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Activities and Play

Activity Groups with Children and Youth – Gannon & Karth

Activity groups: II – Involving the kids; and resources – Gannon & Karth

Let the children play – Cottle

Never too young to help – Ramsden

The challenge of outdoor activities – Donahue

Activity groups – Gannon

Enriching Children’s Out-of-School Time – Coltin

Understanding and dealing with anger – Rooth

Group activities

Gulf Region – Universities’ Scout Camp – Fulcher

Inclusion? – Smith

Summer camps, camp counselors and informal education – Smith

Therapeutic recreation – Roush

Child art: A brief review of the developmental stages – Martin

Horticulture therapy in a boys’ remand unit: A personal diary – Nightingale

Therapeutic application of play – Pazaratz

Art therapy on a residential treatment team for troubled children – Mills

Co-operative/therapeutic games

Children at play – Nel

Transforming the milieu and lives through the power of activity: theory and practice – VanderVen

’Tis the season for giving ... of yourself – VanderVen

“These kids never had a chance to be productive” ... and a new take on technology – Vanderven

You are what you do and become what you’ve done: the role of activity in development of self – VanderVen

Overprogramming for the few, underprogramming for the many – VanderVen

New perspectives on activities – Vanderven

The younger they are the harder they play – Waterhouse

Promoting physical activity and exercise among children and youth – ERIC

Multiple ways of knowing: Fostering resiliency through providing opportunities for participating in learning  – Shepard

Why every child needs a challenge – Rollins

After-school programs – Schwartz

Kurt Hahn and activities

Youthwork as play – Baizerman

Brief notes on planning activities – Reihl

Fear in a Hat: a group interpersonal understanding exercise – Neil

Utilising metaphoric storytelling in Child and Youth Care Work – Peterson & Fontana

Hints for Program Activities – Whittaker

Program activities – Whittaker

Play Therapy – Legault

Learning child and youth care work in context: A case example – Krueger

Lunch 101 – Krueger

Better Beginnings, Better Future – Flanagan

Another look at activities – Phelan

The use of creative arts in adolescent group therapy – Rambo

Things to do – Maier

Activities developmentally in sync – Maier

Helping children to see and appreciate their world – Mitchell

Difficult – or just plain bored? The use of activities as an effective management and therapeutic tool – Mitchell

What can we learn from climbing trees? – Heald

Working with play – Altman

Outward Bound – Muir

Reaching resistant youth through writing – Skramstad

Social Enterprise: An appropriate model for a child and youth care organisation? – Bell & Fuller

Working with play – Bernard Altman

The resistant artist: Street art as radical youth work – Hillman

12 Fun Activity Ideas – Malczan

Addiction

Scientifically based approaches to drug addiction treatment

Adolescent substance abuse: Lessons from recent research – White et al

Addiction breakers – Stephens

Crystal Methamphetamine  – Lee

One child's story – Talbot

Saving young from legacy of addiction – Bancroft

Breaking through addiction stereotypes – Cummings

The political addiction to tough talking on drugs has failed us all – Deacon

The nightmare of recovery – Miller

Gangs, drugs, and our kids – Chase

New rite of passage for teens may just be – gambling  – Schmidt

Ecstasy and our youth – Powis

Sexual minority youth and substance abuse: Addressing the issue – Knox

Pieces missing

Talking about methamphetamine (meth) – Watt

Why images of Rachel's death may not shock youth away from heroin – Chynoweth

Teenage gambling – Ohlms

Woman reflects on difficult life on the streets – Coburn

Is harm reduction a viable choice for kids enchanted with drugs? – Laursen & Brasler

Is your child a five finger discount expert? – Peters

Young alcoholics offer advice – de Paolo

Cannabis is linked to rising child crime and harder drugs – Ford & Tendler

The Trouble With Tough Love – Szalavitz

Dealing with the grim impact of heroin – Verseckes

US: Ex-drug czar shares findings – Howe

Throwing a lifeline to tormented parents – Kemball

'Date rape' drug GHB making inroads in nation's club scene – Leinwand

Getting Frank in the war on drugs – Dick

A Killer of Families – Fox & Leukhardt

Old programs and new – Hilton

Substance abuse and counseling: A perspective – Sales

Magazine helps kids with family drug woes – de la Cruz

Study elicits ‘child’s eye’ view of methamphetamine abuse and its effects – Haight

Crystal meth – Lasting & Charles

Finding common cause in the campaign against drugs -  McCaffrey

Say “No” to Drugging Your Kids – Fewster

Administration

Getting serious about humanism in administration: The real unsolved mystery – Burford

Mistakes educational leaders make – Bulach et al

What child care administrators need to know about work on the front line – Samjee et al

The importance of leadership – Maier

Teams in Child Care agencies – Resnick

Child Care Workers and the stage of development of their group home: An organizational secret – Resnick

Planning the daily programme – Burton

Communication skills for leaders – Irmsher

Time management for teams – Lee

Working with a multicultural staff – Weaver

Worker–Management Relations: A Child Care Worker's perspective – Harrison

Let us be – Smith

Shared leadership – Doyle & Smith

I like it here – making an agency a great place to work – Smiar

Burnout – Lewandowski

Staff morale – Lumsden

Supporting paraeducators: A summary of current practices

Why can't we get anything done? – Pfeffer

Old programs and new – Hilton

Diagnosing organisational conflict: Key questions to ask – Osler

Meetings, decisions, changes – Stein

Burnout – Stein

The importance of facility maintenance – Stein

10 principles of management – Stein

Hiring staff – Stein

Evaluating a Child Care Programme – Cockburn & Giles

Definitions and theories of leadership – Ward

Transformation through staff development – Schubert

Planning staff meetings – Carter

The role of the Manager in Child Care Work – Atmore

The perspectives of “difficult” students on belonging and inclusion in the classroom – Ellis et al

Caring for the Caregivers – Kerins

The perils of planning – Forster

Need and risk and how to tell the difference – Artz et al

Listening: A neglected skill in communicating with co-workers and management – Resnick

Problems between departments – Resnick

The built environment and child care work (1) – Resnick

Careless to caring for troubled youth: A caregiver’s inside view of the youth care system – Krueger

Things are looking up: Positive signs for child and youth work – VanderVen

The role of the middle manager in residential programs – van der Sande

Confronting legal risk in voluntary child and youth care organizations – Forster

The leadership challenge for human services agencies – Gaffley

Relationships between staff as a function of job satisfaction – Walton

Involving staff in decision making – Clough

The Change Codes – Flower

Volunteers: Effective management – Sterling

The impact of organizational culture in child and youth care agencies – Nadesan

“Child care workers should be seen and not heard …?” – Demers

Enduring in the field

Organisation and leadership (1) – van Weezel & Waaldijk

Organisation and leadership (2) – van Weezel & Waaldijk

Organisation and leadership (3) – van Weezel & Waaldijk

Death of a child care worker – Schreier

Administration of a children's organisation: Concepts and guidelines (Part 1) – Pawson

Administration of a children's organisation: Concepts and guidelines (Part 2) – Pawson

Administration of a children's organisation: Concepts and guidelines (Part 3) – Pawson

Residential child and youth care is fundamentally about team work – Fulcher

Replacing coercive power with relationship power – Boldt et al

Are you managing? The effective management of anxiety in residential settings – Macleod

Collaboration isn’t rocket science – It’s harder and worth the effort! – Kukic

The irreplaceable value of colleagues in relational care – Freeman

Respect, love, and system change – Freeman

A model for child and youth care leaders for excellent decision making – Delano

Some thoughts on child and youth care leadership – van der Westhuizen

Assault and the employer – Lodge

Adolescents

Eleven survival ideas for adolescents – Gordon

Adolescence is not a medical condition – Baizerman & Erickson

Attachment to parents and adjustment in adolescents: Literature review and policy implications – Doyle et al

Hardcore Punk: Hidden lineages, hidden traditions: Evocations of a youth subculture shown by youth  – Skott-Myhre, H.

One child care worker’s approach to resistance in adolescents – Stock

Learning to cope with stresses and strains (1) – Konopka

Learning to cope with  stresses and strains (2) – Konopka

Adolescent development and delinquency – Roush

Growing up female: Navigating body image, eating, and depression – Graber & Brooks-Gunn

Parent-child communication, perceived sanctions against drug use, and youth drug involvement – Kelly

Working with Adolescent Girls in a Residential Treatment Centre – Matheson

Adolescence: Not Just for Kids – Stepp

Adolescents and adults: Why working together seems impossible – Baizerman

Adventure boosts empowerment – Howell

Stages of social-emotional development in children and teenagers – Erikson

Who are the kids who self-harm? An Australian self-report school survey – de Leo & Heller

Is harm reduction a viable choice for kids enchanted with drugs? – Laursen & Brasler

Supporting girls in early adolescence – Rothenberg

Aliens and adolescence – Skott-Myhre, K.

Teenage gambling – Ohlms

Peer influences and positive cognitive restructuring – Tate

Correlates of therapeutic involvement among adolescents in residential drug treatment – Hawke

Adolescent sexual offenders – an overview – Charles & Mcdonald

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

The journey from control to connection – Leaf

Facing life-sized issues: Empowering teens with problem solving skills  – DeBord & Gore

Rejected youth in residential treatment: social affiliation and peer group configuration – Hoff et al

Self-esteem: Not just for after-school specials – Walton

The girl in the hood (and how we drew her out) – McGeady

Catch it low to prevent it high: Countering low-level verbal abuse – Goldstein

Why a community needs its adolescents – Baizerman

Attachment representations of adolescents in institutional care – Schleiffer & Muller

Fundamental processes for interventions: Working with high-risk adolescents and their families – Ballantyne et al

Violent parenting, violent children – Pantin

We can work it out: weight training with adolescents – Gudgeon

What makes the difference? Adolescent females’ stories about their suicide attempts – Crockwell & Burford

Reversing the cycle of despair – Kennedy

Perceptions of adolescent sex offenders: From punitive to growth promoting – Charles & Collins

The treatment of adolescent sex offenders: Growth promoting premises of residential care – Charles & Collins

The dynamics of working with sex offenders:Respect, respect, respect – Charles & Collins

Promoting successful close interpersonal relationships in adolescence: Implications of attachment theory and research for therapeutic interventions – Markiewicz

Growing up: The development challenge of leaving home – Levine

The causes and correlates of delinquency – Thornberry et al

Children's home revisited – Berridge & Brodie

Troubled young people: How can we love them? – Degregorio

Equipping youth with mature moral judgment – Gibbs

The effects of corporal punishment – Robinson

Being my personal best – Vidal

Restoring Self-Esteem in Adolescent Males – Hendel

My own hero – Maas

Creating Healthy, Guided Rites of Passage for Adolescents – Neill

Translating Research into Intervention – Moretti et al

The First Few Years in a Journey to Finding my Sense of Self – Carty

Attachment

Attachment – Bowlby

John Bowlby on human attachment – Hoover

Attachment and youth at risk – Tomlinson

Attachment to parents and adjustment in adolescents: Literature review and policy implications – Doyle et al

Establishing meaningful contacts with children and youth – Maier

Relationship – Maier

The life span in care practice – Maier

Genuine child care practice across the North American continent – Maier

Attachment and development – Maier

Establishing meaningful contacts with children and youth – Maier

Attachment and attachment behaviors – Maier

Development of greater attachment – Maier

Interpersonal dependence – Maier

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

Mary Ainsworth: Our Guide To Attachment Research – Grossman & Grossman

Attachment representations of adolescents in institutional care – Schleiffer & Muller

The biology of behavior: The attachments and affects of adjudicated youth – Boss & Masiker-Nickel

Getting research in to practice: Healing damaged attachment processes in infancy – Newman & McDaniel

Kissing the frog:Severe attachment disorder development from early childhood to puberty – Rygaard

Infant child care – Howes

Attachment and placed children – Gray

“All he wants ... ” – VanderVen

Daring to try again: The hope and pain of forming new attachments – Lanyado

Detachment/attachment – Krueger

Relational-based interventions – Hackney & Macmillan

Caring interaction – Weiner

Five Critical Processes for Positive Development – Bronfenbrenner

Attachment – Koroll

Direct care practitioners as promoters of child development – Ainsworth

Placement Disruption in Treatment Foster Care – Smith

Promoting successful close interpersonal relationships in adolescence – Markiewicz

A pedagogy of belonging – Beck & Malley

Authentic Attachments – Fellers

The resilience of children in care: The influence of adult attachment figures – Boneke

Relational Complexity – Phelan 

Assessment/Outcomes

Why evaluate your program?

Ethics doesn’t belong here – Charles

Evaluating a child care programme – Cockburn & Giles

Strong families, strong children: A family-focused crime prevention program – Morrison et al

Differential assessment of residential group care for children and young people – Fulcher

Looking beyond evidence-based practice – Stein

Personal care and treatment planning – Burford

Reporting, assessment and research in child care practice: A personal account of discovery – McDermott

“Whole days, whole lives: Building competence in the child care environment” – How do you know when your programs are working? – Ameen & Mitchell

Evidence-based cynicism – Gharabaghi

The right place for assessments – Phelan

The assessment of children – van der Westhuizen

Authentic assessment for restorative outcomes – Doerr

Key developmental assets for children and young people in foster care – Fulcher et al

Weighing the evidence: from chaos to consilience – Brendtro & Mitchell

Outcomes, complexities and German stories – Gharabaghi

Expectations & outcomes – Smart & Digney

Does measuring ‘care outcomes’ help to improve services? – Coady

Assessment, uncertainty and confidence – Steckley

How do I know if I am doing a good job – Phelan

Putting in and getting out: Better inputs – better outcomes – Smart & Digney

The use of group data in Child and Youth Care practice – Magnuson

Talking about evidence in child and youth care practice – Gharabaghi

Why you should worry about clinical judgment and interviews – Magnuson

The pragmatic youth worker: Idiographic evidence-based practice (EBP) – Magnuson

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Behaviour

On the Risks of Outreach – Garfat

They're out of control  – Garfat

How can staff cope with disruptive children? – Walton

Janusz Korczak: The fervent diagnostician – Waaldijk

Hate-motivated behaviour – Hatchuel

Let them express anger? – Gannon

Let the punishment fit the crime?

Swearing, aggression and temper outbursts – Lennhoff

Lying and pilfering – Lennhoff

Co-creating positive futures for troubled kids – Powis

Understanding and dealing with anger – Rooth

The power of peers – Paul

“All he wants ... ” – VanderVen

Why are kids acting so mean ? “Hurt feelings do really hurt” – VanderVen

The scope of girls' delinquency and crime – Weiler

Angry children: Do we limit a child's emotional range? – Wakeling

Parenting without punishment: Making problem behaviour work for you – Maag

Controlling my temper – Bogle

Violence and aggression in children and youth

All behaviour serves a purpose – Garfat

Sharks, mice and bears: A group-counselling experience with adolescents – Polischuk & Collins

The biology of behavior: The attachments and affects of adjudicated youth – Boss & Masiker-Nickel

Our troubles with defiant youth – Redl

Heart notes from a child and youth care worker – Rose

Controls from within: The enduring challenge – Brendtro & Long

Developmental pathways as rites of passage – Garrison

Practical strategies for working with students who display aggression and violence – Guetzloe

Why adults strike back: Learned behavior or genetic code? – Long

Controlling or managing behavior: A crucial decision – Phelan

Beyond the behavior – Melvin et al

Practical tools for positive behavior facilitation – Olive

Teaching emotional intelligence to impulsive-aggressive youth – Henley & Long

Points, level systems and teaching responsibility – Henley

I can’t hold it in forever: Connecting with a youth in pain – Freado

Anger management: An overview for counselors – Hogan

Manipulative behaviour – or assertiveness? – Pragnell

Ritual of Inclusion: An approach to extreme uncontrolled behaviour in children and young adolescents – White

Redirecting pathways to violence: Early identification of risk factors in children – Carney et al

Calming together: The pathway to self-control – Bath

Responding to the temperamentally difficult child – guidelines for a proactive approach – Brooks

Self-regulation through goal setting – Schunk

Self-efficacy and the construction of an optimistic self – Bandura

The Meaning of Behavior – Schubert

Normal Kids – Stein

Feedback, Criticism, and Praise – Stein

Keys – Steckley

The Passive Aggressive Conflict Cycle – Whitson

From Desert through Jungle into the Flourishing Garden – de Moor

Of Haka and Hugs: Displays of Threat and Love – Digney & Smart

Pardon me, Do you have a cold or flu? Or are you just a “sneezaholic”? – Fox

Bridging Experiences – Steckley

The “Born” Enigma – Smart & Digney

Crisis and Connection: Pain and healing in group care – Smart & Digney

Dancing Lessons – Skott-Myhre

Revisiting Pervasive Shame – Steckley

Pain – Steckley

Understanding The Relationship I Have With Children – Drawdy

The Narrative Fallacy – Magnuson

I Have this Cat – Steckley

Renaming, reflecting and apologizing – Phelan

Glorifying suicide? Radical encounters with difficult texts, radical approaches to youth care – Greensmith & Kroese

