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- 1. Intensieve behandeling laat het kwik op strijdthermometer dalen
Hoe zorgen we ervoor dat de jeugdconsulenten van het Sociaal Team veiligheid en onveiligheid goed in kaart hebben?
31 January 2022 | Manna Van’t Slot
Nederlands artikel gepubliceerd op een website die bestaat uit een samenwerking tussen overheid, lokale organisaties rondom kinderbescherming/kinderwelzijn en cliëntenorganisaties in Nederland. In het artikel staat centraal hoe we in een gezin een pilot zijn gestart door intensief samen te werken met Signs of Safety.
- 2. Het taboe op het bespreken van gezinsproblemen verdwijnt
Signs of Safety-trainer Manna van 't Slot focust vooral op het netwerk van een gezin
31 January 2022 | Manna Van’t Slot
Nederlands artikel over werken met een netwerk als bottomline in zaken waar Kindermishandeling speelt. In het artikel staan enkele ideeën over de houding ten opzichte van netwerk beschreven. Bovendien wordt er stil gestaan bij het belang van netwerk en enkele tips over hoe dit dan te doen.
- 3. Understanding the social worker–family relationship through self-determination theory
A realist synthesis of Signs of Safety
27 January 2022 | Dr Freda Browne, Dr Louise Caffrey
This study from Trinity College Dublin aimed to deepen and inform the explanation (initial theory) of what key Signs of Safety tools and processes are expected to achieve in the family–worker interaction and why.
- 4. Evidence Base and Implementation
How do we know if Signs of Safety is improving children's safety and wellbeing?
17 June 2021 | Dr Louise Caffrey, Eileen Munro, Mike Caslor, Terry Murphy
Exploring the evidence about the impact of Signs of Safety on practice and on children, young people and their families.
- 5. Supporting families to work with us when they don't agree with us
A lot of parents won’t tell us what they think they need because they tell us we had no right to take their kids
10 March 2021 | Haley Muir
This paper was written in response to frequently asked questions posted on the Signs of Safety Facebook Page. The original question was "My hugest issue with SOS- a lot of parents won’t tell us what they think they need because they tell us we had no right to take their kids”
- 6. Signs of Safety and Contextual Safeguarding
Key Messages for Practice
4 March 2021 | Andrew Turnell, Carlene Firmin, Joanne Walker, Pene Turnell, Tracey Hill, Wendy Hill
This is a joint briefing paper co-authored by Elia and the University of Bedfordshire, Contextual Safeguarding team to explore the relationship and integration between Contextual Safeguarding and Signs of Safety.
- 7. Involving Naturally Occurring Safety Networks in Child Protection casework
'It takes a village to raise a child'
23 November 2020 | Andrew Turnell
Andrew Turnell explains why Signs of Safety seeks always to involve everybody that has natural connections to the children to most effectively build lasting safety and healing.
- 8. Fantasy or Realistic Possibility?
Creating a Case Management Information System that Inspires Social Workers and Delivers for Managers
3 November 2020 | Andrew Turnell, Emma Hopper, Julie Firth, Nik Flavell, Pippa Young
This article describes a user centered, whole agency learning lab process undertaken with the managers and practitioners in North Tyneside to field test and refine a case management system configured around the Signs of Safety practice framework.
- 9. The Middle Column
Mapping strengths and safety
8 October 2019 | Pene Turnell
‘If you’re not using the middle column (to inform assessment and decision making and as the foundation of safety planning), you’re not ‘doing’ Signs of Safety.’ — Pene Turnell
- 10. Signs of Safety and Restorative and Systemic Practices
20 November 2018 | Damian Griffiths, Terry Murphy
An overview of Signs of Safety, Restorative Practices and Systemic Practice exploring similarities and differences.
- 11. Signs of Safety Comprehensive Briefing Paper
4th Edition of the Comprehensive Briefing Paper
21 May 2018 | Andrew Turnell, Terry Murphy
This fourth edition of the Signs of Safety Briefing Paper offers a comprehensive overview of the Signs of Safety approach and underpinning theory, as well as detailing the research and implementation science that supports it.
- 12. 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.
- 13. 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.
- 14. 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.
- 15. 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.
- 16. 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
- 17. 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
- 18. 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