Educational & Child Psychology Vol 23 No 4 2006: Psychological perspectives in multi-agency working

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 23 No 4 2006: Psychological perspectives in multi-agency working
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ISBN 978-1-85433-467-1; 0267-1611

Summary 

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Psychological perspectives in multi-agency working.

 

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Contents

About the contributors

Editorial

Facilitating effective working in multi-agency co-located teams
Hugh Watson

What needs to be put in place at an operational level to enable an integrated children's service to produce desired outcomes?
Michael Hymans

Collaborative working across children's services: Where are we now?
Gillian Barclay & Claire Kerr

New ways of working and new ways of being: Multi-agency working and professional identity
Jane Leadbetter

Multi-agency teams: Why should working together make everything better?
Martin Hughes

Psychodynamic theories and the 'science of relationships' (Bion): A rich resource for professional practice in children's services
Tom Billington

Every team matters: The contribution educational psychology can make to effective teamwork
Andrea Dennison, Caoimhe McBay & Chris Shaldon

Effective multi-agency working: A grounded theory of 'high profile' casework that resulted in a positive outcome for a young person in public care
Jackie Dearden & Andy Miller

 

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