Lorraine trains professionals in mindfulness-based interventions around the globe. Advancing Youth Work: Current Trends, Critical Questions. Educational Accreditation for Child and Youth Care in Canada: An Approach to Professional Standards and Quality of Care. Child and Youth Care Across Sectors: A Canadian Perspective. . Stuart has worked within residential and community-based child and youth care organizations.
Magnuson, submitted for review October 2015 Post-secondary education as a crucible for learning practice, In Gharabaghi, K. Ministry of Child and Youth Services, Strategic Research Fund. The first Canadian text of its kind, Right Here, Right Now: Exploring Life Space Interventions for Children and Youth provides students with the tools they need to apply life-space intervention concepts to real-life situations. I regularly appreciate the beautiful west coast from the edge of the island, the middle of a dragon boat or the cockpit of a kayak. I have authored two editions of Foundations of Child and Youth Care and am the co-author of Right Here, Right Now: Life-space Intervention for Children and Youth. I was a member of this Board from 2005 to 2011. I live in Nanaimo with my husband and an assorted menagerie.
Training and Development in Human Services: The Journal of the National Staff Development and Training Association, 6 1 , 119-128. Kiaras Gharabaghi and Carol Stuart argue for an updated concept of life space to reflect changes in social conventions, technology, and our evolving cultural diversity by emphasizing four dimensions of life-space: physical, virtual, mental, and relational. Child and Youth Care Across Sectors: A Canadian Perspective. She lives by the vision of being true to ourselves and giving back to others in order to achieve happiness and success. She strongly believes in living an authentic self and the concept of paying it forward because happiness comes from within and success comes from what we do for others. She has taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels and is currently the Dean of Health and Human Services at Vancouver Island University.
The book outlines a new theoretical construct of life-space intervention and looks at ways to apply this in working with young people. Carol was the Director of the School of Child and Youth Care at Ryerson from 2003 to 2008 and was responsible for guiding the expansion of the School and the development of the full-time undergraduate degree program. I have been a faculty member at Grant MacEwan Community College now a university , University of Victoria and Ryerson University. I am also an adjunct professor at the School of Child and Youth Care at University of Victoria. Stuart is the managing editor of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice. Stuart, submitted for review November 2015 The digital life-space as a practice setting, In Gharabaghi, K.
She is also certified in Mindful Self-Compassion and Compassion Cultivation, Stanford University. To achieve this, we resource a community of experts with established practices to help you - parents, teachers, children, youth, students, leaders, managers, and team members to develop the key life skills of mindfulness, compassion and emotional intelligence. After 10 wonderful years at Ryerson, I was appointed as dean of Health and Human Services at Vancouver Island University in spring 2011. Biography: I began my career in residential care in Ontario and have worked within residential and community-based child and youth care organizations. Employing the language of social pedagogy, Gharabaghi and Stuart argue that life-space intervention is about promoting the process of learning for young people.
My research interests include professional practice standards, integrated service delivery, the relationship between practitioner competencies and outcomes for children and youth, and participatory and qualitative approaches to research. She has worked with in residential and community-based Child and Youth Care organizations and has been a faculty member at the Schools of Child and Youth Care with Grant MacEwan Community College now University , University of Victoria and Ryerson University. Then we help you reinforce these skills by transferring them to others for positive social impact. Ministry of Child and Youth Services, Central East Region. This book also describes the approach that child and youth care practitioners take to the work that they do. Personalized Services: A Synthesis of Challenges and Opportunities.
Our mission is to help people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. I have supported over 25 graduate students, including Aboriginal students, at the University of Victoria and Ryerson University. With Children and Youth: Emerging Theories, Practices, and Discussions in Child and Youth Care Work. Right Here, Right Now provides a theoretical and practical exploration of life-space intervention as the central concept in working with children and youth in the 21 st century. The National Child and Youth Care Practitioner Certification Exam.
Right Here, Right Now ties together theoretical and practical elements into a unified argument about the pedagogic character of life-space intervention. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press. . . . . .
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