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CURRICULUM VITAE
NAME Leon Charles Fulcher
ADDRESS New Zealand Address: 44 Mountain Rd, Tuai, Wairoa 4195 – Mobile: +64 21 0574002; E-mail: Leon@transformaction.com and c/o Dr Mark Fulcher, 44 Ellerton Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland 1024 – Mobile: +64 21 759770.
US Address: c/o Dr Kate Tufano, 709 Langdale Drive, Ft Collins, CO 80526 – Mobile: +1 (970) 581 8047
DATE OF BIRTH: 20-03-47 CITIZENSHIP: New Zealand; USA; UK Settlement Spouse
FAMILY STATUS Married to Jane who holds British and New Zealand Citizenship

Children: Mark, MD (Sports Medicine Consultant – age 40)

Kate, PhD (Stanford) Environmental Consultant – age 38)

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

1984 Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Applied Sociology): Stirling, UK



Thesis: Who Cares for the Caregivers? A Comparative Study of Residential and Day Care Teams Working with Children
1971 Master of Social Work Degree: (Psychiatric Social Work) Washington, USA

Thesis: The Scheduling of Revocation Proceedings for Adult Probation Violators in the State of Washington (National Institute of Mental Health Scholarship)
1969 Bachelor of Arts Degree (Sociology/Political Science): Northwest Nazarene University, Idaho, USA (Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities)

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES

2000-2015 Child and Youth Care Consultant: TransformAction International, 44 Mountain Road, Tuai, Wairoa, 4195, New Zealand


2006-2015 The Learning Zone Coordinator: Kibble Education and Care Centre, Goudie Street, Paisley, PA3 1RQ, Scotland at www.cyc-net.org.

PREVIOUS POSITIONS




    1. Consultant: Foster Care Associates UK, Malvern View, Saxon Business Park, Hanbury Rd, Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4AD

2004-2006 Professor/Assistant Provost & Dean of Students: United Arab Emirates University, PO Box 15551, Al Ain, UAE.


2003-2004 Professor & Assistant Dean: College of Family Sciences, Zayed University (for Women), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.


    1. Joint Warden: Weir House, Victoria University of Wellington, member of Student Services staff responsible for daily management of student life at this 300-bed university residence

2000-2004 International Practice Research & Training Consultant




    1. Chairperson, Department of Applied Social Sciences: in charge of 3 professional qualifying programs located on 3 different sites for Social Work, Recreation & Leisure Studies & Rehabilitation Studies.

1991-1994 Acting Head of Nursing & Midwifery: Victoria University of Wellington (NZ) Responsible for re-structuring the BNurs degree to Masters-level, post-qualifying education and research activities.


1986-2000 Professor of Social Work: Victoria University of Wellington (NZ)


    1. Director of Social Work Education: Department of Sociology, University of Stirling, active in community education initiatives (UK)




    1. Lecturer in Social Work: Dept of Sociology, Stirling University (UK).




  1. Locum Program Director: Community Alcohol Center, Lower Columbia Council on Alcoholism, Longview, Washington (USA).

1973-1975 Psychiatric Social Worker: Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Juvenile Rehabilitation, Maple Lane School for Girls, Centralia, Washington (USA).


1971-1973 Deputy Superintendent: Dr. Barnardo's (Scotland), Blackford Brae Unit for Maladjusted Adolescents, 31 South Oswald Road, Edinburgh.
1970-1971 Community Mental Health Specialist: Accident and Emergency Services, University of Washington, Harborview Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry, Seattle, Washington (USA).
1969-1971 Classification Counsellor: (part-time) Washington State Dept of Social & Health Services, Cascadia Reception-Diagnostic Center, (USA).

APPOINTMENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES




    1. Chairperson: Board of Governors for The International Child and Youth Care Network at www.cyc-net.org.




    1. Honorary Research Fellow: College of Humanities and Social Science, Edinburgh University, 55 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JU.




    1. Child Care Consultant to Her Highness Maitha Bint Mohammed Bin Khalid Al Nahyan, United Arab Emirates.




    1. External Examiner: Glasgow School of Social Work, MSc in Residential Child Care, Strathclyde University, Jordanhill Campus.




    1. Distance Education Professor & Consultant: University of South Africa, Masters in Child & Youth Care – to establish and teach the Research Methods curriculum for this new professional program.

