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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 30 No 4 December 2013: Strength-based Practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 30 No 4 December 2013: Strength-based Practice

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Strength-based Practice.




About the Contributors

Guest Editorial: Strength-based Practice
Nick Bozic & Andy Miller

Promoting mental health and resilience through strength-based assessment in US schools
Amanda B. Nickerson & Callen E. Fishman

Developing a strength-based approach to educational psychology practice: A multiple case study
Nick Bozic

Listening to the voices of young carers using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis and a strengths-based perspective
Georgina Doutre, Rob Green & Anne Knight-Elliott

The relationship between strengths in youth and bullying experiences at school
Jessica Franks, Edward Rawana & Keith Brownlee

Children as researchers: An Appreciative Inquiry with primary-aged children to improve 'Talking and Listening' activities in their class
Oonagh Davies & Anna Lewis

Developing our cultural strengths: Using the 'Tree of Life' strength-based, narrative therapy intervention in schools, to enhance self-esteem, cultural understanding and to challenge racism
Mala German

Strengths-based approaches in multi-agency meetings: The development of theory and practice
Tracey Colville

Using Appreciative Inquiry to facilitate organisational change and develop professional practice within an Educational Psychology Service
Caroline Doggett & Anna Lewis


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