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Consulting to a medium-term residential childrens' home: A proposed model

  • Stephen Isaacs (a1)
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There is a trend for new consultant posts in child psychiatry to be linked to Social Services Departments. I recently took up such a post, with four of my sessions funded by the local Social Services Department. Training of child psychiatrists for such consultative posts is variable, but I was fortunate to have trained as a senior registrar at the Tavistock Clinic, where one of the training options was a link with Camden Social Services through a placement at Camden Assessment Centre.

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1 Caplan, G. (1959) Concepts of Mental Health Consultation. United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare Children's Bureau.
2 Lask, J & Lask, B. (1981) Child Psychiatry and Social Work. London & New York: Tavistock.
3 Kearney, J. (1986) A time for differentiation. The use of a systems approach with adolescents in community-based agencies. Journal of Adolescence, 9, 243256.
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Consulting to a medium-term residential childrens' home: A proposed model

  • Stephen Isaacs (a1)
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