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I was so pleased that on our last meeting together James had found himself employment. This, I hope, will be the beginning for him in attempting to achieve economic independence, which is important for adolescents in their attempts to make the transition to adulthood. 19 Eve: From victim to healthy survivor? Mary Cody Purpose of the intervention Eve, aged 13 years, was placed for adoption three years ago with her half sibling Simon, aged 11 years. Her parents have become increasingly concerned about Eve’s unpredictable mood swings.
This was agreed with their parents at Court and at a Child in Care Review. Supervision My supervisor had recently left to take up a new post and a new supervisor was appointed shortly before the final hearing. In the interim, I was supervised by an independent social worker. I consulted with my practice coordinator and Goldsmiths College regarding a suitable 33 Developing reflective practice approach to the direct work. My team manager agreed that I should receive specialist supervision from a child psychotherapist for this direct work.
In common with the father, I am a white male and the children had witnessed their white father’s racial and physical abuse of their Asian mother. I was aware that this might reinforce the patriarchal model they had experienced within their family (Dominelli, 1988). I sensed pressure from their father to collude with him in criticising their mother; 37 Developing reflective practice when he realised that I would not collude he began criticising me to the children. Process The session prior to reunification with their mother During the initial sessions I found the children’s demands for attention overwhelming.