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        StatementNational Youth Bureau
        PublishersNational Youth Bureau
        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 82 p. :
        Number of Pages54
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        ISBN 10nodata
        2Occasional paper -- 18

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Maintaining professional boundaries [online], Committee on Physician Health and Rehabilitation, Continuing Medical Education. Provides a theoretical overview of a social action approach. Conversely, a staff person who insists on hugging a young person despite their negative response may be demonstrating a tendency toward entangling boundaries as it raises questions about whose needs are being met by this action.


The policy should make clear what action is required if a disclosure is made to you. We see the book and DVD as starting points for further debate and activity in support of democratic youth work. Know own role in relation to safeguarding adults, children and young people from harm, abuse and neglect. Presumably this covers both the non-formal and formal categories of Coombs et al. Collection includes a number of useful chapters related to detached and project work — Areyh Leissner on youth and the social environment; Leslie Silverlock on youth work n the community; and Don Macdonald reviews detached youth work in inner London in the late 1960s and 1970s.

The East Midlands report advocated that the Youth Service should constitute at least 1. You act or feel jealous about a client. It is important to note that the underlying motivations of either extreme may or may not be well-intentioned, and that good intentions may Detached youth work practice in the mid-seventies.

counteract nor protect the other person from the impacts of blurred boundaries. It is not the intention here to have the term professional imply a cold, distant relationship, but rather one that is informed by the values and skills that are unique Detached youth work practice in the mid-seventies. CYC. Infuse your life with meaning and variety. It doesn't claim to be answering many questions, but is starting to ask some about an under researched area.

During lockdown it was found to be one of the most effective ways of keeping in contact with young people and engaging some of the most vulnerable. Relationship boundaries are placed on a continuum, with the extreme ends delineating the most significant boundary violations, those of being entangled at one extreme, and rigid at the other. We can tailor group work to meet the needs of young people experiencing a similar range of issues. In addition, continue to encourage organisations and employers to value your expertise and provide whatever support is needed to undertake this most important work.

However, the purpose and intent may not always be marked by closely specified goals Brookfield, 1983: 15. Local authorities such as Gloucestershire developed Youth Charters to underpin concepts of entitlement at local level. At the same time they appreciate that similar methodological approaches are used so they have grouped staff under the terms and conditions of the Joint Negotiating Committee for Youth and Community Workers JNC within Education Departments.

To be effective, such objectives will be specific, measurable and have some indication of when they are to be achieved. Above all, we need to communicate a clear message to young people: that they should go home and stay as safe as possible. However, what could be different are the explicit and implicit purposes to which they are put.