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Identity, Self-esteem, and the Use of Life Books for Children and Young People in Care

@article{Scott2004IdentitySA,
  title={Identity, Self-esteem, and the Use of Life Books for Children and Young People in Care},
  author={T. Scott and S. Cameron},
  journal={Developing practice: the child youth and family work journal},
  year={2004},
  pages={57}
}
  • T. Scott, S. Cameron
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • Developing practice: the child youth and family work journal
Identity, attachment and self-esteem are fundamental aspects of growing up and involve the growth and development of self-concept from infancy through to adolescence. MacKillop Family Services uses Life Books with children and young people as it helps in building on extremely positive aspects of the young person's identity. As well as having a Life Book, children and young people also have an archive box for storing and maintaining items key to their identity. It is important to keep in mind… Expand
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