A conversation with Andi Brierley: criminal exploitation, intergenerational trauma and being in care

Lisa Cherry

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Abstract

In this unique book, international trainer and consultant Lisa Cherry invites professionals from education, social work and healthcare to engage in conversations on a range of pertinent topics and issues affecting children and young people today.


Divided into three main parts, which introduce attachment, adversity and trauma, each discussion places an emphasis on emotion and the understanding that we have as humans for compassion, empathy and connection. By encouraging collaboration between sectors and exploring a range of intersecting themes, the conversations take the reader on a winding journey to broaden their depth of thinking, reflect on their practice and to consider the central message: that we can bring about social change, one interaction at a time.


This book is a call to action and an opportunity to look around and decide what kind of service we want to provide, what kind of community we want to live in and what sort of legacy we want to leave. At a time of ever-present social and political challenges, this book will stimulate conversations on current practice and professional development for the future and is a must-read for everyone working with children and young people.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConversations that make a difference for children and young people
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter1
ISBN (Electronic) 9781003124375
ISBN (Print)9780367644017, 9780367644000
Publication statusPublished - 19 May 2021
Externally publishedYes

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