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Tag Archives: assets
What is ‘good’ parenting and caregiving?
Posted on March 2, 2020 by colbypearce
With the uptake of strengths-based approaches to child welfare practice in Australia and related child protection jurisdictions in Europe and North America, it is timely to consider what is ‘good’ parenting and caregiving. In this article I briefly introduce a … Continue reading →
Posted in AAA Caregiving, Adoption, Attachment, early learning, Fostering, kinship care, Parenting, Training Programs, trauma informed care, trauma informed practice | Tagged assets, Child Protection, child welfare, parenting, psychologist, psychology, Social Work, socialworker, strengths, strengths based, strengths based practice, trauma informed, trauma informed practice, trauma responsive, trauma sensitive | Leave a comment
Why The CARE Therapeutic Framework?
Posted on September 2, 2019 by colbypearce
The CARE Therapeutic Framework is a back-to-basics, strengths-based program that supports enrichment of therapeutic care environments for children who are recovering from relational trauma and other forms of early adversity, and their caregivers. Relational connection, wellbeing, and new learning (growth) … Continue reading →
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged adopter, adoption, assets, child care, foster care, foster carer, kinship care, kinship carer, parenting, post adoption support, residential care, Social Care, strengths, trauma informed, trauma informed care, trauma informed practice, trauma sensitive, trauma-informed school, wellbeing | Leave a comment