As a broad guideline, a typical presentation is likely to include:
An introduction of the chosen intervention
An introduction to the chosen clinical disorder
Consideration of some of the issues and/or questions about the way in which the intervention is applied to that disorder and the extent to which it is successful may follow. This could include for example:
. Accounts of service users’ experience of the intervention
The views of mental health professionals involved in the intervention
The presentation should finish with a conclusion that summarises the main points raised and highlights any recommendations about the intervention or areas for further research and development for its use in that client group.