Mentoring for Young People in Care and Leaving Care

Theory, Policy and Practice

; Pat Dolan ; Caroline McGregor

Mentoring for Young People in Care and Leaving Care offers a rich exploration of the theory, research and practice relating to youth mentoring as a means of essential social support. Brady, Dolan and McGregor ground their work on the premise that the informal social support provided through a high-quality mentoring relationship can help young people in care to sustain positive mental health, cope with stress and fulfil their potential through adolescence and into adulthood. Les mer
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Mentoring for Young People in Care and Leaving Care offers a rich exploration of the theory, research and practice relating to youth mentoring as a means of essential social support. Brady, Dolan and McGregor ground their work on the premise that the informal social support provided through a high-quality mentoring relationship can help young people in care to sustain positive mental health, cope with stress and fulfil their potential through adolescence and into adulthood.





It provides an up-to-date synthesis of research findings in relation to natural mentoring, formal mentoring and youth-initiated mentoring for children in care and explores the challenges and considerations relating to practice in this area. Illustrated with the details of original research with care-experienced young people, it offers much-needed insight into how young people interpret and make sense of their experiences in care and of mentoring.





Written to be accessible by those with limited knowledge of youth mentoring, this timely publication will be essential reading for academics, policy makers and practitioners in the fields of adolescent development, social care, social work and youth work.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1: Introduction


Chapter 2: Children in Care and Leaving Care: Issues and challenges


Chapter 3: Natural and youth-initiated mentoring


Chapter 4: Formal Youth Mentoring for Children in Care and Leaving Care


Chapter 5: Introducing the Current Study


Chapter 6: Young people's Perspectives on the Benefits of Mentoring


Chapter 7: Youth perspectives on relational dynamics and quality in mentoring relationships


Chapter 8: Mentoring for Young People in Care: Mess ages for policy and practice

Om forfatteren

Dr Bernadine Brady is a Lecturer and Senior Researcher at the UNESCO Child & Family Research Centre, NUI, Galway.


Professor Pat Dolan is Director of the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at NUI, Galway and holder of the UNESCO Chair in Children, Youth and Civic Engagement.


Professor Caroline McGregor is Professor at the School of Political Science and Sociology, NUI, Galway with lead responsibility for the discipline of social work. She is also a Senior Research Fellow at the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre.