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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Re-Rooted Lives: Inter-Diciplinary Work within the Criminal Justice System isbn 9781846610479

Rooted Sorrows

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ISBN13: 9780853083962
ISBN: 0853083967
New Edition ISBN: 9781846610479
Published: January 1997
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



A collection of essays drawn largely from the papers of the conference held at Dartington Hall in 1995. The conference sought to assess the role, impact and importance of child psychology and psychoanalysis on the outcome of child protection cases.

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Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
First session: The impact of psychoanalytical practice on the family justice system, Lord Justice Thorpe
Some aspects of theories of the mind - a psychodynamic perspective: how might they help a judge? Dr Brian Jacobs
first plenary session - discussion. Second session: Child abuse, Dr Judith Trowell
Issues arising from the involvement of and expert evidence given by psychiatrists and psychologists in proceedings involving children, Mr Justice Wall
second plenary session - discussion
Response to Mr Justice Wall's paper, Dr Anne Zachary. Third Session: Assessment of parenting, Dr Roger Kennedy
third plenary session - discussion. Fourth session: Child psychotherapy - what is it? who does it? how can it be useful? Trudy Klauber
Assessment of risk, Donald Campbell
fourth plenary session - discussion. Fifth session: Childhood and social order, Dr Clifford Yorke
fifth plenary session - discussion. Sixth session: Children who sexually abuse other children, Dr Jill Hodge et al
conference review by the Rt Hon. Lady Justice Buttler-Sloss. Additional paper: Bad parenting and pseudo parenting, Dr Patrick Gallwey. Appendices: conference programmes
list of participants
a social services view of the Darlington conference, Brian Waller
members of the president's interdisciplinary committee.