These are resources that are related directly to projects hosted or facilitated by the Family Potential Knowledge Exchange.
Tew J., Morris K., White S., FeatherstoneB. & Fenton S-J., (2016) “What has happened to ‘Think Family’ – challenges and achievements in implementing family inclusive practice”, Pavilion Annual Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Work, Volume 1: p. 59-64
The yearbook contains contributions from a number of authors who have been part of the ESRC Knowledge Exchange, including: Moira Fraser – A change in the law doesn’t always mean a change in real lives: making whole family approaches a reality; Ragni Whitlock and Estelle Rapsey – Children should be seen and heard in adult mental health services; Frank Burbach – Co-working in pairs enables effective whole family sessions; Louise Wardale – Keeping the family in mind: working together in Liverpool to implement a programme of innovation and change; and Mary Donaghy – Think Family, Northern Ireland.
Langston, J. (2016) Invisible Fathers; A study exploring the pilot of Mellow Dads Parenting Programme in Her Majesty’s Prison Oakwood
Tew, J, Plumridge, G, Nicholls, V and Clarke, H (2014), Whole family approaches to reablement in mental health – Scoping of current practice
Tew, J, Plumridge, G, Nicholls, V and Clarke, H (2014), Whole family approaches to reablement in mental health: Summary of findings