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Assessing Adoptive and Foster Parents

Improving Analysis and Understanding of Parenting Capacity. Combining theory and practice guidance for professionals, this is a guide to assessing foster or adoptive parents. Contributors are David Howe, Joanne Alper, Dr John Simmonds, Kim Golding, Daniel Hughes, Ben Gurney-Smith, Jon Baylin


CairnsMoir Connections

CairnsMoir Connections, a UK organisation, based in Scotland, offer conference bookstalls, online sales and resource signposting for those living or working with children impacted by trauma.

Jan Ross “DDP: An Adopter’s Perspective”. DDP UK Conference Birmingham 10-11 Nov 2014

Jan gave a parent’s experience of DDP therapy and therapeutic parenting of a child with complex needs both within a therapy session and during her daughter’s day to day life. Jan touched on ways that she and her daughter keep the lines of communication open when the spoken word is sometimes not possible.

Adoption UK

Our purpose is to provide support and give a voice to adoptive families.

The Yellow Kite

The Yellow Kite is set up to advocate for children and young people who have been misunderstood and misinterpreted in our schools and communities for too long.

The Adoption Social

The Adoption Social is created and lead by those in adoption and those experiencing and living with adoption in their lives.

The Open Nest

The Open Nest is a creative, forward thinking charitable project born from personal experiences of the adoption and long term fostering of traumatised children.

Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP): A framework for Therapeutic Intervention and Parenting

This is a publication of the Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Children, Young People and Their Families. The review's mission is to promote and share good quality clinical writing and research within the field of child, adolescent and family clinical psychology by publishing annual themed editions expressing a range of views and ideas and research around a pertinent topic. The authors of this paper are all Chartered/Registered Psychologists, Therapists and DDP Practitioners and Consultants who either work in the NHS or Independent Practice.

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