Edited by Martin C Calder
Large format paperback. 320 pages
The carefully selected chapters in this book offer systematic and evidence-based approaches with all such clients in all relevant circumstances. They are 'no-nonsense' approaches that will fit with practice wisdom and practice realities. They consider work with clients who :
Reflecting the importance of inter-agency approaches in policy, practice and training, the book draws from several different professional groups and disciplines, and will be of value to each of them. For staff in the social and criminal fields, psychologists, counsellors, as well as managers, trainers, researchers, policy-makers an students, it devotes special attention to:
This book can:
For all practitioners, managers, trainers, researchers and policy-makers in social care, welfare, education, justice, health and mental health who are involved in wide spectrum of safeguarding children's work, which includes child protection, family support, domestic abuse and youth offending/justice. Also an essential reference text for students on many courses, especially in social work at degree and PQ levels.
Martin C Calder established Calder training and Consultancy in 2005 after 20 years in frontline child protection practice. His aim has been to generate and collate the available and necessary assessment tools for frontline staff, especially in times of massive change. He also critiques central government guidance and attempts to provide remedial materials to help fill the gap left between aspiration and reality. He is contactable through this website at: www.caldertrainingandconsultancy.co.uk.
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