Erik Knorth
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Young people's transitions from care to adulthood: international research and practice
R Stohler, J Storo, D Vincent, J Wade, W Schröer, M Zeller, H Ward, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2008
3282008
Under one roof: A review and selective meta-analysis on the outcomes of residential child and youth care
EJ Knorth, AT Harder, T Zandberg, AJ Kendrick
Children and youth services review 30 (2), 123-140, 2008
3142008
Placement history of foster children: A study of placement history and outcomes in long-term family foster care
J Strijker, EJ Knorth, J Knot-Dickscheit
Child welfare 87 (5), 107, 2008
1752008
Decision making in child protection: An international comparative study on maltreatment substantiation, risk assessment and interventions recommendations, and the role of …
R Benbenishty, B Davidson-Arad, M López, J Devaney, T Spratt, ...
Child Abuse & Neglect 49, 63-75, 2015
1192015
Therapeutic residential care for children and youth: A consensus statement of the international work group on therapeutic residential care
JK Whittaker, L Holmes, JF del Valle, F Ainsworth, T Andreassen, J Anglin, ...
Residential Treatment for Children & Youth 33 (2), 89-106, 2016
1092016
Therapeutic residential care for children and youth: Developing evidence-based international practice
H Grietens, E Knorth, R Barth, M Cummings, M Stein, M Courtney, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014
1032014
A secure base? The adolescent–staff relationship in secure residential youth care
AT Harder, EJ Knorth, ME Kalverboer
Child & Family Social Work 18 (3), 305-317, 2013
942013
Residentiële jeugdzorg in beeld: een overzichtsstudie naar de doelgroep, werkwijzen en uitkomsten
AT Harder, EJ Knorth, T Zandberg, J Tils
SWP, 2006
852006
Family‐centred residential care: the new reality?
EMW Geurts, J Boddy, MJ Noom, EJ Knorth
Child & Family Social Work 17 (2), 170-179, 2012
812012
Aggressive adolescents in residential care: a selective review of treatment requirements and models.
EJ Knorth, M Klomp, PM Van den Bergh, MJ Noom
Adolescence 42 (167), 2007
562007
Art therapy with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A review of clinical case descriptions on ‘what works’
C Schweizer, EJ Knorth, M Spreen
The Arts in Psychotherapy 41 (5), 577-593, 2014
532014
Securing the downside up: Client and care factors associated with outcomes of secure residential youth care
AT Harder, EJ Knorth, ME Kalverboer
Child & Youth Care Forum 41 (3), 259-276, 2012
502012
Factors associated with the adjustment of foster children in the Netherlands
J Strijker, EJ Knorth
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 79 (3), 421-429, 2009
482009
Transition secured? A follow-up study of adolescents who have left secure residential care
AT Harder, EJ Knorth, ME Kalverboer
Children and Youth Services Review 33 (12), 2482-2488, 2011
432011
Wat maakt het verschil?
EJ Knorth
Kind en adolescent 26 (4), 150-160, 2005
402005
Residential youth care and treatment research
EJ Knorth, AT Harder, AMN Huyghen, ME Kalverboer, T Zandberg
International Journal of Child & Family Welfare 13 (1/2), 49-67, 2010
392010
Instruments for research on transition: Applied methods and approaches for exploring the transition of young care leavers to adulthood
AT Harder, S Köngeter, M Zeller, EJ Knorth, J Knot-Dickscheit
Children and Youth Services Review 33 (12), 2431-2441, 2011
362011
Marginalization of immigrant youth and risk factors in their everyday lives: The European experience
L Eldering, EJ Knorth
Child and Youth Care Forum 27 (3), 153-169, 1998
361998
Knowledge of the unknown child: A systematic review of the elements of the best interests of the child assessment for recently arrived refugee children
ECC Van Os, ME Kalverboer, AE Zijlstra, WJ Post, EJ Knorth
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 19 (3), 185-203, 2016
342016
Families in multi-problem situations: Backgrounds, characteristics, and care services
T Tausendfreund, J Knot-Dickscheit, GC Schulze, EJ Knorth, H Grietens
Child & Youth Services 37 (1), 4-22, 2016
312016
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