Potential positive outcomes for staff can include the following:
- Self empowerment
- Increased awareness of different types of behavioural functioning
- Deeper understanding of levels of behaviour experiencing
- Develops skills to alleviate clients' hallucinations and delusions.
- Ability to reduce clients’ distress.
- Encourage clients to get back in touch within themselves, other people and the shared world
- Increased ability to engage with clients.
- Increased ability to earn the trust of the client.
- Opportunity for greater involvement of the ‘person hood’ of staff member with the client
- Psychologists and psychiatrists have the potential of understanding the source of distress
- Opportunity for greater involvement of staff in a healing relationship
- An increase in job satisfaction
- Fewer re-admissions through the 'ever
- Financial and social benefits giving significant cost reductions to care providers