Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 14 No 1
In this issue you'll find articles on the education of looked after children and the children's hearings' system, as well as short accounts on helping children in care cope with loss and change, and on social enterprise as a model for residential child care.
The transcript of the 2014 Kilbrandon Lecture is also published here, and we introduce the first article in a new category on doctoral research. Books reviews and highlights of the Scottish Government's 'Children's Social Work Statistics 2015' can also be found here.
|Inclusion of looked after children in education||Claire Leslie, Azra Mohammed|
|Childen’s Hearings, residential child care and professional education||Raymond Taylor, Malcolm Hill|
Commentary, reflections and other articles
|Helping children in care cope with loss and change - Nature’s way||Caroline Jay|
|Social Enterprise: An appropriate model for a child and youth care organisation?||Graham Bell, Lesley Fuller|
The Kilbrandon Lecture
Reflections on doctoral studies
|Child and youth care through a constructive-developmental lens||Heather Modlin|
|Empathic Care for Children with Disorganised Attachments: A Model for Mentalizing, Attachment and Trauma-Informed Care||Nicola Kieran|
|Redirect: The surprising new science of psychological change||Marijn Somers|
|Children’s Social Work Statistics (incorporating the Children Looked after Statistics)||Ben Farrugia|