- Bob Hinshelwood and Luca Mingarelli , ‘Who do you think you are? – adolescent groups and everyday life’.
- Colin Maginn writes about ‘a modest proposal to help children public care’
Keith White offers his two regular pieces from his work at Mill Grove. His first, ‘the silence’ explores just that – the value of staying attuned to the other through quiet attention and reflection, and his second piece ‘the therapeutic potential of fairy stories’, is a reconnection with the book ‘The Uses of Enchantment’ by Bruno Bettelheim
Jen Galloway, archivist at the Planned Environment Therapy Archive, on ‘A children’s court for Bullies’
by Robert Laslett who was a lecturer in Education, at the Dept for
Special Education, University of Birmingham. This paper comes from
Special Education: Forward Trends, Vol 9, No.1 which was published in
- Marya Hemmings, Project Manager, with a short update on developments and events at The Mulberry Bush Third Space