Renaming, reflecting and apologizing – Phelan

First Aid for the Soul (Part 1 of 3) – Krüger

Nonverbal Miscommunication – Spencer

First Aid for the Soul (Part 2 of 3) – Krüger

First Aid for the Soul (Part 3 of 3) – Krüger

 

Boundaries

Bullying/Teen Violence

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Child abuse

Children's Rights

Children's rights in residential settings – Waaldijk

The three P's of children's rights: Provision, protection and participation – Bardy

The rights of children and youth in care

A vision for the 21st century – UNICEF

Rights of children are still violated – Kennedy

Listening to children, speaking for children – Cousins et al

The implementation and enforcement of human rights – Viviers

Rights of South African children to be extended

Optimism in dark times – Mitchell

Janusz Korczak’s Declaration of Children's Rights

New Zealand: Youth spell out right to be recognised – Gregory

South Africa: Vote is a milestone for defence of rights – Jamieson

Children and adults – Smith

Children’s rights and wrongs – Smith

Institutional abuse and the rights of children and youth – Michael

The magic beanstalk: Youth empowerment and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child – Anglin

Child justice law reform developments in Africa and international standards on the rights of the child – Godfrey

Children's rights – Sandbaek

Needs and rights – Axford

Vulnerable citizens: The oppression of children in care – Snow

Supporting the religious and spiritual needs of looked-after and accommodated children in Scotland – Barratt

A child rights-based approach in child and youth care practice at the community level – Collins

A Brief Background to Children’s Rights – Collins

Implementing and monitoring children’s – Collins

My First Few Years in Children’s Rights cultures/society – Collins

After the Tragedy in New Zealand: A Brief Children’s Rights Response – Collins

International and Canadian Child Rights Partnership (ICCRP) – Collins et al

Children’s Rights and the South African Child and Youth Care & Youth Conferences – Collins

A Personal Reflection on the 30th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child – Collins        

Community

Multiculturalism in Child and Youth Care programmes – Kirkland & du Toit

Community youth work – Krueger

The school as a hub: Best practice model for child and youth work – Kelly

On the difference between traditional and contemporary residential care – Garfat

From soup kitchen to community programme – Scott

The rest of Canada: Child and youth care work in rural communities – Gilberg & Charles

A call to action to strengthen our community for youth

A community approach to reducing risk factors – Chibnall & Abbruzzese

Community mental health – in an alternative school, in the public schools, and in the kitchen! – Long et al

Strengthening community capacity: Expanding the vision – Barter

Working with young offenders in the community: Philosophical musings – Winogron

Oregon initiative for reintegrating adjudicated youth – Lehman

A residential treatment community – Lennhoff

Students and teachers develop a resource manual for safe and caring schools – Jeary

Better beginnings, better futures – Flanagan

The natural environment as an element in a therapeutic community treatment programme – Gale

Ontario: Facing substance abuse in the region – Kerr

Exploring the role of community child and youth care workers in South Africa: Where to in developing competencies?  – Thumbadoo

Reclaiming Juvenile Justice for the 21st Century – Moeser

Police striving to deal with diversity – O'Connor

The Child and Youth Care “SWAT team” and other thoughts on the future of our profession – McDermott

The Malmo Declaration

Mentoring: A prevention, diversion, alternative sentencing and reintegration model – Mbambo

What exactly is child and youth care work? – Small & Dodge

Gangs, drugs, and our kids – Chase

“Back to the shop floor” – Smith

What do we mean by 'developmental'? – III  – Gannon

Positive peer groups: “Helping others” meets primary developmental needs – Quigley

Strong families, strong children: A family-focused crime prevention program – Morrison et al

The classroom community model – Panico

Care workers and community health – Griffin

Overcoming adversity through community schools – Harris & Hoover

The therapeutic community at work – Bloomfield

Why a community needs its adolescents – Baizerman

Child and youth care family support work and the Isibindi projects – Phelan

Promoting resilience in youth through facilitating leisure engagement in self-determined community-serving projects – Delamere et al

Community homes – leadership, care and treatment in a planned environment – Daltrey

The question of community involvement – Skott-Myhre

Serving the Community – Urban

Soup, support and sustainability: The work of the Beith Community Development Trust viewed through a social pedagogic lens – Millar

Competence

Conflict and resistance

Managing violence – Roush

Normal is a Normal does – Stuart

Beyond conflict, custody and alienation – Dodds

Diagnosing organisational conflict: Key questions to ask – Osler

More is "caught" than taught – Foraker-Thompson & Edmunds

Managing conflict: supervisory skills and strategies (1) – Gabor & Ing

Managing conflict: supervisory skills and strategies (2) – Gabor & Ing

Over the net: Encouraging win-win solutions through conflict resolution – Addison & Westmoreland

Respectful discipline: The control game – exploring oppositional behavior – Hewitt

Relationships between staff as a function of job satisfaction – Walton

Ripples and rumbles: Towards peaceable school communities – Dovey

Towards mutual understanding in our schools – Tyrell

How to wage peace: the skills of principled negotiation – Lantieri

Multicultural educators as change agents - James-Edwards

Suffer not the children, after divorce – Watkin

Discipline as supportive control – Curtis

Rediscovering Pinocchio – Nass

Supervisee resistance – Bradley & Gould

Maintaining personal integrity and morality in a community home – Walkley

Teaching respect and responsibility – Lickona

Teaching conflict resolution – Olive

Response ability pathways: Restoring bonds of Rrspect – Brendtro & du Toit

Controls from within: The enduring challenge – Brendtro & Long

From coercive to strength-based intervention: Brendtro

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

Relationships between staff as a function of job satisfaction – Walton

One child care worker’s approach to resistance in adolescents – Stock

Conflict resolution education: preparing youth for the future – Crawford & Bodine

Why adults strike back: Learned behavior or genetic code? – Long

On minding and not minding. Providing a therapeutic space for children and young people – Crawford

Problem children: Views of A.S. Neil of Summerhill – Skidelsky

Combat or Cooperation? – Tate & Copas

Pain & Shame – Digney & Smart

The Passive Aggressive Conflict Cycle – Whitson

Culture and Society

Rituals of Encounter that Guarantee Cultural Safety – Fulcher

Child care and education in the Bible – Reisenberger

Introducing my son: An Indian father's plea – Lake

National Youth Policy: Concepts – United Nations

A place of honour for everyone in the family – Sohoni

Multiculturalism in Child and Youth Care Programmes – Kirkland & du Toit

More is "caught" than taught – Foraker-Thompson & Edmunds

Our children are the hope of the world – Hill

A novel charcteristic of role model choice by black male students – Jones

Children with no childhood  – Chelala

The Peter Sabroe Seminary and the Aarhus Festival:Cultural work in practice as part of the training of social educators in Denmark – Friese

Critical components of an anti-oppressive framework – Moore

Research on youth violence: Progress by replacement, not addition – Hoagwood

Multicultural practice in youthwork – Whittaker

Child and Youth Care Institutions: Melting pots or cookie cutters? – Weaver

Exploring the function of heroes and heroines in children's literature from around the world – Singh & Lu

Youth as activists in the United States – Whittaker et al

How important is youth worker training? – Bennett

Pueblo – Krueger

Reflecting on conferences, playgrounds, camps and churches – Krueger

Cultural zooming: From close-up to panoramic – Kelly

Beyond cultural diversity: Moving along the road to delivering culturally competent services to children and families – Delano

Our next big challenge: Genuine cultural SELF self awareness – Newbury

Differing values – Smith

Intergenerational learning and social capital

The early days of a better nation – Smith

The impact of family formation change on the cognitive, social, and emotional well-being of the next generation – Amato

The next generation of antipoverty policies

Stimulate this! – Gharabaghi

Trends in media use – Roberts & Foehr

Planting Seeds of Peace with Arab and Israeli Youth – Shapiro

Caring for ‘Our Kids’ – Skott-Myhre

Unplugged: Life without social media: A qualitative exploration – Nader et al

Notes on caring under the society of control – Skott-Myhre

The effects of orphanhood on scholastic performance among primary school learners in Mankweng of Limpopo Province, South Africa – Magampa, Sodi, Lunga & Sobane

Challenges for practice in residential Child and Youth Care in Portugal: An overview of four projects supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – de Carvalho

Go back to which home? The ‘pedagogy of dreams’ as a contribution to the deinstitutionalization of children and young people in South Brazil – Schüssler D’Aroz

A group care framework: The benefits of group care settings in Israel – Tischler

Now You Have Woken the Children – Skott-Myhre

Redefining policies: Black youth participation and critical civic praxis – Edwards

They’re trying to wash us away – Skott-Myhre

Transitions into capitalism and the market-based – Gharabaghi

No Perfection, No Purity – Skott-Myhre

Child and Youth Care Fragility – Vachon

A shameful crisis – Freeman

Resolution regarding immigrant children – Association for Child and Youth Care Practice

Scoundrels, scumbags and downright idiots – Gharabaghi

Refusing band-aids: Un-settling “care” under the carceral settler state – de Finney et al

Honoring the Child’s Unique Song – John

How to Survive in Dark Times – Skott-Myhre

It’s Only a Matter of Time: Cross-Cultural Reflections – Fulcher

The Nativity Play – Annette Cockburn

Us Too: The Impact of Social Media on Youth in the Post #Metoo World – Timmons

An introduction to food and children’s rights – Collins

White Fragility and Me – Skott-Myhre

Using the ‘AS*IF’ Framework to Engage in a Relational Encounter and Create Cultural Safety – McIntyre

Of Dreaming Wild Dogs: Singing Up – Skott-Myhre

I Am Rohingya: A Genocide in Four Acts – Marshall

Erasure – Skott-Myhre

White supervision – Spencer

OK Boomer – Goodwin

CYC: The Profession

What exactly is child and youth care work?

The Child and Youth Care Workers: Who needs them? – Linton & Forster

The Year-2000 model: Child and Youth Care Worker User's Manual – Allsopp & Gannon

What exactly is child and youth care work? – Anglin

Child and Youth Care: A unique profession – Anglin

Qualities of a child and youth care worker – Nightingale

Life space work, child and youth care work, residential work: Is this a Profession?  – van Weezel & Waaldijk

Developmental stages of Child and Youth Care Workers: An interactional perspective – Garfat

Reflections of my journey in child and youth care – Naidoo

Philosophy and principles of Child and Youth Care – Lewis

Challenges facing the child and youth care profession – Hoffman

“Child care workers should be seen and not heard …?” – Demers

Abbott and Costello meet the Multi-Disciplinary Team – Demers & Gudgeon

The ‘IF’ of Child & Youth Work professionalization – VanderVen

A clash where professional philosophy meets practice – Kipling

When youth ends: A new focus for the field – VanderVen

Extending Child and Youth Care to serve the life span: A new look at concepts and practice – Barnes

Child and youth care as a profession – Hardy

Challenges and questions facing the development of child and youth care work in Canadian educational settings – Denholm

Exploring Class and Critical Race Theory: Rethinking how we/I might have gone wrong in developing the profession – Krueger

The profession that never was – Fewster

A new light in old darkness – Fewster

What we do (and don’t do) – Phelan

Lost in translation: Who should look after children in the care system? – Millar

If I was starting my career this week, I would ... – Phelan

The profession called child and youth care work – Phelan

Youth-worker training: Teaching and learning from an international perspective – Bowie

Dream a little, dream a lot – Stuart

The quest for professionalization – Stein

Moving around vs. moving on – Fox

Reflections on progress – Gharabaghi

Optimism and the future of child and youth care – Freeman

Who wants to be a Child and Youth Care practitioner? – Phelan

Tilting at windmills: The professionalization of Child and Youth Care – Skott-Myhre

Exploring professional attitudes – Stuart

Not so small anymore! – Gharabaghi

The Nash Equilibrium and advancing child and youth care? What's the connection? – VanderVen

Of lineages and callings – Skott-Myhre

Catching up: Child and Youth Care and the 21st Century – Skott-Myhre

21 Hours – Gharabaghi

Changing scenes in California’s system for youth in care – Freeman

Flotsam or jetsam: Claiming the wreckage – Digney & Smart

CYC in the 21st Century: A Radical Proposition – Skott-Myhre

Not where you work but what you do – Gannon

Central themes in child and youth care – Krueger

From a technical rational to a moral practical knowledge base for Child and Youth Care – Smith

Notes on the transfiguration of the field – Skott-Myhre

Speaking the disagreeable truth – Ricks

The agenda of Child and Youth Care – political or individual? – Modlin

Of lessons learned and those relearned – Smart & Digney

CYC: A false dichotomy – Skott-Myhre

Mentorship, boundaries, friendship and love – Gharabaghi

Looking at the past and creating our future – VanderVen

Falsify that theory – Magnuson

What do you believe? – Freeman

Child and Youth Care Conferences: Learning, connecting and making memories – McGrath & Pope

A system in crisis: Violence and Child and Youth Care – Skott-Myhre

Legitimacy in Child and Youth Care practice – Gharabaghi

Embracing dual roles in Child and Youth Care: Researcher and practitioner – Pirnasar

How wounded are our healers? – Smart & Digney

A ‘hidden’ agenda: Or was it? – Smart & Digney

Neuroscience, Child and Youth Care, and constructive conversations – Newbury

Congruence and collective meaning making of relational Child and Youth Care practice – Ward

Professional identity dynamics – Phelan

Reflections from the “Building a Community of Practice” International Conference write on community of practice – Holden et al

Connections: Examining the personal and philosophical “glue” that connects us to our profession, each other, and the children, youth and families we serve – Fox

Why are we so white? – Gharabaghi

Sharing wounds: Trauma in organizations – Tatum & Freeman

A response to “Why are we so white”: A West-Indian/Indo-Caribbean Canadian practitioner – Batasar-Johnie

Studying Child and Youth Care is more than just theory – Doidge & Moreau-Robitaille

A second language for every Child and Youth Care – Gharabaghi

How to ask for help – Magnuson et al

Moving on into a new world – Gharabaghi

The lost spaces in child and youth care – Gharabaghi

Professionalization through doing – Gharabaghi

A Dedicated Child and Youth Advocacy Space – Gharabaghi

What’s Wrong with Professional Consultations? – Magnuson

A year of great consequence – Gharabaghi

Twenty Years of Connections – Gharabaghi

The moment Lola changed everything – Gharabaghi

Don’t Believe What We Tell You – Magnuson & Healey

Racialized Students as Educational Tools in Child & Youth Care Post-Secondary Education – Hassan & Gharabaghi

South Africa, Again and Again – Gharabaghi

Understanding Where We Stand: The View of a Child and Youth Care Student – Sharpe-Schmid

Trouble will happen – Magnuson

Let’s Talk About Money – Gharabaghi

What’s love got to do with it? How to stabilise children in public care with cost-effective quality – Maginn

The Roller Coaster Profession – Lodge

Re-Launching Child and Youth Care Practice – Gharabaghi

Intersectional Collegiality – Skott-Myhre

Facing Assault – Lodge

Re-Launching Child and Youth Care Practice – Gharabaghi

A Historical Moment – Lodge

Uplift the Children’s Voice – Lodge

Four Questions for 2020 – Gharabaghi

An Endangered Profession – Barrie Lodge

Pain and All the Rest – Hans Skott-Myhre

CYC Conferences: Reflections, Insights and Suggestions – McGrath

Laplace and the Probability of Everyday Life – Magnuson

Supporting Disagreeable Team Members – Phelan

On Conferencing – Goodwin

D

Delinquency

The causes and correlates of delinquency – Thornberry et al

The scope of girls' delinquency and crime – Weiler

Treatment of delinquent children – Wolff

What works in the prevention of youth crime? – Mendel

Cross-national study on the attitude of normal and juvenile youngsters towards social limits – Strijker & Rink

Interpersonal and Group Life in Residential Care – Maluccio

Maintaining personal integrity and morality in a community home – Walkley

From bedtime stories to jail cells: A tale of a lost childhood – Branswell

Adult too soon: Age-sensitive interventions with delinquent girls – Loper

They call them maladjusted – Hill

Developmental pathways as rites of passage – Garrison

Adolescent offenders with mental disorders – Grisso

National implications in juvenile justice: The influence of juvenile mentoring programs on at risk youth – Belshaw & Kritsonis

Holding kids accountable: Shaming with compassion – Campbell & Revering

Helpful juvenile detention – Roush

Management issues – Roush

Adolescent development and delinquency – Roush

Rethinking youthful defiance – Redl

The rise of the child-saving movement: A study in social policy and correction reform – Platt

Positive peer culture – Vorrath & Brendtro

Biographical outline of August Aichhorn – Eissler

A community approach to reducing risk factors – Chibnall & Abbruzzese

Storytelling – Woodard

New approaches to truancy prevention in urban schools – Walls

Spare the rod, destroy the child: Examining the speculative association of corporal punishment and deviant behavior among youth – Webb

