This list relates to the semester Semester 1 2019 which ended on 23/06/2019
  1. Juvenile justice: youth and crime in Australia - Chris Cunneen, R. D. White, Kelly Richards 2015 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  2. Effective child protection - Eileen Munro 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  3. Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Child Protection - Marie Connolly, Marie Connolly 2017

    Book Recommended

  4. Child Development for Child Care and Protection Workers - Brigid Daniel, Sally Wassell, Robbie Gilligan, David Howe 2010 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  5. Helping abused children and their families - Chris Trotter 2004 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  6. Working with Involuntary Clients: A Guide to Practice - Chris Trotter 2015

    Book Recommended

  7. Signs of safety: a solution and safety oriented approach to child protection - Andrew Turnell, Steve Edwards 1999

    Book Recommended

  8. Family participation in child protection policy and practice: project report - Karen Healy 2010

    Book Recommended

  9. Social Work with Substance Users - Anna Nelson 2011 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  10. Our voices: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social work - Bindi Bennett 2013

    Book Recommended

  11. Chapter 3: Engaging young people - Martin Stephenson, Henri Giller, Sally Brown 2011

    Chapter Recommended

  12. Week 1: Introduction 1 item
    1. Effective child protection - Eileen Munro 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: Introduction & Chapter 2: Expertise in Child Protection Work

  13. Week 2: Part 1: Child Protection and Well-being; Part 2: Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families 6 items
    1. Effective child protection - Eileen Munro 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 3: The Social Context & Chapter 4: Defining Child Abuse

    2. SNAICC: Policy and Research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families

      Webpage Required Read the current statements about child protection and family support with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families

    3. Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Child Protection - Marie Connolly 2017

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 9: Signs of Safety as Promising Comprehensive Approach for Reorienting CPS Organizations' Work with Children, Families and Their Community Supports. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

  14. Week 3: Risk Assessment, Judgment and Decision-making 4 items
    1. Effective child protection - Eileen Munro 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 6: The Process of Assessing Risk, Chapter 7: Making Decisions and Chapter 8: Minimising Mistakes

    2. Effective child protection - Eileen Munro 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 5: The Difficulties of Assessing Risk and Chapter 9: Conclusion

  15. Weeks 4 and 5: Youth Justice 4 items
    1. Juvenile justice: youth and crime in Australia - Chris Cunneen, R. D. White, Kelly Richards 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 9: Policing; Chapter 10: Courts and sentencing

    2. Juvenile justice: youth and crime in Australia - Chris Cunneen, R. D. White, Kelly Richards 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Useful background reading Chapters: 4, 5, 6,7 and 8

  16. Week 6: Communication with Infants, Child and Young People 6 items
    1. The early years: assessing and promoting resilience in vulnerable children 1 - Brigid Daniel, Sally Wassell 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    2. Assessing and promoting resilience in vulnerable children: volume 2: school years - Brigid Daniel, Sally Wassell 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    3. Assessing and promoting resilience in vulnerable children: volume 3: adolescence - Brigid Daniel, Sally Wassell 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    4. Communicating with children and young people: making a difference - Michelle Lefevre 2010

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 10: Communicating with Children and Young People through Play Activities and the Expressive Arts

  17. Week 7: Supportive Counselling in the Context of Adoption 2 items
    1. Adoption, attachment, and relationship concerns: A study of adult adoptees - Judith A. Feeney, Nola L. Passmore, Candida C. Peterson 2007

      Article Required

  18. Week 9: Creating Change with Families 6 items
  19. Week 10: Working with families where violence is a concern 3 items
    1. Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Child Protection - Marie Connolly 2017

      Book Required Read chapter 10: Shifting the focus: working differently with domestic violence. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

    2. Mothers, Domestic Violence, and Child Protection - Heather Douglas, Tamara Walsh 05/2010

      Article Required

  20. Week 11: Collaborative Family Work 5 items
    1. Collaborative family work: a practical guide to working with families in the human services - Chris Trotter 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 3: The collaborative family work model & Chapter 4: Preparing families for family work and developing ground rules

    2. Collaborative family work: a practical guide to working with families in the human services - Chris Trotter 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 1: Introduction: Why Collaborative Family Work? & Chapter 2: Family work models and theories.

    3. Chapter 3: Role Clarification - Chris Trotter 2015

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Working with Involuntary Clients: A Guide to Practice - Chris Trotter 2015

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 4: Promoting pro-social outcomes, Chapter 6: The worker-client relationship & Chapter 7: Working with families. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

    5. Practice skills in social work & welfare: more than just common sense - Jane Maidment, Ronnie Egan 2016

      Book Recommended Read Helen Cleak, Ronnie Egan, Chapter 8: Engaging with clients in different contexts, pp.115-128. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

  21. Week 12 and 13: Social Work with families: Family group meetings 5 items
    1. Collaborative family work: a practical guide to working with families in the human services - Chris Trotter 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 4: Preparing families for family work and developing ground rules & Chapter 5: Identifying issues to work on and focusing on strengths - essential reading. Chapters 6-8 - recommended reading in preparation for a simulated learning exercise.

    2. Working with Involuntary Clients: A Guide to Practice - Chris Trotter 2015

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 8: Evaluation. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

  22. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.