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Dr. Helen Minnis

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Professor of Child and Adolescent...

Local Address: United Kingdom
Institute of Health and Wellbeing

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BAAF - Adoption & Fostering journal, 1 April 2001 [cached]
The effect of foster carer training on the emotional and behavioural functioning of looked after children Helen Minnis and Clare Devine
Helen Minnis and Clare Devine describe the training, the difficulties children presented, the communications which carers had to deal with and the empirical results of the research.
Helen Minnis is Specialist Registrar and Research Fellow in Child Psychiatry at Yorkhill NHS Trust, Glasgow
Guest Speakers: Dr Helen ..., 8 May 2014 [cached]
Guest Speakers: Dr Helen Minnis, Senior Lecturer in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Glasgow; Sue Berelowitz; Deputy Children's Commissioner & Chief Executive, Office of the Children's Commissioner, London; Lars Wallinder, Ministry of Justice, Sweden; Malcolm Schaffer, Scottish Children's Reporter Administration; Professor Lesley McAra, Chair of Penology, Head of Law School, University of Edinburgh.
Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care - Conferences and Events - Seminars, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
We were delighted to have secured the services of some of the leading practitioners in the field including: Helen Minnis, Richard Rollinson, Kate Skinner , and Steven Hothersall.
We are delighted to be able to present this seminar on ,Attachment' with the help of our four speakers Helen Minnis, Richard Rollinson, Steve Hothersall and Kate Skinner . Attachment theory offers a framework that allows us to enhance the quality of direct practice with children as well as providing indicators for policy development and more targeted staff selection.
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Helen Minnis, Child Psychiatrist, University of Glasgow
Linda Woodhead - Douglas Alexander - ..., 23 June 2013 [cached]
Linda Woodhead - Douglas Alexander - Murdo Fraser - Ewan Aitken - Jayne Baxter - Helen Minnis - Graham Bryce - Andy Wightman - Gerry Hassan - Padraig O'Tuama - David Strang - Fergus McNeill - Karyn McCluskey - Maggie Chapman - Mike Small - Alison Urie
Helen Minnis and Graham Bryce: Weans and Brains
Helen and Graham will describe the different and far-reaching ways in which the quality of relationships in early years affects development, from behaviour in childhood, through risk of offending during adolescence to health in later years.
Helen Minnis portrait photo
Helen Minnis is a senior lecturer in child psychiatry at Glasgow University who researches the impact of early adversity on children's development.
Attachment and Biobehavioural Catchup: Helping Young Foster Children Cope with Early Adversity, 28 April 2007 [cached]
Dr Helen Minnis, Senior Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Glasgow University and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow
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