Today the Welsh Government published the evaluation of the Enhanced Case Management approach.
This is the application of our Trauma Recovery Model to the complex Youth Justice cases.
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On Wednesday this week, Julie Rix published an article in The Guardian about the Enhanced Case Management approach to complex cases in Youth Justice.
The approach is underpinned by and applies our Trauma Recovery Model (TRM) to help young people engage with interventions and deal with their pasts.
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Ever felt lost for what to do next with a child or young person? Wondering what on earth you can do to make a difference?
Wouldn’t it be great to have map to show you the way?
Well now there’s a model which brings together needs, behaviour and interventions. It also takes account of development and suggests the sequence in which interventions should be applied.
We are proud to announce that our theory paper on the Trauma Recovery Model (TRM) is finally in print!
The Prison Service Journal published it this week.
To download the journal for FREE just click here.
Scroll down to page 16 for the start of the paper.
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Children in the care and youth justice systems need help. But some are so damaged it can feel like an impossible task.
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We have contributed a chapter to this new book.
Blurb: Healing the Hidden Hurts is a unique collection of professional and personal responses to the challenges that arise in supporting children with attachment difficulties and their families.
The book was the brain-child of colleagues from the Attachment Network Wales and is out now.
“…if I were to recommend and book on the subject of how attachment affects children, as well as excellent suggestions for healing, this is the book.” (Nancy Verrier – author)
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Every now and again something new comes along that changes things significantly.
In my view, right now that thing is our new understanding of how brain function is affected by abuse.
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We now know that children who have suffered maltreatment in their early years, have a lot more than bad memories to deal with.
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There is some information under the “About” and “Training” menus.
Thanks again for your interest in the TRM!
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