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Safeguarding Children in Therapeutic Settings: Online Dilemmas

  • 14th Jul 2021
  • Gretchen Precey

New windows on risk have been opened by online therapy with children and young people. In her third occasional blog about her work, independent social worker Gretchen Precey shares some of the emerging dilemmas with which our safeguarding procedures and trainings need to keep pace – from the unseen presence of family members to what we might glimpse on the mantlepiece.

Safeguarding Children in Therapeutic Settings: To Act or Not to Act?

  • 26th Apr 2021

When and how should we raise the alarm when we have concerns about a child’s welfare? In her second occasional blog about safeguarding children in therapeutic settings, independent social worker Gretchen Precey discusses ways in which children may disclose, the difference between acting quickly and acting thoughtfully – and the vital importance of a child feeling believed and received.

Safeguarding Children in the Therapeutic Process

  • 5th Feb 2021
  • Gretchen Precey

What are some of the specific dilemmas faced by therapists in safeguarding the children and young people with whom they work? As we mark the end of Children’s Mental Health Week 2021, independent social worker Gretchen Precey embarks on an occasional blog addressing some of the common questions and dilemmas that arise in her counsellor trainings and consultation sessions.