Parental Mental health and Child Welfare Work Volume 1

 
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Research has established the potential direct and indirect impacts of mental illness on parenting, the parent-child relationship, and the child, and the extent to which this poses a public health challenge. Problems with how adult and children's services understand and deliver support to parents with mental health problems and their children have also been identified. In contrast, far less is known about how parents with mental health difficulties and their children can be supported successfully. The primary aim of Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Work Volume 1: A Pavilion Annual 2016 is to begin to address this gap in research by capturing different perspectives (policy, research, professional and family) about what constitutes success and the contributions that lead to success. The annual will, share this information, tools and resources, in ways that are accessible, useful, and usable by, the broad range of professional groups involved in this complex area of practice. Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Work Volume 1: A Pavilion Annual 2016 forms the first volume of Pavilion's new Annual series, which act as a yearly update on key research, policy developments and practice innovations, in the UK and elsewhere.

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Dr Marie Diggins Marie has enjoyed a long career in social work, multi-disciplinary mental health services management, research and practice development. Marie has been a registered social worker for 25 years. After qualifying in 1989 Marie worked for the London Borough of Lewisham and South London and Maudsley Mental Health NHS Trust until 2002. During this period Marie held a variety of positions including; generic social worker, specialist mental health practitioner and between 1995 to 2002 mental health integrated services manager. She is an experienced trainer and has co-trained alongside parents, children and other professionals. In 2002 Marie joined the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) as a practice development manager progressing to senior practice development in 2007. Marie worked with key stakeholders (government departments, health and social care staff, academics and service users and carers) to identify innovative approaches to embedding evidence about what works in health and social care in different practice settings. She made particular contributions to SCIE's mental health strategy and resources. These include Think child, think parent, think family: a guide to parental mental health and child welfare. This Guide was first published in 2009 and has continued to be of relevance for both policy and practice development. Marie led the development of SCIE's regional profile. She was involved with SCIE's digital production since its inception in 2007 and is experienced in the development of content for eLearning, film and other digital products. Marie contributed to Integration step by step, SCIE's digital resource to support integrated working, drawing on her understanding of practice development, practice contexts and multi-disciplinary working environments. Marie has extensive experience in practice analysis and research including gathering and analysing diverse stakeholder perspectives. Her Phd 'What works: Researching success in parental mental health and child welfare work' (Anglia Ruskin University, 2014) focuses on different perspectives of success and identifying the contributions that parents, children and the different professionals working with them (social workers, mental health workers, teachers) make to promote child and family resilience. Marie left SCIE in 2014 and is now working independently as a part-time freelance consultant. Education and Training Ph.D, Anglia Ruskin University, Title "What works": Researching success in parental mental heath and child welfare work (2008-2014) MSc in Social Work, London South Bank University (1995) Post Graduate Diploma: Innovation in Mental Health Work, London School of Economics and Political Science (1993) Certificate and Qualification for Social Work (CQSW), Croydon College (1989) Diploma in Applied Social Science, Croydon College (1989). Contributors Monica Kizza Survivor/parent Adrian Falkov Director Redbank House child adolescent and family mental health service and senior staff specialist Westmead Hospital Paul Ross Senior Information Specialist, Social Care Institute for Excellence Louise Wardale Keeping the Family in Mind Coordinator, Barnardo's Action with Young Carers Liverpool Carol Bernard Director of Commissioning, Merseycare, NHS Trust Hugh Constant Practice Development Manager, The Social Care Institute for Excellence Professor Jo Aldridge Director of the Young Carers Research Group, Loughborough University Professor Nicky Stanley School of Social Work - University of Central Lancashire Professor Shula Ramon Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Hertfordshire Andy Quin Social Work Consultant and PhD Researcher, Anglia Ruskin University Dr Joanna Fox Senior Lecturer Education and Social Care Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education Anglia Ruskin University Dr. Jane Akister Reader in Social Work Facu

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