Developing empathy in children and youth – Cotton

Violent crimes by girls rising, but the reasons why remain unclear – Twohey

Peer influences and positive cognitive restructuring – Tate

Delinquent or simply resilient?: How "problem " behaviour can be a child's hidden path to resilience – Ungar

Attacking crime or kids? Juvenile Justice at the crossroads – Larson

Reclaiming our prodigal sons and daughters – Larson & Brendtro

The Child and Youth Care Workers: Who needs them? – Linton & Forster

Research on youth violence: Progress by replacement, not addition – Hoagwood

Strong families, strong children: A family-focused crime prevention program – Morrison et al

Four complexities in residential treatment of juvenile offenders – Heintzelman

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

The impact of family formation change on the cognitive, social, and emotional well-being of the next generation – Amato

Students with disabilities in correctional facilities – Quinn et al

Reclaiming the unreclaimable – Seita & Brendtro

Working with adolescent girls in a residential treatment centre – Matheson

Understanding the female offender – Cauffman

Fritz Redl: Matchmaker to Child and Environment – A Retrospective – Wineman

Kids on the street they have something to say: Survey of runaway and homeless youth – Kufeldt & Nimmo

Trading power for trust – Coffey

Detached youthworkers – Morse

More Mr Lyward’s Answer – Burn

Strong families, strong children: A family-focused crime prevention program – Morrison et al

Development

Stages of social-emotional development in children and teenagers – Erikson

The experience of separation – Lennhoff

Understanding TV's effects on the developing brain – Healy

Child art: A brief review of the developmental stages – Martin

Attachment and development – Maier

Developmental group care of children and youth – Maier

China meets new challenges in child development – Nanlan

Direct care practitioners as promoters of child development – Ainsworth

Management perspectives and their potential in staff development and training – Diamond

Deprivation and education – Pringle

The needs of children – Pringle

The changing character of residential child care – Whittaker

The effects of state care on children’s development: new findings, new approaches – Vorria et al

Adolescent development and delinquency – Roush

Learning from nursing about youthwork – Baizerman

Adolescents and adults: Why working together seems impossible – Baizerman

The morality of the school: The theory and practice of values in education – Bottery

Care, treatment and planned environments – Daltrey

Transforming the milieu and lives through the power of activity: theory and practice – VanderVen

What do we mean by 'developmental'? (1) – Gannon

What do we mean by 'developmental'? (2) – Gannon

What do we mean by 'developmental'? (3) – Gannon

Equipping youth with mature moral judgment – Gibbs

Five critical processes for positive development – Bronfenbrenner

John Bowlby on human attachment – Hoover

Young children’s emotional development and school readiness

The spiritual dimension in Child and Youth Care work – Jackson

Attachment representations of adolescents in institutional care – Schleiffer & Muller

Working with play – Altman

Linking youth development and positive psychology – Pittman

Central themes in child and youth care – Krueger

Belonging – Steckley

Emotional attachments motivate children’s language mastery – Stephens

The development of children ages 6 to 14 – Eccles

Encouraging young children's writing – Maehr

Media and children’s aggression, fear and altruism (1) – Wilson

Media and children’s aggression, fear and altruism (2) – Wilson

The role of parents in the development of peer group competence – Moore

Communication problems of deprived children – Van der Ross

Communication impairments in children in residential care: an overlooked aspect of their education and well-being? – McCool

Talking to kids about the news – Abraham

Creating safe spaces for feelings – Winfield

Hope and the imagination – Kohl

Boys will be boys – Laidlaw

The power of peers – Paul

Thinking about vulnerability – Gharabaghi

What do children think of themselves? – Stein

Every child needs a home – Stein

Communication impairments in children in residential care: an overlooked aspect of their education and well-being? – McCool

Talking about death – Laidlaw

On revelation and recognition – Cottle

Let the children play – Cottle

Developing a sense of place and time – Freeman

Working in dark places – Freeman

Infant mental health in the global village – An invitation to reader’s debate: Emerging infant environments, and future research – Rygaard

The drive to thrive: Lighting the fire – Strother et al

 A new conceptualization of development in Child and Youth Care – Amorim

Living life today – Gannon

The kids are us – Skott-Myhre

Child and youth empowerment through sports – Saqlain

I am the young person who impacts me – Skott-Myhre

How Much Sleep Do We Need? – Karns

Prioritizing Free Play is Essential for Childhood Development – Spicer

Breakfast is Served: How School-time Meal Programs Can Support Child Development – Fraser

The Growth of Love – White

Discipline

Discipline in action: some requirements and characteristics – Fox

Teachers or taunters: The dilemma of true discipline for direct care workers with children – Fox

Pardon me, Do you have a cold or flu? Or are you just a “sneezaholic”? -  Fox

But children are people too

Humor and discipline – Mendler & Mendler

Helping schools say “Yes” to children who say ‘‘No” – Osterhouse & Lowe

Beyond obedience: A discipline model for the long term – Curwin & Mendler

Six strategies for helping youth move from rage to responsibility – Curwin & Mendler

The Educational Philosophy of St. John Bosco -  Morrison

Discipline as supportive control – Curtis

Points off – Garfat

What I Learned from the threat of punishment – Garfat

Classroom management – van Tassell

Zero tolerance: The school woodshed – Armistead

Negative effects of corporal punishment on children – Banda

Restrictions: Lesson learned – Stein

Consistency: Myth vs.reality – Stein

More about consistency – Stein

The effects of corporal punishment – Robinson

What is wrong with beating children? – Naker

Treatment of delinquent children II – Wolff

Ending corporal punishment in all spheres – Waterhouse

The Circle of Courage – Samjee

Rethinking the effectiveness of suspensions – Sautner

Teacher and Child: A book for parents and teachers – Ginott

We don't need no thought control: The UK government sees schools as a weapon in its war against feckless parents and feral children – Perks

Antidote for zero tolerance: Revisiting a “reclaiming” school – Farner

Teaching respect and responsibility – Lickona

The tools of encouragement – Evans

Punitive and non-punitive discipline and subsequent rule-following in young children – Toner

Spare the rod, destroy the child: Examining the speculative association of corporal punishment and deviant behavior among youth – Webb

The perspectives of “difficult” students on belonging and inclusion in the classroom – Ellis et al

Limit setting – Sutton

Divisions between behaviour management and therapy: Towards new directions of authority in child and youth care – Vanderwoerd

"Teach me – don’t punish me" – Fine & Tomlinson

Ending corporal and other forms of humiliating punishment of children – Waterhouse

Practical tools for positive behavior facilitation – Olive

Respectful discipline: The control game – exploring oppositional behavior – Hewitt

"Our hands are tied" – Gannon

Time out on time out – Glenn

Punishment -  Phelan

Principle-centered discipline – Laursen

Punishment or self-discipline? Early roots of reform – Kreisle

Punishment – Steckley

Disruption repair: A key element in setting boundaries and limits – Steckley

On punishments – Lennhoff

Bully bully! – VanderVen

Top 10 iternet safety rules for your kids – National Home Security Alliance

E

Education

The problem of learning – Lennhoff

How to teach the unteachable – Ciaccio

Paulo Freire – Smith

Deprivation and Education – I – Pringle

Deprivation and Education – II – Pringle

The Montessori method

Making Letters – Holt

Take-home lessons – Silvis

Challenges and questions facing the development of child and youth care work in Canadian educational settings – Denholm

Antidote for zero tolerance: Revisiting a “reclaiming” school – Farner

Young children’s emotional development and school readiness

Supporting paraeducators: A summary of current practices

Aims in education – Dewey

The risks of rewards – Kohn

The limits of teaching skills – Kohn

New approaches to truancy prevention in urban schools – Walls

Teaching character – Walters

Educational best practice or malpractice: Our choice – Van Bockern & Wenger

Soul-filled teaching and learning – Van Bockern

Check and connect: The role of monitors in supporting high-risk youth – Christenson et al

Mary Carpenter – Smith

Teaching respect and responsibility – Lickona

Constructive alternatives to punishment

Heroes and pioneers: Kindness – Bosco

Brockton's struggle to keep students in school requires truant officer to blend vigilance, sympathy – Coleman

Being my personal best – Vidal

Community Mental Health – in an alternative school, in the public schools, and in the kitchen! – Long et al

Lifelong learning – Smith

From post to pillar – Fleetwood

How adults learn – Muller

Alternative programs for at-risk students: wolves in sheep’s clothing? – Sagor

Ending corporal punishment in all spheres – Waterhouse

The tools of encouragement – Evans

The importance of teaching

Helping schools say “Yes” to children who say ‘‘No” – Osterhaus & Lowe

What are we going to do today? – Molepo

From Barbed Wire to Geraniums – Paton

A pedagogy of belonging  – Beck & Malley

Students and teachers develop a resource manual for safe and caring schools – Jeary

Overcoming adversity through community schools – Harris & Hoover

ulticultural educators as change agents  – James-Edwards

Why try cooperative learning? – Lyman & Foyle

Classroom management – Van Tassell

We don't need no thought control: The UK government sees schools as a weapon in its war against feckless parents and feral children – Perks

Towards a curriculum for more appropriate education for out-of-school children – Pease

The kid underneath: Discovering hidden potential – Olive

Helping students feel they belong – Hewitt

Alternatives to expulsion: Houston's school of last resort – Allen & Edwards-Kyles

Journal writing in experiential education: Possibilities, problems and recommendations – Dyment & O'Connell

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) – Ullrich

Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746 – 1827) – Soetard

Alexander Sutherland Neill (1883-1973) – Saffange

Outdoor, experiential and environmental education: Converging or diverging approaches? – Adkins & Simmons

Using instructional design strategies to foster curiosity – Arnone

Bruno Bettelheim (1903 – 1990) – Zelan

Helping underachieving boys read well and often – Schwartz

Benjamin Bloom (1913 – 1999) – Eisner

How to be a turnaround teacher – Benard

Teacher mentoring as professional development – Huling

Teaching students to overcome frustration – Henley

Seven keys to motivating difficult students – Mendler & Curwin

Grit: A skeptical Look at the latest educational fad – Kohn

Ikamvayouth: How a simple tutoring programme can make a difference

Ensuring inclusion of children from marginalised communities in India – Dewanji

Personal experiences with social justice in Child and Youth Care practice – Bristow

Relational Child and Youth Care teaching – Phelan

The Child and Youth Care waltz: For Brian Gannon – Skott-Myhre

School’s Out. Forever! – Gharabaghi

The First Few Seasons: Reflections from a Rookie Child and Youth Care Educator – Hillman

First Few Years as a Child and Youth Counsellor in a School Board – King

The Importance of Including Children’s Rights in Child and Youth Care Education – Collins & Ahmadzai

E-learning for Young People in Care – Saqlain

Engaging

Saying Hello – Garfat

Making memories – Egan

Doing with ... – Garfat

Establishing meaningful contacts with children and youth – Maier

Situations in Child and Youth Care: Liz – Maier

Engage don't enrage – Maier

The use of everyday events in child and youth care work – Garfat

Do nothing, nothing changes – Garfat

Sitting with Jason – Garfat

On hanging-out (and hanging-in) – Garfat

Transforming the milieu and lives through the power of activity: theory and practice – VanderVen

You are what you do and become what you’ve done: the role of activity in development of self – VanderVen

Close enough? Professional closeness and safe caring – Kendrick & Smith

Hanging out – Somasundram

Don't touch – Smith

Which Way to Paradise? – Garfat

Soup – Steckley

Reflections on role modelling – Steckley

Journal entries of a child and youth care worker – Rose-Sladde

“Too Old For Crafts?” -  Rose

Child and Youth Care Work as dance – Krueger

Lunch 101 grilled cheese – Krueger

Going there from being here – Fewster

Valued child and youth care worker qualities in relationships with young people – Weisman

Relationships: What is it we do? ... It is what we do!  -  Weisman

Engaging with youth – making it happen – Gannon

The process of engaging with young people – Gannon

Purposeful engagement – Gannon

Relationships – we have to begin somewhere!  – Gannon

Ignoring – Gannon

A four-step blueprint for building relationships with difficult youth – Larson & Brendtro

Building buffers against risk factors – looking at engaging and strengthening families – Mbambo

Listening in on what others do, as we seek to develop additional ways of helping art holds a key

Being yourself – Mitchell

What are we going to do today? – Molepo

The tools of encouragement – Evans

How we can foster resiliency in children – Berliner & Bernard

Survey claims children in care miss out – Davies

Activity groups: II – Involving the kids; and resources  – Gannon & Karth

Fostering intergenerational relationships for at-risk youth – Freedman

The self as subject in child and youth care supervision – Mann Feder

Trading power for trust – Coffey

Reaching out/reaching in: The long-term challenges and issues of outreach programs – Bocarro & Witt

Treat children with respect and you'll get it straight back – Aynsley-Green

Five critical processes for positive development – Bronfenbrenner

‘Just because’ interventions: Engaging hard-to-reach students – Winter & Haines-Burnham

“In confidence”: Understanding and applying principles of ‘daily life events’ during a tragedy – Donnelly & Digney

Characteristics of a Child and Youth Care improviser: Approaching with “Yes, and...” – Vachon

Characteristics of a Child and Youth Care improviser: Attend, accept, and advance – Vachon

Memory, creativity, and spontaneity: Characteristics of – Vachon

Listening as a Child and Youth Care improviser – Vachon

Ethics

F

Families

Winning, losing, or process in work with families? – Gannon

Residential treatment: A resource for families – Ridgely & Carty

Working with families: A reflection – Migliaccio

Difficult decisions: Lessons learned from one family's story of residential placement – Evans

Relationships between child behaviour problems and family functioning: A literature review – Van As & Janssens

Fundamental processes for interventions: Working with high-risk adolescents and their families – Ballantyne et al

Family secrecy: a comparative study of juvenile sex offenders and youth with conduct disorders – Family and Couple Research – Baker

Families – Howard

Articulating a Child and Youth Care approach to family work – Jones

“Good families don't...”(and other family myths) – Coleman

Winning, losing, or process in work with families? – Gannon

Walk a mile in my shoes – Bryan & Southern

The same difference: Themes and experiences in child and youth care practice – Elsdon & Priest

Values and attitudes in family work – Dimotoff

The impact of family formation change on the cognitive, social, and emotional well-being of the next generation – Amato

Family treatment in residential homes (1) – Lasson

Family treatment in residential homes (2) – Lasson

The Child Care Worker as a facilitator of family treatment – Wilson

Family engagement practices in residential group care: differences between public and private cases – Johnson

Delivering Family Support Services in Rural Ireland – Manktelow

Residential Child Care Workers as primary agents of family intervention – Garland

Building buffers against risk factors – looking at engaging and strengthening families – Mbambo

Roles and relationships in the residential unit – Davis

My place or yours? Inviting the family into child and youth care practice – Fewster

Beyond conflict, custody and alienation – Dodds

Some thoughts on using an ecosystem perspective – Phelan

An explanation of family support work – Phelan

Child and youth care family support work – Phelan

A look at the place of heritage in care work – Goodwin

Who are we working with? A short history of Child and Youth Care involvement with families – Garfat

On the difference between traditional and contemporary residential care – Garfat

Some reflections on a child and youth care approach to working with families – Garfat & McElwee

Involving families: An illustration – Modlin

The Stockholm Declaration

Intervention in the home: A case study – Bass

The role of home-visiting programs in preventing child abuse and neglect – Howard & Brooks-Gunn

Straining the ties that bind: Limits on parent-child contact in out-of-home care – Friesen et al

On the outer circle: Reaching homeless families – McCrary et al

Life stories: We’re all in this together – Huff & Slaton

Family reunification – Wulczyn

Capabilities and contributions unwed fathers – Lerman

Parents and the Children’s Home – Samakosky

Fragile families and child wellbeing – Waldfogel et al

From soup kitchen to community programme – Scott

Work and the family: The impact of job loss on family well-being – Dunlop

Teaching conflict resolution skills to families – Ing & Gabor

Declaring war on children – Fewster

Reflections on a Child and Youth  Care approach to working with families – Garfat & Charles

The habits of highly effective families – Covey

Lessons learned about (and from) families – Jamieson

The joys of being a sibling – Laidlaw

Strengthening fragile families – McLanahan et al

The dialectic of care: familial and institutional dimensions in a residential treatment setting – Latus

Connecting with practice in the changing landscape of family support training – Dolan et al

Young carers: Children caring for family members living with an illness or disability – Harstone et al

Moments of growth in Child and Youth Care – Freeman

Being with families in moments of opportunity – Freeman

The M Family – like any other? – Kreiner

Reunion – Steckley

Infants may not be able to speak but their voice is important – Davidson

Some interesting research on Child and Youth Care family practice – Phelan

Foster Care

Foster parents' potential to rescue the foster care system – Gerring

Learning to Cry Out Loud – Cregan

Human costs of foster care – Russo

Young people's experience of long-term foster care – Kristindottir

The experiences of early adolescents in foster care in New York City: Analysis of the 1994 Cohort – Ross et al

