Child and Youth Care Practice with Families
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Child and Youth Care Practice with Families

Editors: Leon Fulcher PhD and Thom Garfat PhD

ISBN 978-1-928212-15-7 (ebook)
ISBN 978-1-928212-16-4 (Softcover)
Published: September 2015
Pages: 262
Dimensions: 150 x 230mm / 5,9 x 9,05 inches

This volume provides a compelling case for the extension of child and youth care work to the families of clients. Enriched with case exemplars from different cultures, it explores the imperatives for a broader focus, the similarities and the differences with traditional child-focused work, and the unique skills, perspectives and values that child and youth care workers bring with them.

Howard Bath, Child and Youth Care Consultant and Inaugural Children’s Commissioner, Northern Territory, Australia

The centrality of the family can often be overlooked in some forms of Child and Youth Care work.This collection explores the many dimensions of family work from a child and youth care perspective, accessibly and with acute insight. It should be priority reading for those working with families, and perhaps those who are not!

Laura Steckley, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

Child and Youth Care Practice with Families is a thoughtful compilation of best-in-class thinking on how to effectively engage, support, and strengthen families.Those working in children's mental health, education, child welfare, or any practice setting which involves family members will find practical, culturally-sound guidance on how to be with and strengthen families in critical life moments.

James Freeman, Training Director, Casa Pacific Centers for Children and Families, California, USA

 

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