Publications and Articles
Safeguarding Children Living with Trauma and Family Violence: Evidence-Based Assessment, Analysis and Planning Interventions
Arnon Bentovim, Antony Cox, Liza Bingley Miller and Stephen Pizzey
Paperback: £24.99, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 352pp
The book offers a systematic approach to evidence-based assessment and planning for children living with trauma and family violence and shows how to assess and analyse the needs of the child, make specialist assessments where there are continuing safeguarding concerns and plan effective, child-centred and outcome-focused interventions.
You will find more details on the Jessica Kingsley Publishers website.
Hope for Children and Families: Targeting Abusive Parenting and the Associated Impairment of Children
Arnon Bentovim (Child and Family Training) & Ian Elliott (The Lucy Faithfull Foundation and Justice Centre for Research, Pennsylvania State University). Published online: 24 January 2014.
Hope for Children and Families: A Resource Manual of Modular Systemic Interventions
There are a growing number of evidence based approaches targeting abusive and neglectful parenting, however they require extensive training, and are available to few children and families. Hope for Children and Families empowers practitioners to integrate Evidence based approaches into their every day work. This article describes the background and application to a case.
Hope for Children and Families: An evidence based resource pack for frontline practitioners targeting abusive and neglectful parenting and impairment of children’s health and development
Hope for Children and Families, Modular Systemic Intervention is an evidence based resource pack designed for work with children and young people and their parents and carers to prevent abusive and neglectful parenting and the associated impairment of children’s health and development. The manual is aimed at all practitioners whose roles are to provide interventions to children and families. Published in the February 2014 issue of Context: The magazine for family therapy and systemic practice.