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- 76. What is Signs of Safety
15 May 2017 | Andrew Turnell
This introductory video offers an overview of the Signs of Safety approach to child protection.
- 77. Workers talk about Signs of Safety
Video of practitioners sharing their experiences
15 May 2017 | Elia
Stories from child protection workers about their experience in using Signs of Safety.
- 78. Learning Journal
Record your Signs of Safety learning journey
14 March 2017 | Elia
The Learning Journal is an invaluable tool for implementing organisations as a way to record their learnings throughout training and the implementation process. Journals are personal and are for each individual.
- 79. Using Time Wisely
Presented by Kevin Campbell
19 December 2016 | Elia
This presentation will make you think deeply about our child protection systems and how we go about transforming them.
- 80. You Can’t Grow Roses in Concrete
Signs of Safety English Innovations Project report
15 December 2016 | Andrew Turnell, Eileen Munro, Terry Murphy
A broad brush picture of what has happened, picking out key themes and illustrating the diversity of the implementations. It is structured as a list of key elements of the reforms, but attention is given to reporting on how successfully these elements must interact to produce the desired changes.
- 81. Sexual Abuse Pregnant Teenager and Self Harm
Danger Statement, Safety Goal and Safety Scale
7 December 2016 | Andrew Turnell
Danger statement, safety goal and safety scale for Polly - Sexual abuse concerns about a pregnant teenager who is self-harming.
- 82. My Three Houses: Trash House
Calvin - aged 10
21 August 2015 | Theo Klooster
My Three Houses example with a young boy where there are concerns about neglect.
- 83. Amelia & Alexandra Child Safety Plan
Child's safety plan for Amelia & Alexandra for sexual abuse
12 September 2014 | Andrew Turnell, Susie Essex
This Safety Plan, developed by Andrew Turnell, follows on from the Words and Pictures: An Explanation for Alexander and Amelia as featured in Turnell and Essex, Working with 'Denied' Child Abuse: The Resolutions Approach (2006: 124).
- 84. Sharon Injured Infant
A Words and Pictures explanation for Sharon
20 March 2014 | Andrew Turnell
This anonymised words and pictures example is a typical words and pictures used in a disputed injured infant case. The example follows Susie Essex’s original short form process incorporating:
- Who’s Worried
- What are they worried about
- What happened then
- What are we doing about the worries
- 85. Constructive Child Protection Practice
An oxymoron or news of difference?
18 August 2006 | Andrew Turnell
Drawing on a case example from Gateshead, England, in this paper Andrew Turnell argues that worker and client-defined, good practice in difficult cases is an invaluable and almost entirely disregarded resource for improving child protection services.
- 86. The challenge of implementation in complex, adaptive child welfare systems
A realist synthesis of Signs of Safety
26 May 2023 | Dr Freda Browne, Dr Louise Caffrey
This paper utilises a Realist Synthesis to understand and evaluate how interactions between children’s services interventions and the context they are introduced into can influence implementation and outcomes.
- 87. What are you looking forward to?
2021 International Online Gathering
16 November 2021 | Elia
People round the world share what they are most looking forward to at this year's Gathering
- 88. Reflections on the theme 'Born to Belong'
Why the theme of the 13th International Signs of Safety Gathering is so important
10 November 2021 | Elia
People from around the world share their thoughts about why 'Born to Belong' is an important theme for this year's Gathering
- 89. Family Outcomes and Parent Perceptions
Signs of Safety Research Summary
26 October 2020 | Casey Family Programs, Peter Pecora
This research brief highlights data from studies of Signs of Safety that measure child and family outcomes, as well as parent perceptions of the practice. Compiled by Peter J. Pecora, Ph.D., Managing Director of Research Services, Casey Family Programs and Professor, University of Washington.
- 90. Evaluation of MTM's Signs of Safety Pilots
15 October 2020 | Mary Baginsky, Multiple Authors
The evaluation used a multi-method approach that included a deep dive into 5 of the 9 pilots, a staff survey, an examination of assessments that had been conducted, a contrast study examining practice in 2 SofS and 2 non-SofS children’s service departments, an examination of plans and profiles, and an analysis of national outcomes data at LA level, including an individual-level difference-in- differences analysis.
- 91. Signs of Safety References and related publications
A draft and incomplete reference list
24 September 2019 | Mike Caslor
This resource is a near complete reference list of all publications related to the Signs of Safety.
- 92. Working with Signs of Safety: Parents' perception of change
Measuring the impact of Signs of Safety on families
26 July 2019 | Mary Baginsky, Multiple Authors
Data collected during the evaluation of Signs of Safety pilots, which was funded by the Department for Education as part of the Children's Social Care English Innovation Programme.
- 93. Signs of Safety Key Terms List
An overview of Signs of Safety key terms, descriptions and translations
8 February 2019 | Elia
The Signs of Safety Key Terms Lists contains key terms commonly used in the Signs of Safety approach and child protection jargon with its descriptions and translations into other languages.
- 94. Response to the What Works Centre 2018 Review of the Signs of Safety
Response from Munro Turnell and Murphy Child Protection Consulting
17 December 2018 | Andrew Turnell, Eileen Munro, Terry Murphy
The What Works Centre for children’s social care recently released a systematic review of the Signs of Safety (WWC 2018), a summary of which was published in Community Care on November 15. In this short paper, Andrew Turnell, Eileen Munro and Terry Murphy offer a brief response to the review.
- 95. The Role of Empathy in Brief Therapy
The Overlooked but Vital Context
11 January 1999 | Andrew Turnell, Eve Lipchik
This paper suggest firstly that brief therapy is enhanced, rather than diminished, by engaging with both empathy and affect, and, secondly, that the conception and practice of empathy can itself be enhanced by the rich tradition of skills and experience that brief therapy offers.
- 96. Beyond the first few sessions
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy III - Ideas for 'stuck' cases and case closure
26 July 1994 | Andrew Turnell, Larry Hopwood
Practical suggestions for applying solution-focused principles in cases that appear not to be proceeding smoothly and how to terminate focused therapy sessions
- 97. An outline for second and subsequent sessions
Solution Focused Brief Therapy II
18 March 1994 | Andrew Turnell, Larry Hopwood
An outline for using the solution-focused model in second and subsequent sessions
- 98. A first session outline
Solution Focused Brief Therapy I
5 January 1994 | Andrew Turnell, Larry Hopwood
A basic outline for using the solution-focused model in the first session