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  • 1.   A Different Description of Trauma: A Wider Systemic Perspective--A personal insight

    This article offers the authors personal views based on her experience of working with families affected by the Troubles.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 167-184 2004
    Arlene Healey

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  • 2.   A national survey of community psychiatric nurses and their client care activities in Ireland

    This study aimed to identify the predominant approaches to care used by community psychiatric nurses and the theoretical bases of their practice

    J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, Vol: 14 Page: 179-88 April 2007
    J. McCardle; K. Parahoo; H. McKenna

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  • 3.   Day service programmes for people with a severe intellectual disability and quality of life: Parent and staff perspectives

    This study examines the contributions of a community and campus based day programme to the quality of life of programme participants with a severe level of intellectual disability from the perspective of parents and staff.

    J Intellect Disabil, Vol: 12 Page: 153-72 June 2008
    E. Hartnett; P. Gallagher; G. Kiernan; C. Poulsen; E. Gilligan; M. Reynolds

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  • 4.   Learning disability among referrals to a community child psychiatric service

    The aim of this study was to describe the frequency of learning disability (IQ < 70) among referrals over a period of six years to a community child psychiatric service in a socially disadvantaged area of Dublin

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 22 Page: 19-21 2005
    Ciaran S. Clarke; Brian Houlihan

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  • 5.   Linden services for children--extern: A holisitic approach in working with young people with challenging behaviours and their families

    This article is a description of the service that is provided by "Linden Services for Children" and how this fulfils the requirements of both the Children (NI) Order 1995 and the Criminal Justice (Children) Order 1998

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 169-178 2006
    Angela Devlin

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  • 6.   Supporting families with a mentally ill parent: European perspectives on interagency cooperation

    This article discusses policies and practices in several European countries concerning interactions between child welfare and community mental health services in meeting the needs of children with mentally ill parents

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 10 Page: 351-365 2001
    Rachael Hetherington; Karen Baistow

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  • 7.   When Trauma Goes On

    This article discusses the approach employed by the NOVA service in helping people manage the impacts of specific and continuous traumas.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 185-191 2004
    Martin Murphy

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  • 8.   Working with a Child Exposed to Community and Domestic Violence in Northern Ireland: An Illustrated Case Example

    This case report discusses the author's multi-modal therapeutic practice with a 7-year-old boy referred to the Family Trauma Centre, following paramilitary assaults on his father.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 193-203 2004
    Stephen Coulter

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