Issue 17 of the goodenoughcaring Journal arrives and disembarks from its voyage across the ethereal ocean very shortly. Now well into our sight is details become clearer and ever more engaging.
On July 1st, 2015 the Mulberry Bush Issue of the goodenoughcaring Journal will be published online. John Diamond will introduce the Mulberry Bush articles and also provides an article Evolution and and adaptation of the Mulberry Bush to its environment 1948-2015, John Turberville explains The Mulberry Bush approach, Caryn Onions has written A multi disciplinary case study, Andy Lole considers Developing a peer review network, Dave Roberts writes about The Mulberry Bush Training and outreach team and Ray Burrows offers A MBOX outreach case study. There will also be a number of practice papers on the work of the Mulberry Bush written by students on the Mulberry Bush Foundation Degree courses in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People. Siobain Degregorio is also writing an article about her experience of student placement at the Mulberry Bush.
We are grateful to all those involved with the Mulberry Bush Organisation for their generosity of effort in making this issue of the goodenoughcaring Journal such a special one.
Other articles in this, the 17th issue of the goodenoughcaring Journal include Jennie Bristow’s Helicopters or hands off: today’s parents can’t seem to win, Maurice Fenton’s Doing the Right for Children in Care and Support Seekers, John Molloy has written The Habit of Abuse, Michael J. Marlowe offers us Building Relationships with Troubled Children: Insights from Torey Hayden, John Stein observes Experience is the Best Teacher, Bethlehem Taylor remembers A Cockney Childhood in the East End Of London :1945-1960 and Charles Sharpe reviews Inequality, Poverty, Education A Political Economy of School Exclusion by Francesca Ashurst and Couze Venn and, Leading Good Care: the task, heart and art of managing social care by John Burton.
We hope you agree Issue 17 of the goodenoughcaring Journal is a very special one and is to be anticipated with eagerness.