Vulnerable young people in residential care and re-integration into families: Multi-systemic Therapy

Policy product type
Briefing originally posted on LGiU website
Published date
September 1, 2017
Andrew Crompton, LGiU Associate
Issues Covered
  • Children in care
  • multi-systemic therapy
  • reintegration
  • young offenders
People, Services

Summary The DfE published research report Multisystemic Therapy: Family Integrated Transitions – A feasibility study (July 2017) considers the feasibility of using a therapeutic programme developed in the USA to support young offenders in the community to support young people returning from residential care to home settings. This briefing considers the origins of multisystemic therapy (MST) and […]

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