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‘Right on your doorstep’ – embedding psychological practice in children’s social care | BPS

“Being embedded in the children’s social care team gives enormous flexibility in how we can contribute a psychological perspective to our social work colleagues and support children and families.

For example, we can respond to a brief question about an aspect of mental health or attachment-focused therapy, provide consultation on LAC and safeguarding cases and also in real time contribute to the team’s thinking about complex high risk cases as issues develop. In this way we can combine the best of both of our disciplines in the ongoing challenge of supporting families where children are at risk and children who’s trauma histories present difficulties for them, and for those who love and care for them.”

https://www.bps.org.uk/news-and-policy/%E2%80%98right-your-doorstep%E2%80%99-%E2%80%93-embedding-psychological-practice-children%E2%80%99s-social-care

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