Therapeutic Communities for Children and Young People
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2003 - 336 pagina's
Tackling the difficult issues facing those who work with traumatized and sometimes dangerous young people and their families, this new volume shows how professionals can bring about positive change and growth through the creation of "holding" and healing therapeutic environments. This collection of papers written by established and respected experts with extensive practice and research experience builds a powerful picture of the theory and practice of therapeutic community work with young people. A wide variety of therapeutic community approaches is considered alongside an analysis of the implications of this model for mainstream residential practice. Social work, health care and education professionals will find the text invaluable for its presentation of a well-founded analysis of their work with these most damaged and desperate children and young people.
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Monica Lanyado Peper Harow Foundation
Philip Stokoe Tavistock Clinic
Opportunity Led Work
The Meaning of Good Experience
Consultation and Supervision
Staff Development and Training
The Challenge of Research
Applying the Therapeutic Community Model
Therapeutic Childcare and the Local Authority
Developing Community Groupwork in a Secure Setting
KEY PROFESS1ONAL ORGAN1SAT1ONS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
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