2015

Brian Hogan
Brian Hogan
Parallel Relationships in Residential Social Care
Clive Acraman
Clive Acraman
Developing Dialogic Learning in Children's Health and Social Care through the Use of Personal Centred Thinking
Day 1 Panel Discussion
Day 1 Panel Discussion
Unity Through Relationship - Day 1 Panel Discussion
Unity through Relationship Day 2 Panel Discussion
Unity through Relationship Day 2 Panel Discussion
Unity through Relationship Day 2 Panel Discussion
Professor Jim Anglin
Professor Jim Anglin
Congruent Care: Theory, Dialogue, Practice
Dr Karen Winter
Dr Karen Winter
Three is a crowd: Competing Dominant Discourses regarding the statutory home visit to children and families and the impact on social worker/child relationships
Mandi MacDonald
Mandi MacDonald
Enacted performance: Achieving a sense of belonging and relationships that feel lasting
Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Back to the Rough Ground
Max Smart
Max Smart
Praxis and Pain
Shane Griffin
Shane Griffin
Supporting Young People from Care
Dr Thom Garfat
Dr Thom Garfat
Discussing the foundations of effective child and youth care
Dr John Digney and Maxwell Smart
Dr John Digney and Maxwell Smart
Positive use of the research: Making a move from 'What's wrong to what's strong'
Dr Anne Cassidy and Fergal Landy
Dr Anne Cassidy and Fergal Landy
Interfacing informal and formal help systems: A critical overview of developments within Irish Child Welfare Systems
Emmett Tuite
Emmett Tuite
Turning stories into action, storytelling as dialogue in practice
Dr Nuala Connolly
Dr Nuala Connolly
The parent voice in family support: Opportunities and challenges for meaningful engagement and participation

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