Items where Subject is "Families > Family Courts"

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Bambrough, Steve and Shaw, Mike and Kershaw, Sophie (2014) The Family Drug and Alcohol Court Service in London: A new way of doing care proceedings. Journal of Social Work Practice, 28 (3). pp. 357-370. ISSN 0265-0533

Barnes, Gill Gorell (2017) Narratives of attachment and processes of alienation in post-divorce parenting disputes. In: Narrative therapies with children and their families: A practitioner's guide to concepts and approaches, 2nd Edition. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 182-197. ISBN 9781138891005

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Hickman, Susan Mary (2014) Shared understandings? The interface between systemic psychotherapists and the family courts. DSysPsych thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Full text available

Hodges, Sally (2008) Assessing parents with learning difficulties for court proceedings. Annual Proceedings of the Family Justice Council . pp. 101-110. ISSN N/A

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Sternberg, Janine (2007) A child psychotherapist's assessment tools. In: Re-rooted lives. Inter-disciplinary work within the family justice system. Jordan, Bristol, pp. 57-64. ISBN 9781846610479 Full text available

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Trowell, Judith (2007) Introduction. In: Re-rooted lives. Interdisciplinary work within the family justice system. Jordan, Bristol, vix-x. ISBN 9781846610479

Tydeman, Beverley (2007) What is 'true enough' to be convincing evidence? The child psychotherapist, the family, the team and the court. In: Re-rooted lives. Interdisciplinary work within the family justice system. Jordan, Bristol, pp. 29-38. ISBN 9781846610479

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Wakelyn, Jenifer (2007) Entangled bonds. Psychodynamic assessments of sibling relationships for the family courts. In: Re-rooted lives. Interdisciplinary work within the family justice system. Jordan, Bristol, pp. 49-56. ISBN 9781846610479 Full text available

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Zachary, Anne (2007) Standing firm beside 'fact'. In: Re-rooted lives. Interdisciplinary work within the family justice system. Jordan, Bristol, pp. 87-92. ISBN 9781846610479

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