Table of contents for A child and youth care approach to working with families / Thom Garfat.


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i Foreword 
vii Preface 
1 Introduction 
A Child and Youth Care 
Approach to Working 
Thom Garfat 
Kelly Shaw 
Thom Garfat 
Mark Krueger 
Jack Phelan 
Gerry Fewster 
Grant Charles 
Holly Charles 
with Families 
CONTENTS 
Working with Families: Developing a Child 
and Youth Care Approach 
From Front Line to Family Home: A Youth Care Approach 
to Working with Families 
Interactive Youth and Family Work 
Child and Youth Care Family Support Work 
My Place or Yours? Inviting the Family into Child 
and Youth Care Practice 
Guidelines in Child and Youth Care Family Work: 
A Case Story 95
117 Knowing: The Critical Error of Ethics in Family Work 
Frances Ricks 
Gerrard Bellefeuille 
Activity-Oriented Family-Focused Child and Youth Work 
in Group Care: Integrating Streams of Thought 
133 into a River of Progress 
Karen VanderVen 
What About the Dads? Issues and Possibilities 
of Working with Men from a Child 
151 and Youth Care Perspective 
Mark Smith 
The Development of a Parent Support Group as a Means 
of Initiating Family Involvement 
171 in a Residential Program 
Heather Modlin 
Finding Identity in Family Work: Community Child Care 
Workers in Ireland 193 
Niall C. McElwee 
Moving to Youth Care Family Work 
in Residential Programs: A Supervisor's Perspective 
213 on Making the Transition 
Mark Hill 
Thom Garfat




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Problem children Institutional care, Problem children Family relationships, Problem youth Institutional care, Problem youth Family relationships, Family social work, Problem families Services for