2003-2004 Social Services Development Consultant: Sarawak Ministry of Social Development & Urbanisation, Malaysia – advising on the development, introduction, implementation and evaluation of community-based approaches to child abuse & youth crime in Malay & Iban communities.


2003-2004 External Examiner: University of Queensland, 2 PhD Theses and Bond University, Queensland, Australia, Doctor of Health Sciences Thesis.
2002-2006 Education and Training Consultant: Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations and Kibble Education & Care Centre, Scotland, to develop the Images of Ourselves CD-ROM for the Scottish Executive focusing on Equalities and Diversity Training; the Images of Men Caring CD-ROM aimed at increasing the number of males in caring roles in Scotland; Images of Working @ Kibble CD-ROM, a staff orientation and induction training programme; The Living Jigsaw CD-ROM, focusing on Developmental Assets for child & youth care practice; and The Kibble Quiz CD-ROM for use with young people and family members.


    1. Training Consultant: The Presbyterian Child Welfare Agency, Buckhorn Children’s Services, Kentucky, USA.

2002 Programme Evaluation Consultant: Crannog Nua High Support Unit, Northern Area Health Board, County Dublin, Ireland.


1998-2003 Visiting Professor of Social Work: Sarawak Ministry of Social Development & Urbanisation; Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat (Social Welfare) Negeri Sarawak; & Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.
1998-2002 Visiting Professor of Social Work: Jabatan Psikologi, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
1998-2002 Visiting Professor of Social Work: Beijing College of Civil Affairs and Changsha Social Work College, Ministry of Civil Affairs, Peoples’ Republic of China.


    1. Accreditation & Approval Review Panel Member: Vice-Chancellor’s Committee appointee to the New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Accreditation & Approval Reviews of BNursing Degrees at Wellington, Whitireia, Waiariki, Taranaki, Southland & Manawatu Polytechnics.




    1. External Examiner: Social Work, University of Canterbury (NZ).

1997 Vice-Chancellor's Review of Social Work: Univ of Canterbury, (NZ).


1988-1995 Member, Human Subjects Research Committee; Chair of Standing Committee on Research Ethics Victoria University of Wellington.
1982-1986 External Assessor for the Northern Ireland Certificate in Social Service course with scrutiny of CSS qualifying training throughout Ulster, UK.
1978-1982 External Examiner University of Glasgow, Social Work programme.


    1. Professional Qualifications & Accreditation Committee: Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work (CCETSW) UK.


MEMBERSHIP ON EDITORIAL AND GOVERNING BOARDS
Since 2012 Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care (UK)

Since 2010 Child & Youth Services (North America)

Since 2002 Relational Child and Youth Care Practice (Canada/South Africa)

Since 1999 Child & Youth Care On-Line (International Electronic Journal)

2000-2006 The Journal of College and University Student Housing (USA)

2002-2005 Jurnal Kerja Sosial Malaysia (Malaysia)

1992-2002 Journal of Child and Youth Care (Canada)

1986-1989 The British Journal of Social Work (UK)

1986-1992 Journal of Children in Contemporary Society (USA)
ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS & CONSULTANCIES
2007-2015 Chairperson: The International Child and Youth Care Network (www.cyc-net.org) Board of Governors.
2007-2012 Director: Key Assets Fostering, New Zealand
2007-2011 Consultant: Foster Care Associates
2007-2008 Member of Working Groups: Corporate Parenting Working Group & Feeling Safe and Nurtured in a Home Setting Working Group – Implementation of Looked After Children & Young People: We Can and Must Do Better Policy Initiative of the Scottish Government.
2004 Elected Life Member: New Zealand Association of Tertiary Education Accommodation Professionals
1998-2006 Member, International Relations Committee, Association of College & University Housing Officers–International (ACUHO-I).
2003-2005 Chairperson, International Relations Committee, Association of College & University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I).
2002-2007 Consultant: Kibble Education & Care Centre, Paisley, Scotland.
1998-2004 Consultant: Ministry of Social Development & Urbanisation and Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Negeri Sarawak (Malaysia).
1987-2002 Consultant: Te Ata Hou Trust (New Zealand).
1995-1997 Consultant: New Zealand Accident Compensation & Rehabilitation Insurance Corporation.
1986-1991 Consultant: New Zealand Dept of Social Welfare, Southern Region.
1984-1986 Consultant: Newfoundland & Labrador, Social Services (Canada).
1983-1986 Consultant: Royal Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (


    1. Consultant: The Aberlour Child Care Trust (Scotland).




    1. Consultant: National Children's Home (UK).




    1. Consultant: Shawbridge Youth Centres, Montreal (Canada).




    1. Consultant: Dr. Barnardo's (Scotland).



RESEARCH GRANTS ADMINISTERED

2002 International & Domestic Students Living Together. Victoria University (NZ$4,000).

2001-2002 An Independent Evaluation of Puao-te-Ata-tu a Tuhoe, Establishment Phase: 1999-2001 with T Cairns, W Tait-Rolleston & H Takuta-Moses. (NZ$ 50,000).

