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In Relation to Relationships

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The present research takes an in-depth look at the lives of young people with traumatic personal experiences and describes the efforts to help them in intensive individual educational programmes at home and abroad
- How can intensive 1:1 social education support young people to lead an autonomous and self-determined life that is acceptable to both them and society at large?
- What do the various stakeholders say about the collaboration process of creating support plans and which effects do the plans have on the young people and their families?
- Which conclusions can be drawn from those answers to improve the quality of work in the intensive social education sector?
These questions are at the core of this longitudinal study which looks at the cases of 7 young people and presents its results as questions for further research.
This English translation is part of a more comprehensive German study.


Titel: In Relation to Relationships
Autoren/Herausgeber: jenne Riemann, Steffi Jöst, Catrin Fischer, Nicola Berchtold
Ausgabe: 2. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9783738608595

Seitenzahl: 224
Format: 21 x 14,8 cm
Gewicht: 330 g
Sprache: Englisch

jenne Riemann:
born 1958
lives in Hamburg, is married and the father of two children.
Qualified Social Education Worker (polytechnic), additional qualification in the field of experience education (Outward Bound), systematic and commitment based counsel and therapy.
Active in youth welfare services for 20 years, conducted long-time programmes with adolescents (mobile and residential)
Steffi Jöst:
born 1966
lives in Lindau, mother of a son.
Qualified Social Education Worker, Master of Business Administration (MBA), several additional qualifications including experience education at Outward Bound, management and leadership of social institutions, commitment based counsel and therapy as well as education to SAFE-Mentor (Secure Apprenticeship for Parents)
After a long-time activity as social education worker in the area of experience-educational travel programmes in Northern America, Canada and New Zealand as well as in southern Europe foundation of Jugendhilfe Phöinix e.V. in the year 1995. Since then institution management of the society which has been specialised on individual educational procedures home and abroad.
Catrin Fischer:
born 1965
lives in the Oderbruch, mother of two adult daughters.
Qualified Social Education Worker (polytechnic), systemic consultant (SG)
Professional experience in the areas of social planing, empiric social and practice research, occupational training, team and organisation development.
Since 2009 freelancing team coach, coach, lecturer, supervisor amongst others in youth welfare services.
Nicola Berchtold:
born 1973
lives in the south of France, mother of two children
Historian (MA).
Worked as assistant professor (University Hamburg) as well as online journalist and part time for the administration at Jugendhilfe Phöinix e.V.
Through her partner, who works as adviser in individual educational youth welfare services, she was introduced to the caring for adolescents in her own home. - Newsletter
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