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This article describes the development of two parenting groups – Nurturing Attachments (Golding, 2014) and Foundations for Attachment (Golding, 2017). Both programmes are informed by the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) model developed by Dan Hughes in the USA (Hughes, 2011; Hughes,...
Looked after children have frequently experienced complex developmental trauma manifesting as behavioural, cognitive and emotional challenges and difficulties in forming secure relational attachments to caregivers. Nurturing Attachments training was developed specifically to support carers who...
This article presents a critical review of research into post-adoption support in educational settings using a rigorous systematic methodology. This is an important topic as effective support services at every stage can be transformative to adopted children’s school experiences and achievements....
While foster carers experience the rewards and challenges of parenting vulnerable and complex adolescents, some of these placements break down. Compared to research into the impact of placement breakdown on looked after children, there are relatively limited reports on how foster carers are...
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