Authors foster emotion in 'On Their Own' – Kanigher

'But that's not what I meant': Meaning-making in foster care – Garfat

Life story book – weaving together the strands – Rossouw

Youth who chronically AWOL from foster care: Why they run, where they go, and what can be done – Finkelstein et al

Foster care's changing picture – Harvey

Adulthood a challenge for many leaving foster care – Healy

Stands Scotland where it did? Perspectives and possibilities for Child and Youth Care – Smith

Foster care placements – Vanderfaeille et al

Treatment foster care and relationships: Understanding the role of therapeutic alliance between youth and treatment parent – Rauktis et al

How we can better protect children from abuse and neglect – Pelton

Study suggests ways to help foster kids – Elias

Flaws in the screening process for foster parents – Thompson

Young offenders to foster care

Longer foster care better? – Poertner

"Out of control": A youth perspective on secure treatment and physical restraint – Raychaba

My foster mother is my best friend

Foster kids grab reins of plans for their lives -  Markey 

'The hardest part of foster care was the loneliness'

New study says crowded dockets prolong foster care – Stack

Odds stacked against wards of the court – Adams

Treatment of deprived children – Wolff

Canada: More than 20,000 await adoption, but most remain wards of the state – Papp et al

Birth parents’ connection with their children in foster care – Maier

Residential care with evacuated children: Lessons from Clare Winnicott – Kanter

A better life for foster youth – Vickrey

Child welfare and foster care: Looking to the future – Badeau

Transitions – Perry

Frustration, hope are themes of new book – Caminiti

Independent or indigent: What's next after foster care? – Varner

Fundamental processes for interventions: Working with high-risk adolescents and their families – Ballantyne et al

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

Out of home programs: A global overview – Hayden

A daily life approach to foster care – Fulcher & Garfat

Safety and stability for foster children: A developmental perspective – Harden

Don’t give up – Abraham

The rusty nail – Abraham

The experience of fostering neglected children: examining the impact on foster parent satisfaction and retention in child welfare- Nash et al

At the kitchen table – Leggett & Morrow

The Time When – Leggett & Morrow

Growing up in the care of strangers – Seita & Brown

Key developmental assets for children and young people in foster care -  Fulcher et al

Pushing foster care into national consciousness – Hartman

Women’s Lives – SOS mothers tell their stories 1 – Demuth er al

Women’s Lives – SOS mothers tell their stories 2 – Demuth et al

Women’s Lives – SOS mothers tell their stories 3 – Demuth et al

Significant Stress and Real Rewards: The Ecological and Ambiguous Experiences of Foster Parents  – Whiting & Huber

G

Gangs

Girls

Groups

Intuition is not Enough – Matching Learnings with Practice in Therapeutic Child Care – Howard

Groups and groupwork – Harte

Rejected youth in residential treatment: social affiliation and peer group configuration – Hoff et al

Why try cooperative learning? – Lyman & Foyle

The use of creative arts in adolescent group therapy – Rambo

Working with groups in residential settings – Biolsi & Gitelson

Understanding the resident group – Edmond

Group and regroup – Gannon

Large groups, bulk discount – Gannon

Extending Child and Youth Care to serve the life span: A new look at concepts and practice – Barnes

The Child Care Worker as a primary practitioner – Barnes

Interactive youth and family work – Krueger

Peer influences and positive cognitive restructuring – Tate

Gisela Konopka and Youthwork – Andrews

How adults learn – Muller

Sharks, mice and bears: A group-counselling experience with adolescents – Polischuk & Collins

The challenge of outdoor activities – Donohue

Teams in Child Care agencies – Resnick

Developmental supervision in residential care – Magnuson & Burger

Verbal management of contagious behavior – Adams

Helping students feel they belong – Hewitt

Rather than fixing kids – build positive peer cultures – Laursen

Investing in termination: intervening with youth in the transition to independent living – Mann-Feder & White

Reaching out/reaching in: The long-term challenges and issues of outreach programs – Bocarro & Witt

The Other 23 Hours: Child Care Work with Emotionally Disturbed Children in a therapeutic milieu – Whittaker

Healing the wounded child – Niss

Residential life with children – Beedell

Positive peer culture: Tapping an invaluable resource – Wasmund

Social-class variations in the teacher-pupil relationship – Becker

Mixed age groups in group care

Treatment in cottage programs for children with severe developmental disturbances – Dowling 

H

History

A vision for the 21st century – UNICEF

Patterns of child-rearing – McKerrow

Boys – the dear wretches – Father George Potter

Looking back 80 years: Father George Potter

Mr Lyward's Answer, Chapter 1 – Burns

More Mr Lyward’s Answer, Chapter 2 – Burns

More Mr Lyward’s Answer, Chapter 3 – Burns

Children of the Maybole Ragged School – Law

The Malmo Declaration

The Montessori method – George

Ragged Schooling – Dickens

Mary Carpenter – M. K. Smith

Stands Scotland where it did? Perspectives and possibilities for Child and Youth Car  – Smith

A nation's first reformatory

Kurt Hahn and activities – Skidelsky

Ha'penny – Paton

An historical perspective on residential services for troubled and troubling youth in Canada – Charles & Gabor

Benjamin Bloom 1913–99 – Eisner

Heroes and pioneers of child and youth care work – Brendtro

My pedagogic creed – Dewey

Janusz Korczak’s Declaration of Children's Rights

Padcroft Children's Home

But what of practice? – Hart

Problem children: Views of A.S. Neil of Summerhill – Skidelsky

The Maelstrom, 1850-1900 – Stroud

The Shorn Lamb – Stroud

Detached youthworkers – Morse

Growing up in an orphanage led to success – Augustin

Our identity – from 50 years of education – McDermott

Child management – Hoghughi

Reflections on an international experience – Allsopp

Talking about Child Care Work – Redl

The Stockholm Declaration

Residential care with evacuated children: Lessons from Clare Winnicott – Kanter

Bruno Bettelheim (1903 – 1990) – Zelan

George Lyward: Anger of a therapist – Auster

The global situation of youth – UN Report

Youth-worker training: Teaching and learning from an international perspective – Bowie

Five women of the 20th century

Children as scapegoats – Shapiro

The land of red apples – Zitkala-Sa

Community homes – leadership, care and treatment in a planned environment – Daltrey

Down on the farm – Lennhoff

An appreciation of Finchden Manor – Robinson

Examining context and the Bicentenary Issue of CYC-Online – Fulcher

South African musings on the occasion of the 200th issue of CYC-Online – Allsopp

Doomed to repeat it: The selective and collective ignorance of the shadowy historical foundations of Child and Youth Care – Charles

Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission – A Child and Youth Care call to action – Megens

A difficult year – Gharabaghi

Relational leadership – Freeman

A tribute to Brian Gannon – Allsopp

Brian Gannon meeting Henry Maier – Stabrey

Changing Lens: Becoming and Unbecoming and Becoming a Child and Youth Care – Kelly

Humour

I

Intervention

Four parts magic: The anatomy of a Child and Youth Care intervention – Garfat

The use of everyday events in child and youth care work – Garfat

Congruence between supervision and practice – Garfat

Developing Effective Interventions with Families – Garfat & McElwee

Intervention techniques for child/youth care workers – Krueger

Central themes in child and youth care – Krueger

Crisis intervention in the residential setting – Isaacson

Young children’s emotional development and school readiness

The use of Life Space Intervention in residential youth care – Graham

The forgotten intervention: How to design environments that foster friendship – Overton

Violence and aggression in children and youth – Fitzsimmons

Fundamental processes for interventions: Working with high-risk adolescents and their families – Ballantyne et al

New approaches to truancy prevention in urban schools – Walls

Exploiting daily events to heal the pain of sexual abuse – Fox

Discipline in action: some requirements and characteristics – Fox

Controls from within: The enduring challenge – Brendtro & Long

Depression and disability in children and adolescents – Guetzloe

Helping schools say “Yes” to children who say ‘‘No” – Osterhaus & Lowe

Building resilience and hope for the future – Jewitt

Articulating a Child and Youth Care approach to family work  – Jones

The future of residential treatment in a family-centred system of care – Small

Need and risk and how to tell the difference – Artz et al

‘You’ve gotta be kidding me’ – A reflection on humour in Child and Youth Care – Digney

Teaching children to manage their tempers – Stein

Adult too soon: Age-sensitive interventions with delinquent girls – Loper

The dynamics of working with sex offenders:  Respect, respect, respect – Charles & Collins

A less than divine intervention – Cedrick

On being accountable in schools: Strategies for the Child and Youth Care practitioner – Jarrett

School-based program to teach children empathy and bully prevention – Rock

Crime prevention through social development – Rawlinson

A feminist's view of caring – Ricks

Matching therapeutic style with developmental level: A guide for child care workers – Oles

What works in the prevention of youth crime? – Mendel

Misconceptions about early child care, education and intervention – Canning & Lyon

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

“Intervention” – attempting a definition – Gannon

Theories, approaches and principles of education and treatment – Gannon

Teaching emotional intelligence to impulsive-aggressive youth – Henley & Long

Relational-based interventions: The medium is the message – Hackney & MacMillan

Six strategies for helping youth move from rage to responsibility – Curwin & Mendler

Leaving residential placement: A guide to intervention – Mann-Feder & Garfat

Implications of attachment theory and research for therapeutic interventions – Markiewicz

Effectiveness of the life space interview?

With tentative certainty: The art of experimental Child and Youth Care Part I – Skott-Myhre

With tentative certainty: The art of experimental Child and Youth Care Part II – Skott-Myhre

Thinking about Interventions in Child & Youth Care – Gharabaghi

J

Juvenile Detention

Consultation with children on the SA Child Justice Bill – Ehlers

The juvenile court in the 21st century – Shepherd

Let us be – Roush

The juvenile careworker – Roush

Ten common interactional problems and suggested solutions – Roush

Restricting or educating? – Roush

Mentoring: A prevention, diversion, alternative sentencing and reintegration model – Mbambo

Attacking crime or kids? Juvenile Justice at the crossroads – Larson

A probation officer at a One-stop Child Justice Centre – du Plessis

Juveniles and life imprisonment – Goliath

Four complexities in residential treatment of juvenile offenders – Heintzelman

Students with disabilities in correctional facilities – Quinn et al

Youth custody: Is a rethink of youth justice required?

Child justice law reform developments in Africa and international standards on the rights of the child – Godfrey

Island of last resort – O'Kane

Education and the South African Juvenile Justice System – Gast

Juvenile court magistrate: Our hands are tied – Sawyer

Our child thugs – Lawrence

The treatment of children in custody in Lesotho – Malea & Stout

The scope of girls' delinquency and crime – Weiler

The war on youth – O'Keeffe

Lawmakers study juvenile justice – Kalahar

A new deal for British children – Moore

Adolescent sexual offenders – an overview – Charles & McDonald

Thinking outside the box – Bezuidenhout

Kids in trouble or troubled kids? – Hayes

Keeping adolescents out of prison – Steinberg & Haskins

Adolescent offenders with mental disorders – Grisso

From pessimism to youth policies based on hope – Calhoun

Prevention and intervention programs for juvenile offenders – Greenwood

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Life SpacE

Thinking about the Life Space – Maier

How is Child and Youth Care work unique – and different – from other fields? – VanderVen

The use of Life Space Intervention in residential youth care – Graham

Thinking about the Life Space – Payne & White

Life space work, child and youth care work, residential work: Is this a Profession? – van Weezel & Waaldijk

The use of everyday events in child and youth care work – Garfat

A Good Hearing? An Application of the Life Space Interview in Residential Child Care – Gibson

Exploiting daily events to heal the pain of sexual abuse – Fox

Controls from within: The enduring challenge – Brendtro & Long

Simply lifespace work – Allsopp

Extending Child and Youth Care to serve the life span: A new look at concepts and practice – Barnes

From self-destruction to self-awareness: A ‘Massaging Numb Values’ LSCI – Thomas et al

Fritz Redl and the life space interview – Sharpe

I can’t hold it in forever: Connecting with a youth in pain – Freado

Negotiating the Life Space (Part 1) – Phelan

Negotiating the life space (Part 2) – Phelan

Effective life space work, the next step (Part 3) – Phelan

Working in the life space for the emerging professional Child and Youth Care practitioner (Part 4)

The wounded healer as helper and helped: A Child and Youth Care model – Phelan

Early intervention – Gannon

Teaching lifespace working by using the lifespace in teaching – Feilberg

Is life-space a threshold concept? – Steckley

Effectiveness of the life space interview?

From desert through jungle into the flourishing garden – De Moor

Life Space is not working in an office – Phelan

Clinical Child and Youth Care practice – Phelan

Love

Letting go in love – Smith

Love tenderly – Smith

Loving with an open hand – Sandford

Heroes and pioneers of child and youth care work – Brendtro

The trouble with tough love – Szalavitz

The nature of caring – Wrenn

Reaching beyond caring to loving in child and youth care practice (1) – Ranahan

Reaching beyond caring to loving in child and youth care practice (2) – Ranahan

The needs of children and how they are met – Pringle

Remembering Fritz Redl – Garfat

Roles and relationships in the residential unit – Davis

Human relationships – Dyer

Daring to try again: The hope and pain of forming new attachments  – Lanyado

On being a child and youth care worker – Rose

Healing the wounded child – Niss

A feminist's view of caring – Ricks

A wall of strength to be admired – Michieli

The dialectic of care: Familial and institutional dimensions – Latus

One child's story – Talbot

Problem children: Views of A.S. Neil of Summerhill – Skidelsky

The sacred moment and its pain – Pithers

Living with complexity and simplicity – Phelan

Finding depression behind aggression – McKay

Violent parenting, violent children – Pantin

Primary care in secondary settings – inherent strains – Maier

Protecting themselves from love – Gannon

Reaching reluctant students: Insights from Torey Hayden – Marlowe

From bedtime stories to jail cells: A tale of a lost childhood – Branswell

Echoes in the hills – Donahue

Love 1

Love 2

Saying 'I love you'

Love: the who or what and Thanksgiving – Krueger

Love and sex – Gharabaghi

Love and Child and Youth Care – Akbar

M

Milieu

Extending Child and Youth Care to serve the life span: A new look at concepts and practice – Barnes

Transforming the milieu and lives through the power of activity: theory and practice – VanderVen

Understanding the nature of the therapeutic milieu – Trieschman

The role of milieu therapy in the treatment of sexually abused children – Reeves

The milieu of real relationships – Weiner

What is milieu therapy? – Part 1 – Jonsson

What is milieu therapy? – Part 2 – Jonsson

Meeting the developmental needs of incarcerated youth – Brendtro & Cunningham

From warehouse to greenhouse: Play, work, and the routines of daily living in groups as the core of milieu treatment – Barnes

On being accountable in schools: Strategies for the Child and Youth Care practitioner – Jarrett

Towards a common denominator in effective group care programming: The concept of the modifying environment – Beker & Feuerstein

Remembering Fritz Redl – Garfat

Changing paradigms in residential services for disturbed/disturbing children: retrospect and prospect – Whittaker & Maluccio

Activity programming in the milieu setting: Commonalties in work with children and older adults – Griff

Treatment approaches – Andersson et al

The milieu – Wineman

The milieu staff – Rabinovitch

The Child Care Worker  as a primary practitioner – Barnes

Bad milieu, good milieu: restoring a culture of hope – Olive

Psychoanalytic approaches to residential treatment (1) – Whittaker

Psychoanalytic approaches to residential treatment (2) – Whittaker

The Sage Hill program for competency promotion – Durkin et al

Working with adolescent girls in a residential treatment centre – Matheson

Four parts magic: The anatomy of a Child and Youth Care intervention – Garfat

A pedagogy of belonging – Beck & Malley

The nature of the communicative relationship within a residential milieu – Pazaratz

Fritz Redl and the life space interview – Sharpe

Complementing the therapist: Child care work with sexually abused youth – Oles

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New Workers

On being a child and youth care worker – Rose-Sladde

The seventh moment – Krueger

Welcome to the second day – Cavaliere

Training child care workers: Three essentials – Liberatore

Philosophy and principles of Child and Youth Care – Lewis

One day in the life of an inner-city school-based Child and Youth Care Worker – Chrest

The children don't listen ... – Gannon

Developmental stages of Child and Youth Care Workers: An interactional perspective – Garfat

The use of everyday events in child and youth care work – Garfat

What exactly is child and youth care work? – Small & Dodge

Beware of the Bunny People – and other thoughts of a new youth care worker – Matthews

The Child and Youth Care Workers: Who needs them? – Linton & Forster

The Year-2000 model: Child and Youth Care Worker User's Manual – Allsopp & Gannon

What exactly is child and youth care work? – Anglin

Qualities of a child and youth care worker – Nightingale

A wall of strength to be admired – Michieli

Stages of Child and Youth Care worker development – Phelan

Child and youth care: The transition from student to practitioner – Moscrip & Brown

