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Birth Mothers Returning to Court: Can a Developmental Trauma Lens Inform Practice with Women at Risk of Repeat Removal of Infants and Children?

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Birth Mothers Returning to Court : Can a Developmental Trauma Lens Inform Practice with Women at Risk of Repeat Removal of Infants and Children? / Broadhurst, Karen Elizabeth; Mason, Claire Suzanne; Webb, Sheena.

Justice for Children and Families : A Developmental Perspective. ed. / Mike Shaw; Sue Bailey. Canmbridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018. p. 59-67.

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Harvard

Broadhurst, KE, Mason, CS & Webb, S 2018, Birth Mothers Returning to Court: Can a Developmental Trauma Lens Inform Practice with Women at Risk of Repeat Removal of Infants and Children? in M Shaw & S Bailey (eds), Justice for Children and Families : A Developmental Perspective. Cambridge University Press, Canmbridge, pp. 59-67.

APA

Broadhurst, K. E., Mason, C. S., & Webb, S. (2018). Birth Mothers Returning to Court: Can a Developmental Trauma Lens Inform Practice with Women at Risk of Repeat Removal of Infants and Children? In M. Shaw, & S. Bailey (Eds.), Justice for Children and Families : A Developmental Perspective (pp. 59-67). Cambridge University Press.

Vancouver

Broadhurst KE, Mason CS, Webb S. Birth Mothers Returning to Court: Can a Developmental Trauma Lens Inform Practice with Women at Risk of Repeat Removal of Infants and Children? In Shaw M, Bailey S, editors, Justice for Children and Families : A Developmental Perspective. Canmbridge: Cambridge University Press. 2018. p. 59-67

Author

Broadhurst, Karen Elizabeth ; Mason, Claire Suzanne ; Webb, Sheena. / Birth Mothers Returning to Court : Can a Developmental Trauma Lens Inform Practice with Women at Risk of Repeat Removal of Infants and Children?. Justice for Children and Families : A Developmental Perspective. editor / Mike Shaw ; Sue Bailey. Canmbridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018. pp. 59-67

Bibtex

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RIS

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