Therapeutic Approaches in Work with Traumatized Children and Young People: Theory and Practice

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Acknowledgements

This book is based upon the work of a staff group at the Cotswold Community from 1994–2000. I would like to thank and acknowledge the following people.

The senior therapeutic practitioners who were members of the group at different times. The following people contributed thoughts, questions, principles and therapeutic approaches that are described in this book:

Jennifer Browner, Liz Buffham, Angus Burnett, Nicky Dillon, Sean Dunne, Jim Hamil, Stuart Hannah, Vanessa Haughey, Susan Holroyd, Debbie Hopper, Jill Huntley, Niall Kelly, Stephen Lund, Shelagh Molloy, Lillian Morris, Theresa Salter and Jaana Virtanen.

John Whitwell who was the principal throughout the period this work is based upon. Peter Millar, Pat Hancock, Kay Malko and Chris Knight who were the senior management team during this time. Through effective leadership and management, this team provided the necessary conditions in which therapeutic work could take place.

Mark Thomas, a colleague whom I worked with at the comminuty, for his enthusiasm and for planting the idea of publication.

I would like to acknowledge the legacy of Barbara Dockar-Drysdale who was consultant child psychotherapist to the Community for 20 years, and who established the work of the group described in this book. Paul van Heeswyk followed Dockar-Drysdale in this role and was consultant to the group throughout the six-year period this book is based upon. I would like to thank him for his ability to be receptive, thoughtful and optimistic.

Dave Forrest, Director of Children's Services, NCH–South West Region, who has supported the publication of this book and the use of material that derived from the Community.

Mary Walsh and Andrew Constable, chief executive and managing director of SACCS, my employer. SACCS has supported the work that has been necessary to develop and edit the book. Terry Philpot who has given thoughtful advice on the text, improving its clarity.

Finally, but not least, I would like to thank my wife Georgia for her support, our children Patsy and Daniel, and my parents June and Don – 'Home is where we start from.' (Winnicott 1986)

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