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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Psychological perspectives in multi-agency working.
About the contributors
Facilitating effective working in multi-agency co-located teams
What needs to be put in place at an operational level to enable an integrated children's service to produce desired outcomes?
Collaborative working across children's services: Where are we now?
Gillian Barclay & Claire Kerr
New ways of working and new ways of being: Multi-agency working and professional identity
Multi-agency teams: Why should working together make everything better?
Psychodynamic theories and the 'science of relationships' (Bion): A rich resource for professional practice in children's services
Every team matters: The contribution educational psychology can make to effective teamwork
Andrea Dennison, Caoimhe McBay & Chris Shaldon
Effective multi-agency working: A grounded theory of 'high profile' casework that resulted in a positive outcome for a young person in public care
Jackie Dearden & Andy Miller
Series: Educational and Child Psychology