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S (Ed) Et Al Mccall - Supporting the Mental Health of Children in Care: Evidence-Based Practice - 9781849056687 - V9781849056687
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Supporting the Mental Health of Children in Care: Evidence-Based Practice

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Description for Supporting the Mental Health of Children in Care: Evidence-Based Practice Paperback. .
Combining contemporary research with practice findings, this book shows how we can improve the mental health of children in care. Expert contributors highlight the challenges that children face and propose innovative models of practice which have been proven to improve outcomes. The book describes the difficulties children in care commonly encounter, such as vulnerability to self-harm, substance misuse or inappropriate sexual behaviour. It goes on to explore therapeutic interventions, such as art therapy or integrative therapy, which can be used to address the root of these behaviours. With a range of clinical and practical perspectives, it ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Condition
New
Weight
367g
Number of Pages
248
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781849056687
SKU
V9781849056687
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 5 to 9 working days
Ref
99-10

About S (Ed) Et Al Mccall
Jeune Guishard-Pine OBE is a chartered psychologist with significant experience and specialism in child and family psychology. She is currently Consultant Psychologist and Director of Bespoke Psychology. Suzanne McCall is a counsellor at the Luton Family Consultation Clinic working with adolescents, parents and foster carers and also works from her own private practice. She was previously a qualified social worker ... Read more

Reviews for Supporting the Mental Health of Children in Care: Evidence-Based Practice
I was deeply touched by some of the case material, and found much of the content of the book extremely thought-provoking in relation to my own practice. In chapter 11, there is a courageous and important discussion relating to integrated practice that is relevant to anyone working with children in a therapeutic way and which I found refreshing and ... Read more

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