Safeguarding

Working with fathers of at-risk children – Children and Youth Services Review

Working with fathers of at-risk children: Insights from a qualitative process evaluation of an intensive group-based intervention

By Jonathan Scourfield a,⁎, Clare Allely b, Amanda Coffey a, Peter Yates c

a Cardiff University, UK

b UniversityofSalford,UK
c EdinburghNapierUniversity,UK

This research suggests some of the ways in which working with fathers from families at risk or subject to child protection procedures might be particularly challenging, not least given the limited opportunities such fathers might have to practise parenting.

Worth a read though study indicates: “more qualitative process studies are needed …

Read full article at source via ScienceDirect – Children and Youth Services Review:

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