A care worker and a social worker compare jobs – Gerber & Slavin

Some key characteristics of Child and Youth Care workers – Kelly

Values and attitudes in family work – Dimitoff

Reflections of my journey in child and youth care – Naidoo

The perfection of imperfection: A surfer’s guide to child and youth care – Maerz

Ode to joy – McArter

Working with families: A reflection – Migiaccio

Staying sane as a child care worker – Gannon

“Child care workers should be seen and not heard …?” – Demers

A clash where professional philosophy meets practice – Kipling

Impersonal work culture can be a shock – Resnick

How is Child and Youth Care work unique – and different – from other fields? – VanderVen

Boundaries and relationship – Stuart

“If I could supervise my supervisor...”  – Delano

Jean Itard: The first Child and Youth Care Counsellor – McDermott

Challenges facing the child and youth care profession – Hoffman

Hanging out – Somasundram

Challenges and questions facing the development of child and youth care work in Canadian educational settings – Denholm

You /me / us: Thoughts on boundary management in Child and Youth Care – Mann-Feder

What child care administrators need to know about work on the front line – Samjee et al

On being accountable in schools: Strategies for the Child and Youth Care practitioner – Jarrett

Holistic approach – Newbury

Worker–management relations: A Child Care Worker's perspective – Harrison

Reflections on a successful practicum experience in Child and Youth Care – McManus

Challenges be damn or changed? (Complexity in the practice process) – Ricks

Advice to child and youth care staff – Digney

CYC supervision: Some thoughts on developing newer workers – Phelan

Supervising new Child and Youth Care staff – Phelan

It’s not about a calling, it’s about being... just be... and an experience of learning to be – Koury

I went on a mission at eighteen – Ireland

Over-identification as a Child and Youth Care practitioner: A letter to a group home – Morden

I am still not a fan of mashed potatoes – Kroll-Neary

O

Outdoor Education

Suleiman’s story

Outdoor education and troubled youth – Berman & Davis-Berman

Outward Bound – Muir

Bush tucker kids – Kemp

A day in the life of an outward bound instructor – Woolmer

Do ... or drown! – VanderVen

Why every child needs a challenge – Rollins

Learning by doing – Kartun

Hope on a rope – Gamble

A walk on the mountain – Gamble

Wilderness: Rethinking life choices – Gamble

The challenge of outdoor activities – Donohue

Generosity: Developing altruism – Brendtro & Du Toit

The natural environment as an element in a therapeutic community treatment programme – Gale 

When going out is also going in – Jowell

Missing the experience – Griffin

Horticulture therapy in a boys’ remand unit: A personal diary – Nightingale

Adventure boosts empowerment – Howell

Challenges and questions facing the development of child and youth care work in Canadian educational settings – Denholm

Bringing hope to Britain’s derelict docklands – Devlin

Outdoor programmes – Slingsby

Outdoor programmes for children – Slingsby

Summer camps, camp counselors and informal education – Smith

Wilderness Therapy for youth-at-risk – helping troubled teenagers – Rosol

Back to the future: Effective residential group care and treatment for children and youth and the Fritz Redl legacy – Beker

Journal writing in experiential education: possibilities, problems, and recommendations – Dyment & O'Connell

Therapeutic uses of outdoor education – Berman % Davis-Berman

Outdoor, experiential and environmental education: Converging or diverging approaches? – Adkins & Simmons

'Going beyond', going where? – Gharabaghi

Wilderness vs. residential treatment – Harper & Russell

Taming dragons – Wilson

Nature-based interventions?

P

Parents and Parenting

Raising the Grandchildren – Ruyue

Residential Child Care workers as primary agents of family intervention – Garland

On being the parent of a handicapped child – Greer

Birth parents’ connection with their children in foster care – Maier

Parents and the Children’s Home – Samakosky

Parents and the child and youth agency – Resnick

Violent parenting, violent children – Pantin

The alcoholic parent – Fortuin

The challenges of parent involvement research – Baker & Soden

Attachment to parents and adjustment in adolescents: Literature review and policy implications – Doyle et al

Parents or prisons – Morse

Beyond conflict, custody and alienation – Dodds

Straining the ties that bind: Limits on parent-child contact in out-of-home care – Friesen et al

Parental overinvolvement can hurt children – Dunnewind

Children and grief – McEntire

The impact of family formation change on the cognitive, social, and emotional well-being of the next generation – Amato

When a youth starts to fail – Robertson

Treatment of deprived children I – Wolff

Treatment of delinquent children II – Wolff

The Child Care Worker as a facilitator of family treatment – Wilson

Why every child needs a challenge – Rollins

Relating to the relationship – VanderVen

Patterns of child-rearing – McKerrow

The role of parents in the development of peer group competence – Moore

How we can better protect children from abuse and neglect – Pelton

Functioning of youngsters: No more partings – an examination of long-term foster family care – Fein et al

To spank or not to spank: Is it still a question? – Oppenheimer

The joyless childhood – Vuoto

Achievement behaviour – Niss

An evaluation of the effectiveness of intervention in families with children with behavioural problems – Brown et al

Difficult decisions: Lessons learned from one family's story of residential placement – Evans

Working with families: A reflection – Migliaccio

Preventing child abuse and neglect with parent training: Evidence and opportunities – Barth

Divisions between behaviour management and therapy: Towards new directions of authority in child and youth care – Vanderwoerd

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

Building a parent support program and learning network – Baker & Pisecco

Parenting – Greenspan

Harmonious parenting – Greenspan

Family treatment in residential homes – Lasson

Diagnosing stress: Identifying and aiding the pressured child – Longo

Focus on after-school time for violence prevention – Patten & Robertson

We don't need no thought control: The UK government sees schools as a weapon in its war against feckless parents and feral children – Perks

Take-home lessons – Silvis

The Children's Ten Commandments – Goldstuck

Summer sports: A recreationally based program for building peer relations – Pelham & Gnagy

When it’s hard to leave home – Peterson

Empowered parents are the solution to ending this race to nowhere – Nielsen

Successful parenting in high-risk neighborhoods – Jarrett

Parental drug abuse – Cousins & Milner

Lost Boys: Why our sons turn to violence and how we can save them – Garbarino

Values and attitudes in family work – Dimotoff

Towards a curriculum for more appropriate education for out-of-school children – Pease

The hardest advice: Listen to your kids – Fewster

An explanation of family support work – Phelan

Child and youth care family support work – Phelan

Deprivation and education – Pringle

Learning that people care

A community school in action – Dryfoos

Parenting without punishment: Making problem behaviour work for you – Maag

The tools of encouragement – Evans

Overparenting/helicopter parenting & Child and Youth Care Work

Lessons learned about (and from) families – Jamieson

Being with families in moments of opportunity – Freeman

Strengthening fragile families – McLanahan et al

Peers

Bullying in early adolescence: The role of the peer group – Espelage

Peer influences and positive cognitive restructuring – Tate

The social climates of peer group and other residential programs – Wasmund

The influence of the peer group – Hudson

The role of parents in the development of peer group competence – Moore

Rejected youth in residential treatment: social affiliation and peer group configuration – Hoff

“Helping others” meets primary needs – Quigley

Positive peer groups: “Helping others” meets primary developmental needs – Quigley

Understanding the resident group – Edmond

From coercive to strength-based intervention: Responding to the needs of children in pain – Brendtro

The vision of Urie Bronfenbrenner: Adults who are crazy about kids – Brendtro

Troubled children and youth: Turning problems into opportunities – Brendtro & Shahazian

Rather than fixing kids – build positive peer cultures – Laursen

Towards a common denominator in effective group care programming: The concept of the modifying environment – Beker & Feuerstein

Caring for troubled children – Whittaker

Two worlds of childhood – Bronfenbrenner

The peer pressure myth – Ungar

For the unloved care worker – Blackman

Learning to LUMP it?’ How to improve the mental health of children in public care – Buchanan

Equipping youth with mature moral judgment – Gibbs

Foreword to Postive peer culture: Second Edition – Vorrath & Brendtro

Positive peer culture – Vorrath & Brendtro

The Circle of Courage – Samjee

The Child and Youth Care “SWAT team” and other thoughts on the future of our profession – McDermott

Do schools teach aggression? Recognizing and retooling the interactions that lead students to aggression – Grant & Van Acker

School-based program to teach children empathy and bully prevention – Rock

Learning to cope with stresses and strains – Konopka

The inpatient basketball group as an alternative to group therapy: Helping the ‘bad boys’ feel good about themselves – Elias & Soth

The art of kid whispering: Connecting with adult-wary youth – Chambers

Social exclusion and social inclusion: Themes and issues in residential child care – Kendrick

Helping students feel they belong – Hewitt

Adventure boosts empowerment – Howell

Existential theory: helping school counselors attend to youth at risk for violence – Carlson

Developmental group care of children and youth: Concepts and practice – Maier

Rituals of humiliation and exclusion – Hoover & Milner

The forgotten intervention: How to design environments that foster friendship – Overton

Depression: Rejection by peers – Snow et al

Philosophy

Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly – Smith

Perspectives on Mastery – Brokenleg

The embodiment of knowledge: A phenomenological approach to child care – Austin & Halpin

Working phenomenologically with children – Roberts

Exploring the role of community child and youth care workers in South Africa – Thumbadoo

Why train youth workers? – Baizerman

A philosophy of youthwork in practice – Whittaker

Philosophy and principles of Child and Youth Care – Lewis

The effective child and youth care intervention: a phenomenological inquiry – Garfat

Being a humanist – day and night  – Waaldijk

Valued child and youth care worker qualities in relationships with young people – Weisman

Tribute to Dad – Weisman

Context and competence in work with children and youth – Krueger & Stuart

On juxtaposition – Krueger

Parallel lines never connect – Gannon

Daily events – Nadesan

Care to try? – Steckley & Howden

The tools of encouragement – Evans

Humor, relationships and caring – Digney

Walking the talk through tragedy: A story about presence and loss – Andrew

Owning the job, winning the job: how three youth workers make meaning of their work – Wilder

Therapeutic application of play – Pazaratz

Characteristics of a Child and Youth Care approach: An exploration of their possible relevance and their contextualization in the South African reality – Manyathi

Reporting, assessment and research in child care practice: A personal account of discovery – McDermott

A less than divine intervention – Cedrick

From coercive to strength-based intervention: Responding to the needs of children in pain – Brendtro

Reaching reluctant students: Insights from Torey Hayden – Marlowe

Old labels, new labels, and the difference between a ‘label’ and a ‘noun for a disease’ – Redl

Working with young offenders in the community: Philosophical musings – Winogron

Extending Child and Youth Care to serve the life span: A new look at concepts and practice – Barnes

You don't know what you've got 'til it's gone – Smith

The call to care – Smith

Philosophically speaking – Smith

Things are looking up: Positive signs for child and youth work – VanderVen

Optimism in dark times – Mitchell

What happens to children raised in children's homes? – Killian

The juvenile careworker – Roush

Musings on the art and science of professionalizing child and youth care – Stuart

A philosophical stroll through child and youth care – Fewster

“Child care workers should be seen and not heard …?” – Demers

A clash where professional philosophy meets practice – Kipling

The Children’s System of Care Initiative – Wagner

Ethical dilemmas in practice: Some thoughts on the children  – McLaughlin & Pinkerton

The light goes on: Reflecting on the values and principles of the Child and Youth Care Program – Rose Sladde

Intuition is not enough: Matching learning with practice in Therapeutic Child Care – Cain

The determinants and influence of size on residential settings for children -  Chipenda-Dansokha

Administration of a children's organisation: Concepts and guidelines (1) – Pawson

Administration of a children's organisation: Concepts and guidelines (2) – Pawson

Empire and identity: The ethics of becoming other than what we are – Kouri

Pedagogies of care: Thinking-with and paying attention – Berry et al

The force of water – Skott-Myhre

The statistical reason why youth work ought to be voluntary – Magnuson & Healey

Practice

The same difference: Themes and experiences in child and youth care practice – Elsdon and Priest

Genuine child care practice across the North American continent – Maier

Role playing: Structures and educational objectives – Maier

A clash where professional philosophy meets practice – Kipling

Child care practice with disturbed children – Harper & Barends

Reflective child and youth care practice – Garfat

The use of everyday events in child and youth care work – Garfat

Some reflections on a child and youth care approach to working with families – Garfat & McElwee

But what of practice? – Hart

Challenges be damn or changed? (Complexity in the practice process) – Ricks

Learning child and youth care work in context: A case example – Krueger

Thinking theory, doing practice – Winfield

The Rest of Canada:  Child and Youth Care work in rural communities – Gilberg & Charles

Multicultural practice in youthwork – Whittaker

Critical components of an anti-oppressive framework – Moore

What is strength-based child and youth care anyway? – Racco

Practice excellence – Gannon

Youth work – the threat from ‘hungry predators’ – Davies

“Child care workers should be seen and not heard …?” – Demers

Straining the ties that bind: Limits on parent-child contact in out-of-home care – Friesen et al

Listening for the absurd – Phelan

Simple complexity in Child and Youth Care practice – Phelan

Use of Self, a complex idea – Phelan

Sophisticated Child and Youth Care practice; creating powerful possibilities – Phelan

Caring – Phelan

How do I know if I am doing a good job? – Phelan

Knowing what you don’t know – Phelan

Socialized thinking limitations in Child and Youth Care practice – Phelan

The journey to self-authoring thinking – Phelan

Socialized thinkers – Phelan

Understanding the fear of connecting – Phelan

Ten Child and Youth Care hacks to maximize your impact -  Freeman

How to show up and be present in conversation – Freeman

Meaningful development of social interaction skills – Freeman

Time for tea: Finding meaning in the rhythm of mealtime experiences – Freeman

Lingering in the moment – Freeman

Listening as a Child and Youth Care improviser – Vachon

The improvising voice of Child and Youth Care – Vachon

Playing games – Vachon

Some thoughts about authority – Steckley

Ever so simple – Gharabaghi

A tribute to an amazing residential team – Gharabaghi

Gazes and mazes: Navigating the complexities of ‘watching’ – Digney & Smart

Beware of the Big Bad Story Teller? An exploration of the therapeutic potential of bedtime reading from the perspective of young people and residential workers – Simpson

The fear of non-doing – Paget

Advocacy project take two: An uncomfortable challenge? – De Monte & Sago

Rhythm n’ blues, ebbs and flows – Digney & Smart

Play it again Sam ... Just for the hell of it – Fewster

The ghosts of Christmas: On the Christmas wobble – Smart & Digney

In gratitude – De Monte

Assessment, uncertainty and confidence – Steckley

The use of group data in Child and Youth Care practice – Magnuson

Strengthening relationships through alternatives to physical restraint – Bristow

A perfect lasagne (perhaps) – Smart & Digney

Signs and symptoms in Child & Youth Care evaluation and judgement – Magnuson

Riding your bike to the moon: Creating hope in our care ecologies – Smart & Digney

The imitation game – Smart & Digney

Embodiment of practice – De Monte

Embodying self and body in practice – De Monte

Gifts from our elders – Skott-Myhre

The naivete of evidence-based practice – Magnuson

Action or inaction: dealing with what we do not know – Digney & Smart 

Working towards an anti-oppressive framework in Child and Youth Care practice – Bristow

Valuing the intuitive, irrational and ineffable – Skott-Myhre

Introducing children’s rights in Child and Youth Care practice – Collins

Promoting Autonomy in Child and Youth Care Practice – Gharabaghi

Why relationships are left out of evaluations – Magnuson

What are we doing? And why is it important to be skillful – Phelan

Using what we know for sure to keep hope alive – Fox

Evidence based practices: Are they becoming extinct? – Thorne

Relatedness and control – Mann-Feder

Knowing and doing child and youth care – Phelan

The Tipping Point – Phelan

The Secret of Caring for Life: Zhuangzi – Skott-Myhre

“Do you remember me?” – Thompson

Focus on The New Practitioner – Phelan

Is power a threshold concept? – Phelan

Thinking out loud: Child and Youth Care and radical youthwork – Skott-Myhre

The body as a site for revolutionary Child and Youth Care practice – Skott-Myhre, K.

