Child Protection and Adult Mental Health: Conflict of Interest?

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Amy Weir, Anthony Douglas
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999 - Medical - 211 pages
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The first practical book to show how professionals can bridge the gap between the conflicting needs of a child and its parents with mental health problems. The emphasis is on effective professional, interdisciplinary collaboration. A range of issues are analysed, taking into consideration the different professional perspectives. This book offers clear guidance to those at the sharp end of child protection whether in the community or in institutional settings.

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Definitely a conflict of interest! I mean, "Anthony Douglas & Child Protection"...
Wake up Britain!

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