Practice implications from research exploring parent and family perspectives of the August 2011 London 'riots'

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Practice implications from research exploring parent and family perspectives of the August 2011 London 'riots'

Time: January 20, 2016 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Location: University College London, Room: Gordon Street (25) D103
Street: 25 GORDON STREET, LONDON, WC1H 0AY
City/Town: Bloomsbury
Website or Map: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/…
Event Type: talk, and, discussion
Organized By: London Community Psychology Network (Sally Z)
Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2016

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Talk and session faciliated by Clinical Psychologist from the London Community Psychology Network
Overview
Research presented: 
Hear about what parents and families in London had to say about the London 'riots'. 
Issues explored: 
- parent-blaming, political rhetoric, Troubled families programme, social exclusion, social inequality, gentrification
Clinical implications: 
- Consider how we might enhance our formulation work to incorporate what parents and families in London think is important. 
- Consider how research methods can influence the way we formulate.


Time to think together about how Community Psychology approaches might tackle these issues and ways we could incorporate these ideas into our own practice.

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