Teaching Child and Youth Care practice and power dynamics – Phelan

The need to raise awareness about children’s rights – Collins

Vulnerable youth in Halton region: CYCs share their perceptions – Velkovska et al

Just us is all we got – Skott-Myhre

Meaningfulness as a practical strategy – Magnuson

Power is naturally fearful – Phelan

Hesitations – Skott-Myhre

Role Modelling, Being Liked, Boundaries and Loving – Major Child and Youth Care issuesl – Phelan

Social Impact versus Outcomes – Gharabaghi

To Be Awake or Not To Be Awake, That Is The Choice: Bringing Presence Into Child and Youth Care Practice – Palmer

Thinking Boundaries and Personal Focus – Phelan

Take the Magic Out of Your Day – Magnuson

The seven actions of effective listening – Gharabaghi

Fear and Joy – Skott-Myhre

The trauma trap – Gharabaghi

Between and Within: The Ecological Fallacy – Magnuson & Healey

Thinking About Counselling and Child and Youth Care Practice – Phelan

Delivering the Medicine – Phelan

Being a Good Child and Youth Care Practitioner – Gharabaghi

The Unconditional Space: A 6th Dimension – Digney & Smart

The Good Life – Gharabaghi 

A Day in the Life of a Child and Youth Care practitioner  – Awender

Who Wins When Nobody Wins? Exploring Ethics Surrounding Competition for Children in Recreation - Land

Programs

Difficult decisions: Lessons learned from one family's story of residential placement – Evans

Outdoor education and troubled youth – Berman & Davis-Berman

The partial care program – children’s home transforms – Rogers

High octane program for youth offenders – Gamble

The EQUIP program: Helping youth see —  really see – the other person – Gibbs et al

Trying out ways to help – Berry

Alternative programs for at-risk students: wolves in sheep’s clothing? – Sagor

Wilderness therapy for youth-at-risk – Helping troubled teenagers – Rosol

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

A probation officer at a One-stop Child Justice Centre – Du Plessis

A community approach to reducing risk factors – Chibnall & Abbruzzese

De-programming kids – Gharabaghi

After-school programs – Schwartz

What works in the prevention of youth crime? – Mendel

The dialectic of care: Familial and institutional dimensions seven-day care in a residential treatment setting – Latus

Truancy – De Kalb

Therapeutic recreation – Roush

Interpersonal and group life in residential care: A competence-centered, ecological perspective – Maluccio

On being accountable in schools: Strategies for the child and youth care practitioner – Jarrett

Program activities – Whittaker

Residential treatment: A resource for families – Ridgely & Carty

The scope of girls' delinquency and crime – Weiler

Perceptions of adolescent sex offenders: From punitive to growth promoting – Charles & Collins

Planning staff meetings – Carter

Peer assistance for out-of-the-mainstream youth – Carr

Learning from the Child and Youth Care experience in South Africa, a potential resource for other places – Phelan

Reflections on activities in a youth club in Northern Ireland – Megahead

DISCIPLINE/Punishment

Raising Respectful Kids – Brokenleg, Van Bockern and Brendtro

But children are people too

Reclaiming our prodigal sons and daughters – Larson & Brendtro

The effects of corporal punishment – Robinson

Support to advocates of spanking? – Goode

The dilemma of youth : How do you punish, or treat, a youngster who commits murder? – Steinberg & Levick

Smacking children – Bainbridge & Thorpe

Parenting without punishment: Making problem behaviour work for you – Maag

Physical punishment a health risk for children

To punish or not to punish, that is the question – Stein

Restrictions: Lesson learned – Stein

Discipline in action: some requirements and characteristics – Fox

Ending corporal punishment in all spheres – Waterhouse

Spare the rod, destroy the child: Examining the speculative association of corporal punishment and deviant behavior among youth – Webb

Punitive and non-punitive discipline and subsequent rule-following in young children – Toner

Heroes and pioneers: Kindness – Bosco

Response ability pathways: Restoring bonds of respect – Brendtro & Du Toit

How to teach the unteachable – Ciaccio

Ideas: Consequences ... or? – Gannon

"Our hands are tied" – Gannon

Physical restraint – Lee et al

Prohibition of corporal punishment: An international overview

What I learned about physical punishment and working with families – Phelan

Punishment – Phelan

What I Learned from the threat of punishment – Garfat

Corporal punishment

What is wrong with beating children? – Naker

Zero tolerance: The school woodshed – Armistead

Divisions between behaviour management and therapy: Towards new directions of authority in child and youth care – Vanderwoerd

Controls from within: The enduring challenge – Brendtro & Long

To spank, or not to spank? – Hayter

Punishment – Steckley

On punishments – Lennhoff

Suicide and Sadness – Hans Skott-Myhre

R

Relational Practice

Relationship – Maier

The relationship trap – Gharabaghi

Beginning the relationship – Markey

Roles and relationships in the residential unit

Valued child and youth care worker qualities in relationships with young people – Weisman

Ode to joy – McArter

Rapport and relationships: The basis of child care – Burns

Going there from being here – Fewster

Central themes in child and youth care – Krueger

Establishing meaningful contacts with children and youth – Maier

Relationships: A sideways view – Gompf

Healing the wounded child – Niss

Check and connect: The role of monitors in supporting high-risk youth – Christenson et al

In the beginning – Reid

Limit setting – Sutton

Close enough? Professional closeness and safe caring – Kendrick & Smith

Love tenderly – Smith

Letting go in love – Smith

Unconditional schools, youth of promise – Lloyd

John Bowlby on human attachment – Hoover

Seven habits of reclaiming relationships – Laursen

You /me / us: Thoughts on boundary management in Child and Youth Care – Mann-Feder

I was a ‘child in care’: My perspective on relationships – Masson

The meat and potatoes of relationships – Gannon

Hanging out – Somasundram

Integrated conversations in Child and Youth Care – Garfat

Connecting with the inner world – Garfat

Initial reflections on the 'talk smart institute' and relating – Krueger

Relationships: Thoughts on their origin and their power – Parry

Respect begets respect – and other lessons from Project Breakaway – Skooglund

Notes on relationships – Steckley

Relationships: What is it we do? ... It is what we do!  – Weisman

An objective look at relationships – McDermott

A phenomenological analysis of the caring relationship – Austin & Halpin

Transferable relationships – Gharabaghi

CYC and relationship in the 21st Century – Skott-Myhre

Friendship and hope – Digney & Smart

Maybe you smiled for the rest of the day? Some comments on relationships and their infinite variety – VanderVen

Power in the relational exchange – Freeman

Suicide and relational care – Freeman

Hope in moments of pain – Freeman

The early stages of the care relationship – Phelan

The challenge of relational Child and Youth Care practice – Phelan

Relational thinking – Phelan

The Child and Youth Care practitioner’s nightmare – Phelan

“From the heart” practice – Phelan

Close enough encounters: Close to me – close to you – Digney & Smart

Hide or Seek: looking for love in all the wrong places – Smart & Digney

Balancing care: The after view – Smart & Digney

Personal values – Gibb

The real “money in the bank”: Building relationships in Child and Youth Care – Delano

Professional boundaries in Child and Youth Care – Marshall

Nurturing creativity – De Monte

Putting in and getting out: Better inputs – better outcomes – Smart & Digney

It’s not about a calling, it’s about being... just be… and an experience of learning to be – Koury

I spy with my little eye ... something that is grey – Fellers

A Life-Space Interaction – Gharabaghi

Connecting with youth through storytelling – Bristow

Hanging out and drawing – Bristow

The quiet revolution of Thom Garfat – Skott-Myhre

Deepening a child and youth care understanding of presence: Engaging living-dying dialectical moments – Ranahan

The relationship is not everything – Hilton

A feminist's view of caring – Ricks

Relational conversations and explorations – Phelan

Relationship in Child and Youth Care – A deep dive – Carty

Relatedness and control – Mann-Feder

Characteristics of a relational child and youth care approach revisited – Garfat et al

A reflection on relational messages – Phelan

There Was a Little Girl – Shaw

Embedded in my heart – Hedlin

It just doesn’t get any better than this! – Leggett

Mattering in the moment – Charles

Thinking About Relational Thinking – Phelan

Relational Practice in Child and Youth Care Theory – Gharabaghi

How do we measure relationships? – Magnuson & Healey

Boundary dynamics for relational Child and Youth Care practitioners – Phelan

A Very Special Student and her Kitty Cat – Gharabaghi

Residential Care

Experiences of “I” and “we” among former looked‐after children in South Africa – Nurcombe‐Thorne, Nadesan and van Breda

An exploration of the differential usage of residential childcare across national boundaries - Ainsworth and Thoburn

The Impact of Residential Placement on Child Development: Research and Policy Implications – Little, Kohm and Thompson

Leaving Residential Placement: A Guide to Intervention – Mann-Feder and Garfat

Your Pain or Mine? – Molepo

Setting objectives for residential units – Douglas & Payne

Trends in residential care in Finland – Hujala

Real-time communication in residential care – Ward

Children's rights in residential settings – Waaldijk

Conceptual foundations of developmental oriented residential education – Levy

The unacceptable face of behaviourism – Elliot

Are you managing? The effective management of anxiety in residential settings – Macleod

What do we know of our children? – Lennhoff

Developmental group care of children and youth – Maier

Developmental group care of children and youth: concepts and practice – Maier

Primary care in secondary settings – Inherent strains – Maier

Four complexities in residential treatment of juvenile offenders – Heintzelman

Out-of-home care: Practice and research between head and tail – Knorth et al

The known and the used in residential  child and youth care work – Eisikowits et al

Towards a common denominator in effective group care programming – Beker & Feuerstein

A care worker and a social worker compare jobs – Gerber & Slavin

Residential care with evacuated children: Lessons from Clare Winnicott – Kanter

Crisis intervention in the residential setting – Isaacson

Understanding the resident group – Edmond

Worthy not worthwhile? Choosing careers in caring occupations – Wells et al

Thinking about relationships in group care – Beedell

The good goodbye: Helping children through transitions using storytelling – McNicol & Kirkpatrick

Residential special schooling : The inclusive option – Jackson

Stands Scotland where it did? Perspectives and possibilities for Child and Youth Care – Smith

Child care workers: Builders of self esteem – Keating

A longitudinal evaluation of prevalent negative beliefs about residential placement for troubled adolescents – Friman et al

The Child Care Worker as a primary practitioner – Barnes

The Child and Youth Care workers: Who needs them? – Linton & Forster

Rejected youth in residential treatment: social affiliation and peer group configuration – Hoff

Working with adolescent girls in a residential treatment centre – Matheson

A good hearing? An application of the Life Space Interview in residential child care – Gibson

Residential treatment: A resource for families – Ridgely & Carty

Normalisation or systemalisation? How children looked after in children’s homes are depersonalised by the processes and procedures of a public child care system – Kenny

Difficult decisions: Lessons learned from one family's story of residential placement – Evans

Children 'at risk' in secure accommodation – O'Neill

The Stockholm Declaration

Rights of children are still violated – Kennedy

In defiance of compliance – Burton

Roles and relationships in the residential unit – Davis

"Manipulative" or manipulative skills in residential practice – Pragnell

Attachment representations of adolescents in institutional care – Schleiffer & Muller

The use of life space intervention in residential youth care – Graham

An historical perspective on residential services for troubled and troubling youth in Canada – Charles & Gabor

Life space work, child and youth care work, residential work: Is this a profession? – van Weezel & Waaldijk

Group supervision and the supervision of teams in residential care: the Slovene experience – Kobolt

The use of everyday events in child and youth care work – Garfat

A commitment to care: residential child care work in England – Mainey

What works in residential care: Making it work – Archer

The needs of children in residential care – Brennan

Token economies or point and level systems – whatever we call them – let's rethink them! – VanderVen

“The milieu of real relationships” – Weiner

Close enough? Professional closeness and safe caring – Kendrick & Smith

Residential care and the industrial model – Douglas & Payne

"Out of control": A youth perspective on secure treatment and physical restraint – Raychaba

Central themes in child and youth care – Krueger

Theories, approaches and principles of education and treatment – Gannon

Child and youth care during a natural disaster – Freeman

Key working and the quality of relationships in secure accommodation – McKellar & Kendrick

Metaphor and poetry – Steckley

Separation – Steckley

Touch something, throw something – Gharabaghi

Stuff that never happens... (when you live in care) – Gharabaghi

Good intentions with bad results – Phelan

When is a program not a program? – Phelan

Sense of place in children’s residential care homes: perceptions of home? – Clark et al

A different language: Implementing the total communication approach – Wilson

Love and sex – Gharabaghi

The end of treatment! – Gharabaghi

The immediacy of childhood – Freeman

New conversation partners for residential services – Gharabaghi

Putting the “home” in group home and the “care” in youth care: My journey – Crooks

 Surveillance versus supervision in residential group care – Gharabaghi 

Stories – Skott-Myhre 

Strong youth – Gharabaghi

From a young person’s perspective: Towards a better residential care system for youth – Chung 

Can residential care and treatment be good? – Gharabaghi

Children and young people living in alternative care – Fulcher

 Challenges for practice in residential Child and Youth Care in Portugal: An overview of four projects supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – de Carvalho

Go back to which home? The ‘pedagogy of dreams’ as a contribution to the deinstitutionalization of children and young people in South Brazil – Schüssler D’Aroz

A group care framework: The benefits of group care settings in Israel – Tischler

Reflections: My Practitioner Development – Briegel

The First Few Years: The early theoretical building blocks of a residential social worker – Whitelaw

Reflections: My work in residential care in Egypt – Megahead

Chris, Ava and Jenny – Hilton

Brendan – Smith

Tough Choices – Skott-Myhre

Making Moments Meaningful – Lodge

Key working and the quality of relationships in secure accommodation – McKellar & Kendrick

The Changing Face of Residential Care in Australia – Simon Walsh

Epidemic Positives – Jack Phelan

The Worst Interview Ever – Kiaras Gharabaghi

Considering Child Welfare Lived Experience Privilege – Cherry & Vachon

 

Resilience

Using academic strategies to build resilience – Pikes et al

Resilience: What it is and how children and young people can be helped to develop it – Maclean

If you build it, they will come: A nontraditional approach for systems change – Reavis et al

Resistance – McIntyre

Multiple ways of knowing: Fostering resiliency through providing opportunities for participating in learning – Shepard

Resilience – Harvey

Overcoming four myths that prevent fostering resilience – Rockwell

Heavy mettle: Stories of transition for delinquent youth – Yellin et al

Attracting resilience: Helping kids do better – Sapien

Me-do-it! – Parry

Building resilience and hope for the future – Jewitt

Rather than fixing kids – build positive peer cultures – Laursen

How we can foster resiliency in children – Berliner & Bernard

Nurturing resilience and school success in American Indian and Alaska Native students – Strand & Peacock

Coming out resilient: Strategies to help gay and lesbian adolescents – DuBeau & Emenheiser

Creating resiliency in urban neighborhoods – Timmermans et al

Easier said than done: Shifting from a risk to a resiliency paradigm – Wolin

The resilience of children in care: The influence of adult attachment figures – Boneke

Promoting resilience in youth through facilitating leisure engagement in self-determined community-serving projects – Delamere et al

The (potential) ultra-conservatism of resilience theory – Gharabaghi

Contextual and cultural aspects of resilience in child welfare settings – Ungar

Delinquent or simply resilient?: How "problem " behaviour can be a child's hidden path to resilience – Ungar

The resilient brain – Brendtro & Longhurst

Being resilient – Dean Boneke

Reviving hope by fostering resilience – Hewitt-Gervais

The search for islands of competence: A metaphor of hope and strength – Brooks

Making the transition from rage to resilience – Andrews

And now for the good news – Brendtro

Here’s my number, call if you need – De Monte

Restorative Practice

Runaways/Homelessness

The children on our streets (1) – Bourdillon

The Children on our streets (2) – Bourdillon

Homeless: Neither a profession nor an employer offers shelter or a place to go – Baizerman

Social support networks in services for adolescents and their families – Barth

Cross-cultural problems faced by people who work with street children – Aptekar

Society makes survival a crime – Richter

Moulding a life with nimble fingers – Dawood

The opportunity: Working with street youth with HIV/AIDS – Lees

AWOL behaviour

Oceanside's youngest homeless often forgotten – Walsh

Street children and homelessness

Who cares? Sexual abuse and street children in South Africa – Cockburn

Those Homestead boys – Cockburn

Violent minority – Bones

Family reunification: children and youth living on the streets – Hemmens

Runaway teens

Kids on the street they have something to say: Survey of runaway and homeless youth – Kufeldt & Nimmo

Youth who chronically AWOL from foster care: Why they run, where they go, and what can be done – Finkelstein et al

On the outer circle: Reaching homeless families – McCrary et al

Homelessness – Kasting & Artz

Runaway dogs and runaway kids – Stein

Youth who run away and are disengaged in programming?