1999-2001 Factors Influencing the Participation of Families in the Care of Sarawak Children on Child Protection Act, 1991 “Place of Safety” Orders with Faizah Mas'ud. Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Fakulti Sains Sosial (MR 10,000).

1999-2001 Looking Near – Looking Far: Finding New Ways for International First Nations Research with Dr Doug Durst, University of Regina, International Council for Canadian Studies (Canadian $8,000.00).

1995-1997 A Professionalisation Strategy for ACC Case Managers: VUW Diploma in Rehabilitation Studies ($NZ 2,300,000).

1989-1995 Te Rangihau Scholar Initiative on Whanau, Hapu, Iwi Development with the Department of Social Welfare and Te Iwi Ngai Tuhoe ($NZ 460,000).

1991-1993 Social Work Services to Carers of the Confused Elderly in 3 New Zealand Area Health Boards, Health Research Council ($NZ 138,000). Grant administration transferred to the new VUW Health Services Research Centre.

1989-1990 Caring for Our Community's Children: Action Research Evaluation of Alternative Care Services administered by the NZ Department of Social Welfare and UGC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship ($NZ 90,000 + $NZ 64,000).

1989-1990 An Exploration of Services for Elderly People with Severe Mental Illness in the Wellington Region: A UGC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship with Professor M Clinton and Professor G Hawke ($NZ 64,000).

1987-1990 Developing a Maori Perspective in Social Work Education: Implications Arising from the Report of the Ministerial Committee on a Maori Perspective for the Department of Social Welfare ($NZ 108,000).

1988-1989 Needs Assessment: A Review of Approaches and Policy Options for the Department of Social Welfare ($NZ 11,600).



    1. Contracting for Social Services: A Review of the Literature and Policy Options for the Department of Social Welfare ($NZ 8,000).

    1. Practice Teaching for Group Care Practice: A Collaborative Approach to Training with Dr Barnardo's Scotland (£30,000).

SUPERVISION OF RESEARCH DEGREES


University of Stirling:

Ibeabuchi, G. B. E. (1986). Developing Child and Youth Care Services In Nigeria: An Analysis of Contemporary Problems And Needs. University of Stirling, Scotland: Unpublished PhD Thesis.


Burford, G. (1990). Assessing Teamwork: A Comparative Study of Group Home Teams in Newfoundland and Labrador. University of Stirling, Scotland: Unpublished PhD thesis.
Victoria University of Wellington:

Opie, A. (1989). Joint Custody of Children after Separation and Divorce. Victoria University of Wellington: Unpublished PhD Thesis.


Sali, G. W. (1996). Law and Order in Contemporary Papua New Guinea: An Examination of Causes and Policy Options. Victoria University of Wellington: Unpublished PhD Thesis.
Leberman, S. I. (1999). The Transfer of Learning from the Classroom to the Workplace: A New Zealand Case Study. Victoria University of Wellington: Unpublished PhD Thesis.
While at Victoria University of Wellington, I supervised roughly 6-8 MA and MA(Applied) degree research theses each year.

Dublin Institute of Technology:

Gay Graham (2011). Critical Success Factors that Shape Core Work Processes in Residential Youth Care in Ireland. Dublin Institute of Technology: Unpublished PhD Thesis.



