Case study: direct work to understand a child’s inner world
Author: Eleanor Hagardon-Lowe
Publication Date: 19 February 2015
This case study forms part of Community Care Inform’s Quick guide: Attachment – how do we assess it? In order to ensure anonymity, names have been changed and content adapted. Case details Mariella, aged seven, currently shares residence with both parents, as ordered by the court. When Mariella was two, her mother moved back to […]
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