Guro B Omland & Agnes Andenas - Qualitative Social Work2 Jul 2019
Without access to their own families, how do young, unaccompanied refugee minors re-establish their social lives in ways that facilitate a sense of togetherness in their everyday lives during resettlement? This question was approached by exploring young persons’ creation of relational practices and the kinds of sociomaterial conditions that seemed to facilitate the evolvement of these practices in Norway, including the professional caregivers’ contributions.
Svein Arild Vis, Camilla Lauritzen, Sturla Fossum - International Social Work13 Mar 2019
The primary aim of this study is to summarise research findings about the use of assessment frameworks, that is, structured models that guide information collection and decision making in child protection services, by reviewing the literature.
Ellen Syrstad & Ottar Ness - Contemporary Family Therapy19 Feb 2019
This article examines the professional identities of family therapists employed by Family Counselling Services (FCS) in Norway and their experiences providing therapeutic services to parents whose children are placed in public care.
Boddy, Janet ; Lausten, Mette ; Backe-Hansen, Elisabeth ; Gundersen, Tonje - VIVE - Det Nationale Forsknings- og Analysecenter for Velfærd1 Jan 2019
This working paper has reviewed cross-national datasets for the general population and available national data and other relevant (grey and academic) literature concerned with young people in care and care leavers in the three study countries.
Thomas Engell, Ingvild Barbara Follestad, Anne Andersen, Kristine Amlund Hagen - Trials29 Dec 2018
The present study is part of a knowledge translation project in collaboration with local CWS with the aim to develop, implement, and evaluate Enhanced Academic Support (EAS) for primary school children in Child Welfare Services (CWS) in Norway.
Krüger Viggo, Dag Øystein Nordanger, Brynjulf Stige - Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy1 Nov 2018
Despite a growing interest in music therapy within child welfare practice, music therapy practices within these contexts are still under-researched in Norway. The present study takes a collaborative community music therapy practice as its point of departure.