Centre for Social Work Practice

Topics: Relationship based practice

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From attachment to recognition for children in care

Mark Smith, Claire Cameron and Daniela Reimer – October 2017

We are delighted that the authors have agreed we may share this important paper that deals with the knotty issue of how we use attachment theory and introduces the theory of recognition. Recognition has considerable relevance for how we create and develop meaningful relationships with children in care but also with other users of social work. Many thanks to Mark, Claire and Daniela for their extremely useful perspectives and contribution to social work policy, theory and practice.

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Presentations

Dynamics of Caring - Reflections on a study of the relationship between mental health professionals and carers of people with long term mental health conditions

Jeremy Walsh - January 2016

It is with great pleasure that Jeremy Walsh has kindly allowed us to share with you his powerpoint presentation, Dynamics of Caring - Reflections on a study of the relationship between mental health professionals and carers of people with long term mental health conditions. Jeremy presented recently in London at The Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust.

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The potential significance of the supervisory relationship in practice education

Dr Michelle Lefevre - June 2014

Following a recent joint partnership event between UCS, The Centre for Social Work Practice, Suffolk County Council and Essex County Council. The Practice Education Conference 'Innovations in Social Work Practice Education: Utilising Relationship Based Practice' was held on June 5th 2014 in Suffolk and we are pleased to be able to share with you the presentation delivered by Dr Michelle Lefevre; "The potential significance of the supervisory relationship in practice education".

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