Surviving and thriving in care and beyond : Personal and professional perspectives. Edited by Sara Barratt, Wendy Lobatto.
Contributor(s): Barratt, Sara [jt. editor] | Lobatto, Wendy [jt. editor].Publisher: London : Karnac Books : 2016Description: 304 p. ; 23x15 cm.ISBN: 1782415289; 9781782415282; 9781782203018; 9781782203018 (pbk.) :; 178220301X (pbk.) :.Subject(s): ADOPTION AND FOSTER CARE : SOCIAL WELFARE QLL K | CHILD DEVELOPMENT : SOCIAL WELFARE QLG ILK | FORMER ADOPTED CHILDREN QLM Y | ADOPTED CHILDREN : SOCIAL WELFARE QLM | LOOKED AFTER BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES : CHILDREN QLE KX | SOCIAL WORKERS QB | ADOPTED CHILDREN : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMR W | FOSTER CHILDREN : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMR WOther classification: QLL KGI LK Online resources: Click here to access online
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PART III THE VOICES OF ADULTS WHO HAVE BEEN ADOPTED OR EXPERIENCED THE CARE SYSTEM EITHER AS CHILDREN OR AS THOSE WHO ARE CURRENTLY PARENTING CHILDRENExtracts from two poems by Jackie Kay; CHAPTER TEN The lived experience of transracial adoption; CHAPTER ELEVEN Positioning and respectful professional interventions for working with the legacy of Irish institutional care; CHAPTER TWELVE Never too late; CHAPTER THIRTEEN Co-creating a coherent story with adults who have been fostered or adopted.
CHAPTER FIVE The journey to becoming a familyCHAPTER SIX Working with vulnerability and resilience for separated children seeking asylum: towards stories of hope; CHAPTER SEVEN The best thing is the lunch! My friends! Being with other people in the same situation! Oh, and the slow walking! The Fostering, Adoption and Kinship Care Team Children's Group; CHAPTER EIGHT The strength to smile behind my mask; CHAPTER NINE Helping children through working with their adoptive parents.
COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS; SERIES EDITORS' FOREWORD; FOREWORD; Introduction; PART I OVERVIEW OF THE SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND CLINICAL CONTEXT FOR ALTERNATIVE FAMILY CARE; CHAPTER ONE Family placement: continuity and discontinuity over time; CHAPTER TWO Working with professional systems; CHAPTER THREE Approaches to working with foster carers and children; CHAPTER FOUR Under our skins: developmental perspectives on trauma, abuse, neglect, and resilience; PART II EXAMPLES OF CLINICAL WORK WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE.