Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 18 No 1
In this issue, we present the usual mix of peer-reviewed articles, commentaries and book reviews. We lead with an article which argues that children in care 'need adults who care for them to help them to know and accept love by overcoming their barriers against it.' The next issue, with a reflective theme, will be published to coincide with the 20th Scottish Institute of Residential Child Care conference on 4-5 June.
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Peer reviewed articles
|Youth Engagement and Participation in a Child and Youth Care Context||Lindsay Sinclair, Melissa Vieira, Vanessa Zufelt|
|The Taboo of Love for children in care: its emergence through the transference relationship and in the system around the child||Angela Evans|
Commentary, reflections and other articles
|Layers of Healing Care||Shona Quin|
|Enduring principles in a changing world||Melissa Hunt|
|Trauma Informed Care for Adverse Childhood Experiences among Out-of-Home-Care Children - Developing an understanding through Case Studies from India||Kiran Modi, Kakul Hai|
|Children, Autonomy and the Courts: Beyond the Right to be Heard||Robert Porter|
|ACEs in the Shadows – Understanding Adverse Childhood||Mike Findlay|