Here at Children Always First, we believe that building strong relationships between foster carers and children is key in helping the child or young person progress in life. Most children and young people who come in to care have experienced some kind of trauma and we know from experience that they benefit from our therapeutic parenting approach.

Psychotherapist Fi Newood asks the question is Therapeutic Parenting the new quest for perfection?

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