New York City: We’re stemming flow of foster-care kids into homelessness – Scaccia

Emerging street children in Papua New Guinea – Sali

Peer assistance for out-of-the-mainstream youth – Carr

Growing up homeless in suburbia – Dosani

Emergency Rooms and Open Air Prisons: Conversations with Reggie Harris – Skott-Myhre

S

School

Ragged Schooling – Dickens

Mary Carpenter – Smith

Missing male – Bawden

On being accountable in schools: Strategies for the Child and Youth Care practitioner – Jarrett

School-based field placements: A Montreal perspective – Kruger

Challenges and questions facing the development of Child and Youth Care work in Canadian educational settings – Denholm

Child and youth care work in a school undergoing complex language and cultural adjustment in South Africa – Nightingale

Yellowwood – Rubel

Towards a curriculum for more appropriate education for out-of-school children – Pease

Overcoming adversity through community schools – Harris & Hoover

Climbing Everests at William Gee School – Cook

Pathways from discouragement to courage – Van Bockern et al

Practical strategies for working with students who display aggression and violence – Guetzloe

Catch it low to prevent it high: Countering low-level verbal abuse (1) – Goldstein

Catch it low to prevent it high: Countering low-level verbal abuse (2) – Goldstein

Teaching character – Walters

Students and teachers develop a resource manual for safe and caring schools – Jeary

Helping schools say “Yes” to children who say ‘‘No” – Ostergaus & Lowe

The school as a hub: Best practice model for child and youth work – Kelly

A pedagogy of belonging – Beck & Malley

Experience beyond words: Giving children a voice through poetry writing – Alexander & Shaw-Benson

We don't need no thought control: The UK government sees schools as a weapon in its war against feckless parents and feral children – Perks

Students and teachers develop a resource manual for safe and caring schools – Jeary

Classroom management – Van Tassell

The forgotten intervention: How to design environments that foster friendship – Overton

Community mental health – in an alternative school, in the public schools, and in the kitchen! – Long et al

How to teach the unteachable – Ciaccio

One day in the life of an inner-city school-based Child and Youth Care Worker – Chrest

Supporting families: A school based child and youth care worker's perspective – Aubey

From polarization to partnership: Learning to listen to families – Osher & Keenan

Self

Self-awareness in the child care worker – Young

Self-awareness model for training and application in Child and Youth Care – Ricks

The light goes on: Reflecting on the values and principles of the child and youth care program – Rose Sladde

Talking about ‘getting stuck’ – Vanderheyden

Residential life with children – Beedell

Letting go in love – Smith

Four parts magic: The anatomy of a Child and Youth Care intervention – Garfat

Developmental stages of Child and Youth Care workers: An interactional perspective – Garfat

Child and Youth Care education: Perspectives in transformation – Demers

Central themes in Child and Youth Care – Krueger

Beware of the Bunny People – and other thoughts of a new youth care worker – Matthews

Maintaining personal integrity and morality in a community home – Walkley

The importance of self-care – Kostouros & McLean

Without the self there is no other – Ricks

Report on a self-care camp for staff – Hough

Let us be self-serving! Reframing our vocabulary – VanderVen

Our next big challenge: Genuine cultural SELF self awareness – Newbury

What exactly is child and youth care work? – Anglin

Self-regulation through goal setting – Schunk

Self-regulation and school readiness – Blair

Some key characteristics of Child and Youth Care workers – Kelly

Child and Youth Care education: My journey – Coolen

Self-determination: An essential element of successful transitions – Field & Hoffman

Restoring self-esteem in adolescent males – Hendel

Supervision in the helping professions – Hawkins & Shohet

Calming together: The pathway to self-control – Bath

Exeriencing differences: The challenges, opportunities and cautions – Hoskins & Ricks

Personal reflections on an emerging self – Chubb

You /me / us: Thoughts on boundary management in Child and Youth Care – Mann-Feder

Self-determination – Field

Perception and reality – Rogers

Major goals of counselling – Rogers

An inquiry into self-doubt in Child and Youth Care practice – Sanrud

Mr. Self comes home – Gharabaghi

Reaching beyond caring to loving in child and youth care practice – Ranhan

Turning myself inside out: My theory of me – Fewster

The road less graveled: A philosophical stroll through child and youth care – Fewster

The self as subject in child and youth care supervision – Mann-Feder

Using 'self' in interaction with children

Importance of 'self' and Child and Youth Care practice

Sexual Issues

Understanding the sexual behavior of children (1) – Cavanagh

Understanding the sexual behavior of children (2) – Cavanagh

Who cares? Sexual abuse and street children in South Africa – Cockburn

Juvenile sexual aggression – Weinrott

The experience of sexual abuse

Breaking the circle: Work with young people who sexually abuse – Dobson

Adolescent sexual offenders – an overview – Charles & McDonald

Perceptions of adolescent sex offenders: From punitive to growth promoting – Charles & Collins

The treatment of adolescent sex offenders: Growth promoting premises of residential care – Charles & Collins

The dynamics of working with sex offenders: Respect, respect, respect – Charles & Collins

Sexual minority youth and substance abuse: Addressing the issue – Knox

Exploiting daily events to heal the pain of sexual abuse – Fox

Preventing sexual abuse: Rescuers without resources – Loffell

Good enough care? Looking after sexually abused young people in residential settings – Roesch-Marsh

The child welfare system and gay, lesbian and bisexual youth in care – Legault

Gaps and silences: The culture and adolescent sex offenders – Coleman

Cries for help: A literature review of the psychological effects of child maltreatment – McPherson

Is childhood becoming oversexed? – McPherson

The perils of no-tolerance sex law – Gibson

A rainbow ends for Daddy's little girl – Arndt

The trouble with sex – Kahan

Adult too soon: Age-sensitive interventions with delinquent girls – Loper

Adolescent sex offenders – Innes

Motivational factors for positive change: A comparison of research on issues in youth – Maltais

Wearing purple – Smith

Zero tolerance: The school woodshed – Armistead

Complementing the therapist: Child care work with sexually abused youth – Oles

School practitioners supporting LGBTQ – Bochenek

Research as change: GLBTTQ and allies' relationships in transition – Ricks & Vilches

Coming out resilient: Strategies to help gay and lesbian adolescents – DuBeau & Emenhauser

“Out” and “in”: Homophobic issues in residential care – Moore & Moore

Becoming Dani – Skott-Myhre & Wagner

Exploring sexual diversity: Helping children and young people develop understanding and respect for differences in the human family (1) – Fox

Exploring sexual diversity: Helping children and young people develop understanding and respect for differences in the human family (2) – Fox

Exploring sexual diversity: Helping children and young people develop understanding and respect for differences in the human family (3) – Fox

Rethinking the way we work with adolescent sexual offenders: Building relationships – Charles

A story for Grant – Garfat

Dave – Anderson-Nathe

Beyond Rainbow Flag Stickers & Safe Space Signs: Exploring Gender and Sexual Identity within the ‘Here and Now’ of Child and Youth Care Practice – Taylor

Special needs

Successes with autism – Kaufman

What causes ADHD?

Reverse mainstreaming: Helps normal children learn about autism – Donnelly

Treating ADD-ADHD kids

The forgotten intervention: How to design environments that foster friendship – Overton

ADHD: Remembering the Skinner box – Stein

Exercise – an alternative approach to the treatment of ADHD – Putnam & Copans

Basic needs; special needs: Implications for the classroom teacher – Redl

Old labels, new labels, and the difference between a ‘label’ and a ‘noun for a disease’ – Redl

The teacher's additional predicament – Redl

Supporting paraeducators: A summary of current practices

Are early childcare providers ready for inclusion? – Valadie

Adolescent offenders with mental disorders – Grisso

Building a sense of belonging: The PALS program – McNeil

Parents’ role in transition for handicapped youth – an overview – Kerka

All children should know joy: Inclusive, family-centered services for young children with significant disabilities – Thompson et al

Vulnerable populations and the transition to adulthood – Osgood et al

Understanding attachment and loss in young people with complex needs – Grant et al

Sensory processing disorder

Reconnecting takes faith – Simon

The role of a psychologist in helping a child with learning disability in India – Louis

Building autism assets – Sarahan & Copas

Autism: Two practicum questions

Non-verbal children with autism

CYC view of disability

CYCs and ASDs: a Child and Youth Care approach to autism spectrum disorders – Bristow

What real inclusion for kids with autism looks like – O'Grady

Dealing with autism

Identity-first or person-first language?

BIDing and autism – Bristow

Who cares? The politics of disability – Jackson

Establishing relational care to support young people living with disabilities – Marshall & Thorn

Voices of autism in school – Marshall

Nurturing belonging: (Re)centering Indigenous perspectives on disability – Adams

Inclusion in sport: Supporting the complimentary use of assistive technologies – Steel

From blaming to belonging: Re-examining our approach to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder – Hellard

Speech and language delay/disorder in early childhood – Liao

Universal design for learning: Background and applications in North America – Saunders

Online accessibility for post-secondary students with disabilities – Kotzian

The crack in everything – Skott-Myhre

Child and youth care, disability and some cautions – Gharabaghi

More voices from autism in school – Marshall

Gabe and I – Cicogna

On Praising Inclusion in Childhood Settings – Côté

Autism and Therapies – Getty

Strengths

What is strength-based child and youth care anyway? – Racco

Strengths-based recording – Lithuli

Focus on strengths – Phelan

Is harm reduction a viable choice for kids enchanted with drugs? – Larsen & Brasler

Seven habits of reclaiming relationships – Laursen

Rather than fixing kids – build positive peer cultures – Laursen

The Rest of Canada: Child and Youth Care Work in Rural Communities – Gilberg & Charles

Child Strengths and the Level of Care for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders – Oswald et al

Youth in a difficult world

Child care workers: Catalysts for a future world – Garfat

How to ride a wave when the tide turns – Mbambo

The importance of taking a strength-based perspective – Hewitt

Helping students feel they belong – Hewitt

The problem with problems: Developing polarities and curriculum – Gannon

Theories, approaches and principles of education and treatment – Gannon

Living elsewhere: Stories of successful women who lived in group care as girls – Kreider

Positive peer groups: “Helping others” meets primary developmental needs – Quigley

Walk a mile in my shoes – Bryan & Southern

Learning child and youth care work in context: A case example – Krueger

Restoring self-esteem in adolescent males – Hendel

Easier said than done: Shifting from a risk to a resiliency paradigm – Wolin

Need and risk and how to tell the difference – Artz et al

How we can foster resiliency in children – Berliner & Bernard

Child and Youth Care education: My journey – Coolen

The teacher teaches the curriculum: The teacher is the curriculum – Kirkland

The tools of encouragement – Evans

Resilience: What it is and how children and young people can be helped to develop it – Maclean

Strong families, strong children: A family-focused crime prevention program – Morrison et al

Creating resiliency in urban neighborhoods – Timmermans et al

The resilient brain – Brendtro & Longhurst

From coercive to strength-based intervention: Responding to the needs of children in pain – Brendtro

Controls from within: The enduring challenge – Brendtro & Long

Self-determination – Field

The school as a hub: Best practice model for child and youth work – Kelly

Stress and Self-Care

The Child Care Worker and occupational stress – Whitehead

Burnout – Powis

The visibility and vulnerability of residential work – Staples

Respect in the face of violence: Keeping everybody safe – Smiar

If we are the good guys, why do we feel so bad? – Berman

Staying sane as a child care worker – Gannon

The nature of caring (1) – Wrenn

The nature of caring (2) – Wrenn

Understanding our limitations – Bernstein & Halaszyn

Supervision in helping professions: An individual, group and organizational approach – Hawkins & Shohet

Personal sources of satisfaction – Krueger

Stress and burnout in the field

High stress job

Burn out in child and youth care

Burn-out

Enduring in the field – Garfat

Staying alive – Garfat

Organizational factors contributing to worker frustration: the precursor to burnout – Lewandowski

Understanding and preventing burnout

Occupational stress in child care work – Dillenburger

Report on a self-care camp for staff – Hough

Modelling morale, job satisfaction, retention and training among residential child care personnel – Colton

Taking care of ourselves so we can care for others: A challenge for crisis intervention personnel – Reyes

The importance of self-care – Kostouros & Mclean

Self care – Koroll

“Aggression: Just part of the job?” – The psychological impact of aggression on child and youth workers – Snow

Burnout – Stein

Care Workers and residential care – Knorth et al

Advice to child and youth care staff – Digney

Broken or unsupportive office teams?

Occupational stress for group care personnel – Mattingly

The value and practice of self care – Freeman

Sorrows and lamentations: The force of sadness in Child and Youth Care – Skott-Myhre

Exasperation and inclination – Smart & Digney

Taking care of whole selves – De Monte

Self care and the imagination – Gharabaghi

Success

Developing a sense of the possible – Blankstein and Guetzloe

Factors in success in residential programmes – Donohue

Why try cooperative learning? – Lyman & Foyle

Accountability, failure and success – Charles

Thoughts about success and failure – Charles

Experiencing success is easier than measuring it – Charles

Being my personal best – Vidal

Thinking about success criteria – Gannon

Developing empathy in children and youth – Cotton

A pedagogy of belonging – Beck & Malley

Living elsewhere: Stories of successful women who lived in group care as girls – Kreider

The tools of encouragement – Evans

The perils of planning – Forster

Young children’s emotional development and school readiness

We can’t place ourselves in someone else’s shoes, but we can try – Krueger

Fundamental processes for interventions: Working with high-risk adolescents and their families – Ballantyne et al

Unconditional schools, youth of promise – Lloyd

Self-efficacy and the construction of an optimistic self – Bandura

Andrew – Martin

Experience beyond words: Giving children a voice through poetry writing – Alexander & Shaw-Benson

Ode to joy – McArter

Time management for teams – Yu-Ting Lee & Kleiner

Trying out ways to help

Therapeutic recreation – Roush

Spitting from windmills: The therapeutic value of effective instruction – Valore

How we can better protect children from abuse and neglect – Pelton

Self-regulation and school readiness – Blair

Storytelling – Woodard

Correlates of therapeutic involvement among adolescents in residential drug treatment – Hawke

How adults learn – Muller

Difficult decisions: Lessons learned from one family's story of residential placement – Evans

Adults who were in care

Resilience: What it is and how children and young people can be helped develop it – Maclean

Successful parenting in high-risk neighborhoods – Jarrett

Stats on success of treatment centres/group homes

Hope doesn’t just happen – Pregent

Mind-sets for a happier life – Webber

Climbing Everests at William Gee School – Cook

What do you expect? – Stein

Supervision

Child and Youth Care Practice: The foundation for great supervision – Gilberg & Charles

The good supervisor- Borders

The power in numbers – Charles

Group supervision – Werstlein

Congruence between supervision and practice – Garfat

Support-Education-Training (S.E.T.). A framework for supervision in child and youth care – Garfat

The Supervision Connection – Garfat

Consultation as a complement to the clinical supervision of youth care – Maas & Ney

Leadership in building supervisory relationships – Reinsilber

Teaching and Training as a Facet of Supervision of Care Staff: An overview – Maier

Developmental supervision in residential care – Magnuson & Burger

Evaluation and feedback in supervision – Harris

IPR: Recalling thoughts and feelings in supervision – Cashwell

Some characteristics of a Child and Youth Care approach as they apply to Life Space Supervision – Michael

Life-space supervision – Michael

Parallel process in supervision

Peer consultation as a form of supervision

Supervision models

Selecting the correct frame for supervision – Hilton

Understanding supervision – Hilton

Supervision in addictions counseling: Special challenges and solutions – Juhnke & Culbreth

Supervision in child care – Groning

Supervision: What it means to me – Graves

Peer consultation as a form of supervision – Benshoff

The self as subject in child and youth care supervision – Mann-Feder

Learning to build a “Professional package”: Helping supervisors confront constructively – Delano & Shah

“If I could supervise my supervisor ...” – A model for child and youth care workers to “own their own supervision” – Delano

Lovers and supervisors: Same things – just different? – May

Value-based supervision – Shepard & Freado

Supervisee resistance – Bradley & Gould

Stages of Child and Youth Care Worker Development – Phelan

How do you know if you are a competent Child and Youth Care supervisor? – Phelan

CYC supervision: Some thoughts on developing newer workers – Phelan

The relationship boundaries that control programming – Phelan

Supervising new Child and Youth Care staff – Phelan

Supervising new Child and Youth Care staff – the next three months – Phelan

Ethical training through supervision  – Hanekamp

Talking about ‘getting stuck’ – Vanderheyden

External Supervision – Gharabaghi

Preparation for new supervisors – Mitchell

‘A Time to Reflect’ – Humour within the supervision process – Digney

A little supervisory help – Murray

It’s what you do – Burnison

The Child and Youth Care Workers: Who needs them? – Linton & Forster

Power and empowerment – Gannon

Group supervision and the supervision of teams in residential care: the Slovene experience – Kobolt

The supervisory relationship – Dye

How can staff cope with disruptive children? – Walton

The social work supervisor: Supervision in community, day care and residential settings – Brown & Bourne

The social work supervisor (1) – Brown & Bourne

The social work supervisor (2) – Brown & Bourne

Building Bridges – Reid

Supervision and “The Millennials”: Collaborating to Bridge the Generation Gap – Delano

Supervision Possibilities With Socialized Thinkers – Phelan

Threshold Concepts – Phelan

CYC Supervision: The Growth from Manager to Professional Developer – Phelan

Supervision in Relational Child and Youth Care Practice – Garfat & Freeman

Unusual Challenges in Supervising Child and Youth Care Professionals – Fox

Being in Child Care Supervision: A Renewed Journey into Self – Marshall

About Supervision – Phelan

Reflections of Supervision: The Development of a Growing Child and Youth Care – Batasar-Johnie

Bad Supervisors – Gharabaghi

Supervision in Child and Youth Care: A Personal Reflection on Two Experiences – Deol

