Resolving a violent dispute

September 2010
Community Care;9/16/2010, Issue 1835, p20
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a youth offender named Lucy, who was placed under custody of a youth rehabilitation order (YRO) due to an assault against a member of staff at her children's home. Social worker Declan Henry has intervened, alongside with colleagues, to supervise Lucy for six months on anger management. Henry was pleased on the progress that Lucy had showed to the youth offending team of social workers as she had developed positive relations and refrained from making trouble.


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