member, Action on Elder Abuse Facilitated Support Groups Project
  • Consultant to the "Would You Know Project" (www.wouldyouknow.org.uk)
  • Over the years Jacki Pritchard has written extensively on a wide range of social work related topics:

PUBLICATIONS

ELDER/ADULT ABUSE

Pritchard, J. (1989) 'Confronting the taboo of the abuse of elderly people.' Social Work Today 5th October, 12-13.

Pritchard, J. (1990a) 'Old and abused.' Social Work Today 15th February 22-23.

Pritchard, J. (1990b) 'Charting the hits.' Care Weekly 19th October, 10-11.

Pritchard, J. (February 1991a) 'Identifying abuse.' Community Outlook Vol. 1(2), 19-20.

Pritchard, J. (1991b) 'Sufferers in silence.' Care Weekly 9th August, 10-11.

Pritchard, J. (1993a) 'Dispelling some myths.' Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect Volume 5 No 2, 27-35.

Pritchard, J. (1993b) 'Gang warfare', Community Care 8th July, 22-23.

Pritchard, J. (1994). 'Social work practice in dealing with abuse' in Mervyn Eastman (ed) Old Age Abuse: a new perspective. London: Chapman and Hall.

Pritchard, J. (1995) The Abuse of Older People 2nd Edition. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (1996) Working with Elder Abuse: a training manual for home care, residential and day care staff. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Pritchard, J. (1996) 'Darkness visible.' Nursing Times October 16th-22nd, 26-31

Pritchard, J. (1997) 'System failure.' Community Care 28th August - 3rd September, 21.

Pritchard, J. (1998) 'Psychodynamic counselling and older people who have been abused' in Zetta Bear (ed) Good Practice in Counselling People Who Have Been Abused. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. [ed] (1999) Elder Abuse Work: Best Practice in Britain and Canada. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (2000a) The Needs of Older Women: Services for Victims of Elder Abuse and Other Abuse. Bristol: Policy Press.

Pritchard, J. (2000b) 'Elder abuse: would you recognise it?' Agility 2000 No 1, 13-14.

Pritchard, J. (2001) Becoming A Trainer In Adult Abuse Work. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (2001) 'Elder Abuse' in L. Cull and J. Roche (eds) The Law and Social Work. Basingstoke: The Open University.

Pritchard, J. [ed] (2001) Good Practice with Vulnerable Adults. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (2001) Males Victims of Elder Abuse: Their Experiences and Needs. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (September 2002) 'The abuse of older men.' The Journal of Adult Protection 4(3), 14-23.

Pritchard, J. (October 2002) 'Training in adult abuse' Signpost Volume 7, Number 2, 4-8.

Pritchard, J. (2003) Support Groups for Older People Who Have Been Abused: Beyond Existing. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (2003) 'The role of social workers and GPs' in S. Amiel and I. Heath (eds) Family Violence in Primary Care. Oxford: University Press.

Pritchard, J. (November 2003) 'Protecting individuals from abuse: a vital part of care.' Nursing and Residential Care,507-512.

Pritchard J. and Sainsbury, E. (2004) Can You Read Me?: Creative Writing with Adult and Child Victims of Abuse.London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (May 2007) Working with Adult Abuse: A Training Manual for People Working with Vulnerable Adults. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J (2007) ‘Identifying and working with older male victims of abuse in England.’ Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, Volume 19, Numbers 1 and 2, 109-127.

Pritchard, J. [ed] (July 2008) Good Practice in Safeguarding Adults: Working Effectively in Adult Protection. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. [ed] (October 2008) Good Practice in the Law and Safeguarding Adults: Criminal Justice and Adult Protection.London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J wrote the booklet Safeguarding People with Dementia: Recognising Adult Abuse for The Alzheimers' Society (2009 and 2011)

Pritchard, J with Leslie, S. (2011) Recording Skills in Safeguarding Adults: Best Practice and Evidential Requirements. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. [ed] (2013) Good Practice in Promoting Recovery and Healing for Abused Adults . London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

OTHER SUBJECTS

Pritchard, J.H, Streatfield, D.R, and Wilson, T.D. (May 1979) 'An illuminative evaluation programme for assessing information services.'
Aslib proceedings 31(5), 245-250.

Pritchard, J.H and Goldie, J.L. (February 1981) 'Interview methodology - comparison of three types of interview: one to one, group and telephone interviews.' Aslib proceedings 33(2), 62-66.

Streatfield D.R. and Pritchard, J.H. (August 1981) 'Putting information on tap. Social Work Today 12 (49), 8-10.

Literature review articles in Social Work Information Bulletin January - March 1980 on the following topics: abortion, behaviour modification, ethnic minorities, ex-offenders and marital violence.

Owen, H. and Pritchard, J. [eds] (1993) Good Practice in Child Protection. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Pritchard, J. [ed] (1994) Good Practice in Supervision. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Kemshall, H. and Pritchard, J. [eds] (1996) Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management. Volume 1 London: Jessica Kingsley.

Kemshall, H. and Pritchard, J. [eds] (1997) Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management 2: Protection, Rights and Responsibilities. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Kemshall, H. and Pritchard J. [eds] (1999) Good Practice in Working with Violence. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Kemshall, H. and Pritchard, J. [eds] (2000) Good Practice in Working with Victims of Violence. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Pritchard, J. (2001) 'The myth of confidentiality: a social work view.' in  Christopher Cordess [ed] Confidentiality and Mental Health. London Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Pritchard, J. (2003). Training Manual for Working with Older People in Residential and Day care Settings. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Ryan, T. and Pritchard, J. [eds] (2004) Good Practice in Adult Mental Health. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Other News

 
TRAINING COURSES - AUTUMN/WINTER
 
1) Course 1 - Safeguarding Adults for BSL Interpreters: Safe and Best Practice - Saturday 14th October 2017.
 
2) Assertiveness Training - Saturday 18th November 2017.
 
3) Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence - Saturday 20th January 2018.
 
4) Safeguarding Children for BSL Interpreters - Saturday 17th February 2018
 
5) Course 2 - Advanced Safeguarding Adults for BSL Interpreters: More on Practice Issues - Saturday 17th March 2018.
 
Time: All courses run from 09.30 to 16.30.
 
Venue: Holiday Inn Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield.
 
Telephone or e-mail for course flyers and an application form.
 
 
 
 
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