Tag Archives: WillisPalmer

Experts Corner: Stephen Gray

29th Mar 2017

Why establishing facts based on valid, reliable data and avoiding making uninformed assumptions is key when carrying out risk assessments with young people. The extent to which children abuse others…

B1G1 – our first impacts

7th Mar 2017

WillisPalmer is supporting Buy1Give1 (B1G1), helping to give to projects across the globe. We have setup giving stories for our core business areas and today we make our first giving…

Humour and Social work

23rd Feb 2017

Social work is a serious business so what role (if any) can humour play in social work? It feels almost distasteful even unethical to suggest that one might laugh in…

Independent Reviewing Officers available now

28th Oct 2016

WillisPalmer’s IRO service is different. We have fully trained and experienced IROs on standby to assist you if you have capacity problems or if you are looking to contract out…

Attachment Theory Training Courses

14th Oct 2016

When we recently launched our training services to all professionals working with children and families we commissioned three attachment theory training courses provided by Terence Simmons. Terence has been with…

Expert Forensic Risk Assessments

11th Oct 2016

Over the past 12 years WillisPalmer has developed an excellent reputation for undertaking a range of forensic risk assessments including cases where there is risk of sexual abuse and/or domestic…

Great social work training available to book on-line

1st Sep 2016

Mark Willis on WillisPalmer’s exciting new social work training service High quality training for professionals working in the children and families arena is hard to find.  Over the past twelve…