Mental health

Understanding the impact of trauma, bereavement and loss can change young lives

Our Lives with Others: An evaluation of trauma, bereavement and loss developments at HMYOI Polmont

This report reports on a study conducted by CYCJ and the School of Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Strathclyde, funded by The Robertson

Secure care national project calls for action

Secure Care in Scotland: Looking Ahead

Secure care is the most intensive and restrictive form of alternative care in Scotland.  Though the numbers of children and young people secured each year

Healing Trauma and Managing Violence Risk through Relationships – Lessons from Dyadic Developmental Practice: Psychotherapy and Parenting (DDP)

Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) is a model which may offer services permission to focus on the provision of safe, nurturing and coherent responses to the

Communicating with Young People with Learning Disabilities

Young people with learning disabilities are at risk of being disadvantaged in the youth justice and criminal justice systems if they do not have the

National Youth Justice Conference 2016 – resource overview

At this year’s National Youth Justice Conference in Dundee on June 15 and 16, delegates came together to learn, share ideas and best practice, and

Professor Bill Lindsay and Jennifer van der Zwet – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016

Professor Bill Lindsay (Forensic and Clinical Psychologist, Danshell Healthcare)  and Jennifer van der Zwet (Falkirk Council) both presented on ‘Young People with Learning Disabilities who

Max Rutherford – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016

Max Rutherford (Criminal Justice Programme Manager, Barrow Cadbury Trust) spoke on the Transition to Adulthood (T2A) initiative at the National Youth Justice Conference 2016,

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