Relocation, Relocation, Relocation: Home and School-Moves for Children Affected by Extra-Familial Risks During Adolescence

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

This paper presents cumulative findings from studies into the contextual (situational, environmental and relational) dynamics of abuse that young people experience in extra-familial settings.

Relocation may be an opportunity to secure a young person’s physical safety but it can pose a risk to their relational and psychological safety. Picture: Bublikhaus/Adobe Stock
Relocation may be an opportunity to secure a young person’s physical safety but it can pose a risk to their relational and psychological safety. Picture: Bublikhaus/Adobe Stock

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