How to develop collaborative worry statements
Developing collaborative worry statements are a foundational skill for child protection workers to master. Being able to articulate, both verbally and in writing, what we are worried might happen in the future, and the impact that will have on the children and family, is key to robust assessment, planning and facilitating change with families.
This is one of the key skills I get asked to teach and demonstrate in child protection training and coaching over and over again. So, I decided to partner with my colleague, Sonja Parker, and develop a short video on HOW to develop a collaborative worry statement.
So here it is and I hope it's useful!