The Power of Description – Skott-Myhre

Being a Subject in Supervision Matters – Kavanagh

Is Formal Supervision Necessary? – Steckley

Humour in the Supervisory Relationship – Brown

‘Hanging In’ in Child and Youth Care Supervision – Hann

Socialized thinking and supervision – Phelan

Supervision – A matter of leadership or management? – Carty

Why supervisors should be built from the floor up – Squires

Promoting Reflective Non-Compliance – Gharabaghi

The supervisor’s responsibility and privilege to mentor new practitioners – Biedrzycki

The role of supervision – Moore

It’s all a matter of change – Goodwin

Staff burnout – Lodge

The supervision dance: Two Left Feet – Lodge

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Theories

Supervision models – Leddick

Classroom management – Van Tassell

My introduction to family systems theory – Phelan

Why moral reasoning theory is helpful in Child and Youth Care work – Phelan

Some thoughts on using an ecosystem perspective – Phelan

Thinking theory, doing practice – Winfield

Ethical dilemmas in practice – McLaughlin & Pinkerton

A pedagogy of belonging – Beck & Malley

Articulating a Child and Youth Care approach to family work – Jones

A framework for understanding and practice in residential group care – Anglin

Why theory? – Steckley

Transforming the milieu and lives through the power of activity: theory and practice – VanderVen

Token economies or point and level systems – whatever we call them – let's rethink them! – VanderVen

“All he wants ... ” – VanderVen

Nurturing hidden resilience in troubled youth – Ungar

Mapping change in a child and family centre in Melbourne, Australia – McNamara

Critical components of an anti-oppressive framework – Moore

Exploring class and critical race theory: Rethinking how we/I might have gone wrong in developing the profession – Krueger

Relationships – we have to begin somewhere! – Gannon

Protecting themselves from love – Gannon

Developmental and systemic approaches: The clash of paradigms in group care treatment – Braga

You, me and us – Fewster

Turning myself inside out: My theory of me – Fewster

Attachment and youth at risk – Tomlinson

Over the net: Encouraging win-win solutions through conflict resolution – Addison & Westmoreland

The (potential) ultra-conservatism of resilience theory – Gharabaghi

Working with play – Altman

Unifying values and practice in child and youth care programmes – Vilakazi

Beyond good and evil: Towards an a-moral youth work practice – Skott-Myhre

Theoretical considerations: Recovery work with child victims of sexual abuse – O"Doherty et al

But what of practice? – Hart

Ecological systems theory – Fenske

An attachment-based parenting program for caregivers of severely conduct disordered adolescents – Moretti et al

Matching therapeutic style with developmental level: A guide for child care workers – Oles

Children's participation in Family Group Conference as a resolution model – Strandbu

The biology of behavior: The attachments and affects of adjudicated youth – Boss & Masiker-Nickel

Politics and the language of Child Care – Gudgeon

Articulating a Child and Youth Care approach to family work – Jones

Groups and groupwork – Harte

Praxis – White

Mind-sets for a happier life – Webber

Living more connected lives: Applications of Glasser’s Choice Theory in Child and Youth Care – Freeman

Propaganda with and without Evidence – Magnuson

Child and Youth Care – The enhancement of praxis: Theory to practice or theory vs practice – Edwards and Gaidhu

Therapy

Play therapy – Legault

The use of creative arts in adolescent group therapy – Rambo

Art therapy – Fletcher

Family secrecy: a comparative study of juvenile sex offenders and youth with conduct disorders – Baker

Divisions between behaviour management and therapy: Towards new directions of authority in child and youth care – Vanderwoerd

Residential treatment: A resource for families – Ridgely & Carty

Therapy – Krueger

Aesthetics or therapy in art? – Hemensley & Coates

Outlaw riders: Equine-facilitated therapy with juvenile capital offenders – Moreau

Art therapy on a residential treatment team for troubled children – Mills

What is Milieu Therapy? (1) – Jonsson

What is Milieu Therapy? (2) – Jonsson

Youth in a difficult world: Multisystemic therapy

Talking about ‘getting stuck’ – Vanderheyden

Beyond therapeutic nihilism – Alessi

Wilderness therapy for youth-at-risk – helping troubled teenagers – Rosol

Scientifically based approaches to drug addiction treatment

Therapeutic application of play – Pazaratz

The milieu of real relationships – Weiner

Perception and reality – Rogers

Treatment programs for children with sexually problematic behaviour – Gagnon et al

What is bibliotherapy? – Abdullah

The healthful effects of laughter – Puder

Residential treatment: A co-operative competency based approach to therapy and program design – Durrant

Therapeutic uses of outdoor education – Berman

Prevention of serious and violent juvenile offending – Wasserman et al

Matching therapeutic style with developmental level: A guide for child care workers – Oles

An evaluation of the effectiveness of intervention in families with children with behavioural problems within the context of a Sure Start Programme – Brown & Dillenburger

Integrated therapeutic interactions – Blase & Fixsen

Articulating a Child and Youth Care approach to family work – Jones

Child and Youth Care practice as psychotherapy – Rayment

Care is therapy – Burton

The inpatient basketball group as an alternative to group therapy: Helping the ‘bad boys’ feel good about themselves – Elias & Soth

Healing the wounded child – Niss

Building resilience and hope for the future – Jewitt

Correctional psychology with young offenders in the community: Philosophical musings – Winogron

The process of engaging with young people – Gannon

Perceptions of adolescent sex offenders: From punitive to growth promoting – Charles & Collins

The treatment of adolescent sex offenders: Growth promoting premises of residential care – Charles & Collins

The dynamics of working with sex offenders:  Respect, respect, respect – Charles & Collins

Therapeutic storytelling – Burns

Care, treatment and planned environments – Daltrey

Stop and think: The application of cognitive-behavioral approaches in work with young people – Gabor & Ing

Classroom management – Van Tassell

“Good families don't...”(and other family myths) – Coleman

One child’s smile: Non-verbal approaches to cognitive therapy – Toman & Gray

Further considerations relating to Michael White’s ‘Ritual of Inclusion’ – Epston & Henwood

The EQUIP program: Helping youth see —  really see – the other person – Gibbs et al

Teaching children to manage their tempers – Stein

Opening space: Towards dialogue and discovery – Sanders & Thomson

The therapeutic power of kindness – Long

Through a keyhole: An insight into play therapy – Przybylo

The power of relationship: the theoretical foundation of child-centered play therapy – Przybylo

Beware of the Big Bad Story teller? An exploration of the therapeutic potential of bedtime reading from the perspective of young people and residential workers – Simpson

Canaries in the coal mine – John 

Training

Training for caring – Brennan

What exactly is child and youth care work? – Anglin

Why train youth workers? – Baizerman

A process-oriented in-service training model for child care personnel – Powis

Child and youth care: The transition from student to practitioner – Moscrip & Brown

Training child care workers: Three essentials – Liberatore

Learning: What? How? – Van Weezel & Waaldijk

Three-day wilderness training camp for child and youth work students

Training intervention strategies to promote application of ethics learning in practice settings – Curry

Time for faculty renewal; valuing Child and Youth Care education – Seibel

10 Guidelines for an open system of Education and Training for Child and Youth Workers: (So what else is new?) – VanderVen

Training the untrained – Karth

Power and empowerment – Gannon
Understanding and assessing – Steckley

Dear Student – Winfield

Practicing what we preach: The importance of consistency in staff and youth training initiatives – Schubert

Child and youth care education – Fewster

An evaluation of training in social pedagogy in Slovenia – Kobolt

Assessing learning from the inside-out – Finch

Practica experiences – Liptak

What does a Child and Youth Care practioner look like? – Phelan

Identification of difficult question domains for child and youth care students – Ruttan & Denholm

Self-awareness model for training and application in Child And Youth Care – Ricks

CYC education and the ‘clinical’ debate – Gharabaghi

Preparing Child and Youth Care practitioners for the field – Fraser

How to choose a Child and Youth Care program? An investigation – Magnuson & McGrath

Training professionals working with children in care – Mangan, Nemtzov & Rask

Being competent about competence – Magnuson & Vachon

Promoting Reflective Non-Compliance – Gharabaghi

Power is naturally fearful for supervisors too – Phelan

International online Child and Youth Care education: How to train care worker groups – Rygaard

The supervisor’s responsibility and privilege to mentor new practitioners – Biedrzycki

Swallow Your Pride – Ostrowska

The Accidental Practitioner: 12 Learning Points from the Film “Short Term 12” – Kelly & Curry 

The Circle of Courage and the Supervisory Relationship with Practicum Students – Lam

From Trauma to Resilience – Hotchkin

Transitions

Children and young people leaving care – Cashmore and Mendes

Leaving care – Kennedy

Adolescent transitions – Borgen & Amundson

Notes on change, transformation and transition – Winfield

Leaving residential placement: A guide to intervention – Mann-Veder & Garfat

Transitions into residential placements

Making more sense of transitions – Smart

Child and youth care: The transition from student to practitioner -  Moscrip & Brown

Transitions from public care to independence – Munro et al

Transitions – Smith

More than a game: Eight transition lessons chess teaches – Kennedy

Oregon initiative for reintegrating adjudicated youth – Lehman

The next twenty-four months – Gray et al

Helping at-risk youth make the school-to-work transition – Lowry

When it’s hard to leave home – Peterson

Heavy mettle: Stories of transition for delinquent youth – Yellin et al

Investing in termination: intervening with youth in the transition to independent living – Mann-Feder & White

Transition to adulthood?

One family’s adventures in transition – Harmon

Transitions – Perry

Self-determination: An essential element of successful transitions – Field & Hoffman

Vulnerable populations and the transition to adulthood – Osgood et al

On a new schedule: Transitions to adulthood and family change – Furstenberg

The logic of chronos: Age-based and other mandated transitions – Hare

What’s going on with young people today? The long and twisting path to adulthood – Settersten & Ray

Programs and policies to assist high school dropouts in the transition to adulthood – Bloom

Parents’ role in transition for handicapped youth – an overview – Kerka

Best practices in transition programs for youth – Deschenes & Clark

The impact of providing a continuum of care in the – Chittleburgh

Home alone – Evans

The loss of innocence – Laidlaw

To see or not to see: Hidden in plain view – Smart & Digney

Peering behind the invisibility cloak – Smart & Digney

I can see clearer now: Hoping for hope – Digney & Smart

18 to 23: The time(s) of your life – L. Digney

Transition – Freeman

Supporting young people’s experience of preparing to leave children’s homes to live independently: Implications for leadership – a view from practice – O'Brien

Udayan Care’s (Sunshine Homes) After Care Program: Successful transitions from children’s home to independence – Modi et al

Ready or not: Youth aging out of care – Wiseman

Transitions and early learning – McGrath

How to Prepare the Ideal Agency Exit Strategy – Almaoui & Delano

Ready or Not: Youth Aging Out of Care – Wiseman

Treatment

Care, treatment and planned environments – Daltrey

Essential components in care and treatment environments for children – Maier

Residential treatment: A resource for families – Ridgeley & Carty

Treatment of deprived children (1) – Wolff

Treatment of deprived children (2) – Wolff

Treatment programs for children with sexually problematic behaviour – Gagnon et al

Family treatment in residential homes (1) – Lasson

Family treatment in residential homes (2) – Lasson

The Treatment Plan – Phelan

Intensive treatment

Developing effective residential treatment for youth

Youth treatment as brutal 'tough love' – Chen

Difficult decisions: Lessons learned from one family's story of residential placement – Evans

Art therapy on a residential treatment team for troubled children – Mills

Perceptions of adolescent sex offenders: From punitive to growth promoting – Charles & Collins

The treatment of adolescent sex offenders: Growth promoting premises of residential care – Charles & Collins

The dynamics of working with sex offenders: Respect, respect, respect – Charles & Collins

Straining the ties that bind: Limits on parent-child contact in out-of-home care – Friesen et al

Youth in a difficult world

Treatment foster care and relationships: Understanding the role of therapeutic alliance between youth and treatment parent – Rauktis et al

Parenting attitudes and moral development of treatment foster parents: Implications for training and supervision – Richardson et al

The changing character of residential child care – Whittaker

Organizational tenets and actions – Krueger

Child and Youth Care organization – Krueger

Scientifically based approaches to drug addiction treatment

The utility of residential treatment programs in the prevention and management of juvenile delinquency – Billick & Mack

The unacceptable face of behaviourism – Elliot

If we are the good guys, why do we feel so bad? – Berman

Four complexities in residential treatment of juvenile offenders – Heintzelman

Supervision in addictions counseling: Special challenges and solutions – Juhnke & Culbreth

Adolescent substance abuse disorders: From acute treatment to recovery management – White et al

"Out of control": A youth perspective on secure treatment and physical restraint – Raychaba

Attacking crime or kids? Juvenile Justice at the crossroads – Larson

Rejected youth in residential treatment: social affiliation and peer group configuration – Hoff et al

Teaching children to manage their tempers – Stein

Spirituality in rehabilitation counselor education: A pilot survey – Green

Abbott and Costello meet the multi-disciplinary team – Demers & Gudgeon

Crystal methamphetamine – Lee

Thoughts on being – Schreier

Creative treatment planning at a home for troubled adolescents – Davis

From yesterday and today into tomorrow – or Henry, Fritz and friends – Garfat

Treating problem children – Hoghughi et al

Quirky brilliance in residential care and treatment – Gharabaghi

The multi-armed bandit algorithm – Magnuson & Healey

What of diagnosis and drugs? – Skott-Myhre

Children’s Treatment for Mental Health Issues – Okpara Rice and Gabe Howard

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Voices of Youth

Youth as activists in the United States – Whittaker et al

The voices of youth – Charles

Frame by frame: the lost voices from Britain’s urban hell – Briggs

Help the young make their voices heard – Blake

Alone and far from home: In the care system – Saddington

Home is where I wanna be ...

Don't make a secret of being in care – Akinsanya

Experience beyond words: Giving children a voice through poetry writing – Alexander & Shaw-Benson

They can’t stop me – Stoltie

A lasting change – Norman

Growing up in prison – Rios

My name is Sarah

My name is Michael

The person behind the file number – Lay

Shelley's story

My name is Tommy

Trading power for trust – Coffey

My name is Kevyn

A new start

American hero(es) – Valore

My journey: From care to college – Thomas

From down-and-out to up-and-coming – Gauthier

Balance of power: Making sure youths are seen  and heard – Nation & Stevenson

Kids on the street they have something to say: Survey of runaway and homeless youth – Kufeldt & Nimmo

From peer deviance to peer helping – Longhurst & McCord

Confessions of a dead girl – Chantel

Where is home? The voice of children and young persons

The next sunny day – Sampson

I am my own hero

Thinking on good things – Hysten

From a young person’s perspective: Towards a better residential care system for youth – Chung

Transitioning from care to independence in provincial South Africa – Van Der Westhuizen & Valentine

More voices from autism in school – Marshall

Voices of Youth – Freado,Crisp, Sverdrup & Riefle

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Youth Crime and Juvenile Justice

Giving crime victims a voice and holding offenders accountable – Emerson

The state of juvenile justice in Malawi – Stapleton

The juvenile court in the 21st century – Shepherd

Finding depression behind aggression – McKay

Attacking crime or kids? Juvenile Justice at the crossroads – Larson

Assistant Probation Officers: A desperate and definite need – Kassan

A probation officer at a One-stop Child Justice Centre – Du Plessis

Trying out ways to help – Hilvers et al

Child sex offenders: Legal reform for better or worse? – Ehlers

Oregon initiative for reintegrating adjudicated youth – Lehman

Youth violence: Facts and findings in the US

Adolescent sexual offenders – an overview – Charles & McDonald

Following the Morning Star: An integrated young offender program – Dissel

Outlaw riders: Equine-facilitated therapy with juvenile capital offenders – Moreau

The causes and correlates of delinquency – Thornberry et al

Strong families, strong children: A family-focused crime prevention program – Morrison et al

Kids in trouble or troubled kids? – Hayes

Thinking outside the box – Bezuidenhout

A community approach to reducing risk factors – Chibnall & Abbruzzese

The wood for the trees – Gannon

A small country’s big efforts at law and policy reform – Mezmur

National implications in juvenile justice: The influence of juvenile mentoring programs on at risk youth – Belshaw & Kritsonis

Focus on after-school time for violence prevention – Patten & Robertson

Helpful juvenile detention – Roush

Restricting or educating? – Roush

Adolescent development and delinquency – Roush

Count us in! A family and professional collaboration – Mankey et al

Keeping adolescents out of prison – Steinberg & Haskins

Understanding the female offender – Cauffman

From pessimism to youth policies based on hope – Calhoun

The rhetoric of youth crime prevention – Gharabaghi

Adolescent offenders with mental disorders – Grisso

Prevention and intervention programs for juvenile offenders – Greenwood

Sustained, intensive television? – Ingwerson

Juvenile justice reform from a developmental approach – Van Antwerp

Issues of Equality and Justice Affect us All – Rice

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