Demystification within the helping professions should naturally be a widespread resource. A Google search for "Demystification of the Helping Professions" doesn't bring much of any use - but then, almost by definition, the masses of stuff there must be that is useful is unlikely to label itself like that! Searching for "Systemic Practice" brings up mainly UK "Family Therapy and Systemic Practice" courses, but go to:
AFT's website where, as well as lots of other good info, some of my own words for AFT when I was its editor of information sheets are still on display!!
A superb unmystified account of Ordinary Good or "Systemic" Practice with lots of clear description and examples of what to do and not do, is the manualised account of Systemic Family Therapy itself. The manuals are freely available from:
Leeds Family Therapy & Research Team website - click on Manual and SFT. But please email Peter Stratton to feedback how you're using it.
An important and relevant "systemic" government report, produced for the Scottish Executive, was based on talking about everything to everyone:
"For Scotland's Children: Better Integrated Services"
Some kinds of Narrative Approach bring careful focused humanising and demystifying, try these three from a BMJ series:
Trisha Greenhalgh and Brian Hurwitz's Why Study Narrative
John Launer's A Narrative Approach to Mental Health in General Practice
Glyn Elwyn and Richard Gwyn's Stories We Hear and Stories We Tell: Analysing Talk in Clinical Practice
Since demystification has to happen across the boundaries of disciplines (as well as with clients and the lay public), wherever there is good teamworking, there must also be demystification. As well as the stuff on teaming up here, try:
The GMC's Guidance on Teamworking in Medicine
Michael Brearley's Teams: Lessons from the World of Sport
For a huge collection of links to do with helping professions, mystifying or not, go to:
Hodge's "Health Career Model" Website links pages
(Click this to find an introductory explanation and reflections on that "narrative"-like nursing HC Model itself)