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Theses from the Reading Therapeutic Child Care Course
Diamond, John (1993), "The Use Of Supervision And Consultation To Develop A 'Reflective' Practice With An Emotionally Disturbed Client Group In Group Care Organizations"
Easterbrook, Lorraine (2006), "Does the SACCS Assessment Process contribute to the ‘Recovery’ of Traumatised Children in the area of Attachment?"
Fernyhough, Dave (2006), "A Winnicottian Approach To The Management Of Challenging Behaviours In Schools"
Keenan, Karol (2006), "Food Glorious Food? An exploration of the issues of anxiety and its containment for children and adults..."
Ledger, Denise (2002), “A Family Centre approach to Early Therapeutic Intervention for Young Children and their Families”
Peacock, Simon (1997), “Holding On: An Exploration of the Relevance of 'Holding' and 'Containment' to Field Social Work with Children”
Rivers, John (2004), “Using Parents as First Therapists: A reflective study of enabling parents through the use of parenting groups within a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Team to become first therapists.”
Roberts, Dave (2002), “What is the emotional impact upon staff of changing the primary task in a residential children’s unit?”
Sanders, Jennifer A. (2006), “Finding their feet: The development of infants’ sense of self during Heuristic Play sessions in a Children’s Centre”
Steele, Marc (2007), "‘Angels with dirty faces’ A reflective study of the journey of a residential care worker’s emotional and practical development, in order to aid the development of therapeutic ethos in a private care provision"
Turberville, John W. (2006), "If Only You Would Exclude ‘Ben’ We Would Be Able To Work With The Others Just Fine! A Case Study of the ‘Excludable Child’ in a Residential Special School"
Ulloa, Maria L. (2006) “It is better just go” : An exploratory study of the anxieties and defences related to the quality of the attachment relationship in a pre-school setting
Wightwick, Susan (2006), ‘Mummy I miss you’ ………All Mothers Are Missed, Even ‘BAD’ Mothers.How Understanding This Belief Can Shape And Enhance Our Work With Troubled Young People In Therapeutic Residential Care
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