Lorraine Thomson


NameLorraine Thomson

Research outputs

Is it 'fair'? Representation of children, young people and parents in an adversarial court system
Thomson, Lorraine, McArthur, Morag and Camilleri, Peter. (2017) Is it 'fair'? Representation of children, young people and parents in an adversarial court system. Child and Family Social Work. 22(S2), pp. 22 - 32. https://doi.org/10.1111/cfs.12226

Journal article

Recruiting and retaining foster carers
Thomson, Lorraine, Mcarthur, Morag and Barry, Erin. (2017) Recruiting and retaining foster carers Australia: Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.24268/fhs.8302

Report

Literature review: Foster carer attraction, recruitment, support and retention
Thomson, Lorraine, Mcarthur, Morag and Watt, Elizabeth. (2016) Literature review: Foster carer attraction, recruitment, support and retention Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.24268/fhs.8304

Book

The importance of a ‘Human Connection’: helpful relationships with service users and linking social capital
Barker, Justin, Thomson, Lorraine and Barry, Erin. (2015) The importance of a ‘Human Connection’: helpful relationships with service users and linking social capital Australia: Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.24268/fhs.8344

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Helpful relationships with service users: Linking social capital
Barker, Justin and Thomson, Lorraine. (2015) Helpful relationships with service users: Linking social capital. Australian Social Work. 68(1), pp. 130 - 145. https://doi.org/10.1080/0312407X.2014.905795

Journal article

Needs or deeds? : Child protection and youth justice in the Australian Capital Territory
Camilleri, Peter, Thomson, Lorraine and McArthur, Morag. (2013) Needs or deeds? : Child protection and youth justice in the Australian Capital Territory. Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law. https://doi.org/10.1080/09649069.2013.800285

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Jumping through hoops - the cost of compliance on sole parents
McArthur, Morag, Thomson, Lorraine and Winkworth, Gail. (2013) Jumping through hoops - the cost of compliance on sole parents. Child and Family Social Work Online. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2206.2011.00817.x

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The Childrens Court in the Australian Capital Territory
Camilleri, Peter, Thomson, Lorraine and McArthur, Morag. (2013) The Childrens Court in the Australian Capital Territory. In In Sheehan, R. and Borowski, A. (Ed.). Australia's Children's Courts Today and Tomorrow pp. 9 - 26 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-5928-2_2

Book chapter

Reconnect: working with young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Barker, Justin, Humphries, Peter, McArthur, Morag and Thomson, Lorraine. (2012) Reconnect: working with young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness Australia: Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.

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Literature review: effective interventions for working with young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Barker, Justin, Humphries, Peter, McArthur, Morag and Thomson, Lorraine. (2012) Literature review: effective interventions for working with young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness Australia: Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.

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National analysis of workforce trends in statutory child protection
McArthur, Morag and Thomson, Lorraine. (2012) National analysis of workforce trends in statutory child protection Dickson, ACT: Australian Catholic University.

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Vulnerable Families' Use of Services: Getting What They Need
Butler, Kate Ann, McArthur, Morag, Thomson, Lorraine and Winkworth, Gail. (2012) Vulnerable Families' Use of Services: Getting What They Need. Australian Social Work. 65(4), pp. 571 - 585. https://doi.org/10.1080/0312407X.2012.689308

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Integrated family support project outcome evaluation
Thomson, Lorraine, McArthur, Morag, Butler, Kate Ann and Thomson, Bronwyn. (2011) Integrated family support project outcome evaluation Canberra, Australia: Australian Catholic University.

Report

ARC Discovery Grant Project: Challenges, possibilities and future directions : A national assessment of Australia's children's courts. ACT Report
McArthur, Morag, Camilleri, Peter and Thomson, Lorraine. (2011) ARC Discovery Grant Project: Challenges, possibilities and future directions : A national assessment of Australia's children's courts. ACT Report Dickson, ACT: Australian Catholic University.

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Evaluation of the supporting children after separation program post separation cooperative parenting programs
McArthur, Morag, Thomson, Lorraine, Woodward, Merrilyn, Barker, Justin, Layton, Megan and Winkworth, Gail. (2011) Evaluation of the supporting children after separation program post separation cooperative parenting programs Australia: Australian Catholic University.

Report

Families' views on a coordinated family support service
McArthur, Morag and Thomson, Lorraine. (2011) Families' views on a coordinated family support service. Family Matters. 89, pp. 71 - 81.

Journal article

Foster care experiences of leaving foster care in the Australian Capital Territory
Thomson, Lorraine and McArthur, Morag. (2010) Foster care experiences of leaving foster care in the Australian Capital Territory. Communities, Children and Families Australia. 5(2), pp. 46 - 57.

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Opportunities lost - why some parents of young children are not well-connected to the service systems designed to assist them
Winkworth, Gail, McArthur, Morag, Layton, Megan, Thomson, Lorraine and Wilson, Fran. (2010) Opportunities lost - why some parents of young children are not well-connected to the service systems designed to assist them. Australian Social Work. 63(4), pp. 431 - 444. https://doi.org/10.1080/0312407X.2010.508170

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Someone to check in on me: Social capital, social support and vulnerable parents with very young children in the Australian capital territory
Winkworth, Gail, McArthur, Morag, Layton, Megan and Thomson, Lorraine. (2010) Someone to check in on me: Social capital, social support and vulnerable parents with very young children in the Australian capital territory. Child and Family Social Work. 15(2), pp. 206 - 215. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2206.2009.00660.x

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Working in the Grey - increasing collaboration between services in Inner North Canberra: A Communities for children project
Winkworth, Gail, Layton, Megan, McArthur, Morag and Thomson, Lorraine. (2009) Working in the Grey - increasing collaboration between services in Inner North Canberra: A Communities for children project Australia: ACU.

Creative work

Who’s in our family? An application of the theory of family boundary ambiguity to the experiences of former foster carers
Thomson, Lorraine and Mcarthur, Morag. (2009) Who’s in our family? An application of the theory of family boundary ambiguity to the experiences of former foster carers. Adoption and Fostering. 33(1), pp. 68 - 79.

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Getting what we need: families' experiences of services
McArthur, Morag, Thomson, Lorraine, Winkworth, Gail and Butler, Kate. (2009) Getting what we need: families' experiences of services Dickson, ACT: Australian Catholic University, Institute of Child Protection Studies.

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International recruitment in child protection: The experiences of workers in the Australian capital territory
Zubrzycki, Joanna, Thomson, Lorraine and Trevithick, Pamela. (2008) International recruitment in child protection: The experiences of workers in the Australian capital territory. Communities, Children and Families Australia. 3(2), pp. 30 - 38.

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Experiences of former foster carers
Thomson, Lorraine, McArthur, Morag, Layton-Thompson, Megan and Evans, Lyndall. (2007) Experiences of former foster carers Dickson, ACT: Australian Catholic University, Institute of Child Protection Studies.

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‘Dad, where are we going to live now?’ Exploring fathers’ experiences of homelessness
Mcarthur, Morag, Zubrzycki, Joanna, Rochester, Anthony and Thomson, Lorraine. (2006) ‘Dad, where are we going to live now?’ Exploring fathers’ experiences of homelessness. Australian Social Work. 59(3), pp. 288 - 300. https://doi.org/10.1080/03124070600833212

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