Can we always trust what we see and hear? Is there anything we can be do better in order to uncover hidden harm or neglect? Sometimes as practitioners, we might have a gut feeling that something is not right, but the social and emotional responses we see in others appear to directly contradict our own feelings.
There can be some situations where theory might be relied upon too much in child protection practice when it comes to finding meaning in behaviour. When we try to apply meaning through theory alone, professional curiosity may become lost. We may even lose our exploratory senses and further need to ‘search for new knowledge’.
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