Consolidating Practice with Children and Families Policy and Legislative Frameworks in Contemporary Child and Family Social Work Safeguarding children: the complexities of contemporary practice and the Importance of Working with Emotions Family Intervention Projects: a Holistic Approach to Working with Families with Multiple Problems Skills in Direct Work with Looked-After Children, Their Carers and Families Foster Care: Learning from Research and Enquiries Adoption Practice Education: Enabling Others' Learning Within a Children and Families Context What's Important for Looked-After Children? The Views of Young People Leaving Care
Lucille Allain is a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at Middlesex University and a Programme Leader for the social work pre-qualifying programmes. She has 18 years of child and family social work experience in child protection, looked after children and disabled children. Her experience spans working as a social worker, manager and in commissioning and developing new services. Her current research focuses on social work practice and young people leaving care.