ISSN 1356-7500 (Print); ISSN 1365-2206 (Online)
Special issue: parental engagement with services when children may be at risk, May 2012
Platt, Dendy; Turney, Danielle
Parental resistance and social worker skills: towards a theory of motivational social work
Forrester, Donald; Westlake, David; Glynn, Georgia
Gaining the trust of ‘highly resistant’ families: insights from attachment theory and research
Shemmings, David; Shemmings, Yvonne; Cook, Alice
Understanding parental engagement with child welfare services: an integrated model
A relationship‐based approach to engaging involuntary clients: the contribution of recognition theory
Engaging fathers in child welfare services: a narrative review of recent research evidence
Maxwell, Nina; Scourfield, Jonathan; Featherstone, Brid; Holland, Sally; Tolman, Richard
Family‐centred residential care: the new reality?
Geurts, Esther M. W.; Boddy, Janet; Noom, Marc J.; Knorth, Erik J.
Assessment: when does it help and when does it hinder? Parents' experiences of the assessment process
Engaging with children's and parents' perspectives on domestic violence
Stanley, Nicky; Miller, Pam; Richardson Foster, Helen
‘I think I do have strategies’: lawyers' approaches to parent engagement in care proceedings
Engaging parents of suicidal youth in a rural environment
Slovak, Karen; Singer, Jonathan B.
Incorporating multi‐family days into parenting assessments: the Writtle Wick model
Crossing no man's land: a specialist support service for parents with learning disabilities
Tarleton, Beth; Porter, Sue
‘I'm just a mother. I'm nothing special, they're all professionals’: parental advocacy as an aid to parental engagement
Featherstone, Brid; Fraser, Claire
‘I am part of every decision’: client perceptions of engagement within a supportive housing child welfare programme
Farrell, Anne F.; Luján, Melissa L.; Britner, Preston A.; Randall, Kellie G.; Goodrich, Samantha A.