Conversations that Make a Difference for Children and Young People. Edition 2021 (PDF)

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Edition, 2021
Pages: 341
Publisher: Routledge
Author: Lisa Cherry
Language: English;
Size: 2 Mb;


Foreword xii
Preface xv
Acknowledgements xix
Disclaimer xx
List of contributors xxi
Thinking about attachment 1
Introduction 3
1 A conversation with Eunice Lumsden: social work, adoption and the early years 13
Reflections 34
Discussion points 34
2 A conversation with Jamel Carly: child development, early years and youth work 36
Reflections 45
Discussion points 45
3 A conversation with Andi Brierley: criminal exploitation, intergenerational trauma and being in care 47
Reflections 58
Discussion points 58
4 A conversation with To the Moon and Back fostering agency: daring to care, relational approaches to fostering and professional love 60
Reflections 75
Discussion points 75
Thinking about adversity 77
Introduction 79
5 A conversation with Rachel Tomlinson from Barrowford
Primary School: teaching, behaviour and relationships 88
Reflections 100
Discussion points 100
6 A conversation with TIGERS:apprenticeships, nurseries and leadership 101
Reflections 116
Discussion points 116
7 A conversation with New Marston Primary School: diversity, improving behaviour and realising the vision 118
Reflections 132
Discussion points 133
8 A conversation with Fiona Holiday: play therapy, artful expression and creating safety 134
Reflections 143
Discussion points 144
Thinking about trauma 147
Introduction 149
9 A conversation with Cath Knibbs: online harm, online living and the impact for children and young people 1 60
Reflections 172
Discussion points 172
10 A conversation with Sophie Gilbert: social work, training and preventing burnout 1 74
Reflections 186
Discussion points 187
11 A conversation with Sass Boucher: working with trauma, staff retention and staff well-being 1 88
Reflections 200
Discussion points 201
12 A conversation with Benjamin Perks: UNICEF, intergenerational transmission of adverse childhood experiences and creating trauma-informed schools and communities 202
Reflections 2 13
Discussion points 2 14
Conclusion 216
Bonus conversation with Rooky Knightsmith 219
index 249

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