Describe these showing how they can supplement a psychodynamic approach in work with children.
Pick two non-psychodynamic approaches; describe these showing how they can supplement a psychodynamic approach in work with children.
1. Therapeutic Children’s Homes :
Raising the bar? Evaluation of Social Pedagogy pilot programme in Residential Children’s Homes : Department of Education (Research Report DFE-RR14)
A coat of many colors” in The Arts in Psychotherapy
Article by Ephrat Huss Vol 33, Issue 3, July2009-7( P154-160)
Care and Youth Review Services: Vol 34, Issue 2, Pages 437-450
In, out and after care: Young adults’ views on their lives, as children, in a therapeutic residential establishment by Bernard Gallagher; Adam Green 02/2012
2. Disable Children’s rights, Shift from deficit approach, Critical Disability studies
Draw on Children’s rights and Critical Disabilities studies, prioritising both disabled children’s voices and an approach which is grounded in respect, fun and the UNCR support on the right to play and leisure.
Disability & Society: Disabled children’s childhood studies: a distinct approach? Article by
Tillie Curran & Katherine Runswick-Cole
– Please include all article provided in the essay if you can when referencing.