Psychological Duty of Care for your Production

Charlotte Armitage, Media Psychologist and MD YAFTA. Charlotte has managed the psychological duty of care processes for MTV shows as well as working as a duty of care psychologist for MTV and BBC. This workshop is designed to teach all of those in production about the psychological considerations that need to be made at each part of the production cycle in order to ensure ethical compliance with changing legislations, and ultimately ensuring that cast are kept safe throughout production and beyond.

Date: 26th January 2020

Time: 10am to 4pm

Price: £100


Recommendations of psychological support are always made in the best interests of the contributor. It is not ethical to recommend that a contributor undergoes psychological support if this is unnecessary. Psychologists adhere to a strict code of conduct when working with clients (contributors), this is to ensure the safety of the client. We will not recommend psychological support if it is not deemed appropriate for the client. Psychological support will only be recommended where it has been identified as appropriate and necessary for the client.

Should contributors present with symptoms of mental illness at any point throughout the production process, they will be signposted to relevant services in their area for ongoing support.