Dan Hughes, Clinical Psychologist, from U.S.A., is the originator of dyadic developmental psychotherapy (DDP) and also attachment-focused family therapy. He is an internationally acclaimed therapist and author of ground-breaking books on attachment and emotional recovery.
Looks at evidence around methods for capturing the impact of social work interventions.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 11 Jun 2018
Explores the evidence around integrated assessment in children's services, including children's and families' experiences of the assessment process, good practice, electronic information systems, data protection, privacy and the potential impacts of surveillance.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 22 May 2018
A tool that provides a framework for open, honest conversations about partnerships.
Published in Tools on 17 Jan 2018
An informal discussion was held at Serenity Cafe in Edinburgh on the subject. Stuart Muirhead from Iriss offers his reflections on the discussion, which was chaired by Maggie Mellon.
Published in Features on 8 Dec 2017
Neil Mapes, Chief Executive at Dementia Adventure, describes the benefits of outdoor activities.
Jaynie Mitchell, Director at Inspiring Inclusion (Scotland) shares the experience of her own family of accessing appropriate services and support for her son who was diagnosed with autism as a child.
Don Williamson, ISBA President, explains the background to the biennial ISBA conference.
Published in Videos on 4 Feb 2016
Edwina Grant talks to Christine Gordon and Karen Wallace of Adapt Scotland about caring for those who care for children who exhibit violent or aggressive behaviour.
Published in Iriss.fm on 18 Sep 2015
Bobath Scotland Chief Executive Stephanie Fraser talks to Michael McEwan about Bobath Therapy, the economics of running a charity, fundraising and training programmes for families, classroom assistants and young people.
Published in Iriss.fm on 11 Sep 2015