Re-rooted Lives: Inter-disciplinary work within the Family Justice System 2nd edition
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Why should you buy Re-rooted Lives: Inter-disciplinary work within the Family Justice System Second edition
The interdisciplinary Dartington Conferences, introduced the family judiciary to the important role of child psychology and psychoanalysis in the outcome of child protection cases.
A decade on, the diverse professions working in the family justice system continue to share the common goal of preventing or ameliorating the effects of 'rooted sorrows', despite the inevitable tension between the aspiration to 're-root lives' and the difficulty of providing that ideal in many individual cases.
Through papers written by distinguished contributors drawn from various disciplines, edited and grouped thematically by Carola Thorpe and Judith Trowell, Re-rooted Lives provides a detailed exploration of both the theory and practice which underpins the attempt to achieve the best outcomes for children and their families.
This fascinating book is essential reading and an important source of reference for all those involved in child protection work including lawyers, health professionals, social workers, mediators, and the police.
Table of contents
Childhood and Social Order: The Emergence of Internal Law
Dr Clifford Yorke
Child Sexual Abuse Hearings In Family Courts: the Role of the Judge and the Value of the Expert Witness
Lord Justice Wall
Expert Evidence: Evident and not Evident
Dr Judith Freedman
What is ‘True Enough' to be Convincing Evidence? The Child Psychotherapist, The Family, The Team and The Court
Therapeutic Assessments': Assessing the Ability to Change
Dr Eia Asen
Entangled Bonds: Psychodynamic Assessments of Sibling Relationships for the Family Courts
A Child Psychotherapist's Assessment Tools -
Dr Janine Sternberg
Examining the Evidence Base in Child Protection: A Paediatrician's View
Professor Jo Sibert
Isn't the Judge Human Too?
Mr Justice Hedley
‘This Even-Handed Justice'
Stephen Cobb, QC
Standing Firm Beside ‘Fact'
Dr Anne Zachary
Representing Asian Families in the Family Courts
The Language of Law and the Nature of Families
Visions of Excellence - Law, Healing and Humanity
Myths about Family Mediation
What is the Future for Social Work with Children?
Beyond Mothering: Dispelling Three Myths About Family Relationships and Children's Adaptation
Professors Philip a Cowan and Carolyn Pape Cowan
Relationships: Law Content and Form
Dr Stephen Cretney