The International Centre for Therapeutic Care, Institute for Recovery from Childhood Trauma and Family For Every Child25 Sep 2019
The International Centre for Therapeutic Care, Institute for Recovery from Childhood Trauma and Family For Every Child are hosting a conference on trauma-informed practice in Birmingham, UK on 25-26 September 2019.
CELCIS & Global Implementation Society 15 Sep 2019
Taking place from 15 - 17 September 2019, this international conference will attract participants from many disciplines, sectors, and parts of the world who all share a passion for what the science and practice of implementation offers in making real change and improvement to people’s lives and services.
Therapeutic Interventions with Babies and Young Children in Care is about the value of observation and close attention for babies and young children who may be vulnerable to psychological and attachment difficulties.
Nick Midgley, Sarah Jane Besser, Pasco Fearon, Solange Wyatt, Sarah Byford, David Wellsted - BMC Psychiatry10 Jul 2019
This open access study examined the feasibility and acceptability of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of mentalization-based therapy (MBT), delivered in a family-format, for children who are in foster care in the UK.
Hannah CM Morgan, Lizette Nolte, Barbara Rishworth, Clarissa Stevens - Adoption & Fostering8 Jul 2019
The aim of this article is to raise the voices of a group of birth mothers, a historically stigmatised, powerless and neglected group, with substantial experience of counselling following the loss of a child.
Catherine Frogley, Mary John, Ruth Denton, Dawn Querstret - Adoption & Fostering8 Jul 2019
The current study is the first to explore the perspectives of foster carers and clinicians working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in relation to the use of two brief screening tools: the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) and the Brief Assessment Checklists (BACs).
Matthew A. Jay and Louise McGrath-Lone - Systematic Reviews28 Jun 2019
This open access systematic review aimed to appraise the extant research evidence from longitudinal studies and answer the question: how do educational outcomes differ between children in contact with Children’s Social Care (CSC) and the general population in the UK?
Linda O’Neill, Neil Harrison, Nadine Fowler, Graham Connelly - CELCIS26 Jun 2019
The research presented in this report aimed to broaden and deepen understanding of the barriers and enablers that care experienced students encounter in going to, being at and staying at college and university in Scotland.