PUBLICATIONS


Books
Khalil, T. I. & Fulcher, L. C., eds. (2016) Residential Child and Youth Care in a Developing World – Volume 1: Global Perspectives. Cape Town: The CYC-Net Press (forthcoming).
Khalil, T. I. & Fulcher, L. C., eds. (2016) Residential Child and Youth Care in a Developing World – Volume 2: Asia. Cape Town: The CYC-Net Press (forthcoming).
Khalil, T. I. & Fulcher, L. C., eds. (2016) Residential Child and Youth Care in a Developing World – Volume 3: Africa. Cape Town: The CYC-Net Press (forthcoming).
Khalil, T. I. & Fulcher, L. C., eds. (2016) Residential Child and Youth Care in a Developing World – Volume 4: Europe. Cape Town: The CYC-Net Press (forthcoming)
Fulcher, L. C. & Garfat, T., eds. (2015) Child and Youth Care Practice with Families. Cape Town: The CYC-Net Press.
Fulcher, L. C. (ed). (2015). Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, Volume 28, Issue 2, Special Issue on Beginnings accessed here. http://www.rcycp.com/
Garfat, T. & Fulcher, L. C. (eds). (2015). Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, Volume 28, Issue 1, Special Issue on Transitions accessed here. http://www.rcycp.com/
Fulcher, L. C. & Moran, L. (2013) Sisters of Pain: An Ethnography of Young Women Living in Secure Care. Cape Town: The CYC-NET Press.
Garfat, T., Fulcher, L. C., & Digney, J. eds. (2013) Making Moments Meaningful in Child and Youth Care Practice. Cape Town: Pretext Publishing.
Smith, M., Fulcher, L. C. & Doran, P. (2013) Residential Child Care in Practice: Making a Difference. Bristol: Policy Press.
Garfat, T. & Fulcher, L. C., eds. (2012) Child and Youth Care in Practice. Cape Town: Pretext Publishing.
Garfat, T., Fulcher, L. & Digney, J., eds. (2012) The Therapeutic Use of Daily Life Events. Cape Town: Pretext Publishing.
Fulcher, L. C. & Fulcher, J. (2008) Weir Tales: An Ethnography Celebrating 75 Years of Community Life at Weir House. Wellington: Mosaic Design Publishing.
Fulcher, L. C. & Garfat, T. (2008) Quality Care in a Family Setting: A Practical Guide for Foster Carers. Cape Town: Pretext Publishing.
Fulcher, L. C. & Ainsworth, F. eds, (2006) Group Care for Children & Young People Revisited. New York: The Haworth Press.
Opie, A. with Fulcher, L. C., Hawke, G. & Allen, N. (1992) There’s Nobody There: Community Care of Confused Older People. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Fulcher, L. C. & Ainsworth, F. eds, (1985) Group Care Practice with Children. London: Tavistock Publications.
Ainsworth, F. & Fulcher, L. C. eds, (1981) Group Care for Children: Concept and Issues. London: Tavistock Publications.
Monographs
Fulcher, L. C. (1988) The Worker, The Work Team and The Organisational Task. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
Articles in Refereed and Non-Refereed Journals
Fulcher, L. C., Moran, A, & Anglin, J. (2015). Sisters of pain and the child protection paradox: An ethnographic study of a young woman living in secure care, International journal of child and family welfare. 15(1/2): 38-52.
Fulcher, L. C. & Garfat, T. (2013) Outcomes that Matter for Children and Young People in Out-of-Home Care, International Journal of Social Pedagogy. Volume 2, Number 1, pp. 33-46 (http://www.internationaljournalofsocialpedagogy.com/index.php?journal=ijsp&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=13&path%5B%5D=12).
Fulcher, L. C. (2013) ‘Zoning In’ To Daily Life Events that Facilitate Therapeutic Change in Child and Youth Care Practice, Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice. Volume 26, Number 2, pp. 22-27.
Fulcher, L. C. (2012) Culturally Responsive Work with Indigenous Children and Families. Reclaiming Children and Youth. Volume 21, Issue 3, pp. 53-57.
Fulcher, L. C. & Garfat, T. (2012) Outcomes that Matter in Out-of-Home Care. Reclaiming Children and Youth. Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 52-58.
Garfat, T. & Fulcher, L. C. (eds) (2011) Applications of a Child and Youth Care Approach, Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice. Volume 24, Numbers 1-2, 199 pages.
Fulcher, L. C., McGladdery, S., & Vicary, D. (2011). Key Developmental Assets with Children and Young People in Foster Care. International Journal of Child and Family Welfare. Volume 14, Number 1, pp. 19-30.
Fulcher, L. C. & McGladdery, S. (2011). Re-examining Social Work Roles and Tasks with Foster Care, Child & Youth Services. 32: 1-20.
Fulcher, L. C. (2009) Working Together with Purpose, Child and Youth Care Work, July-August, 12-14.
Fulcher, L. C. (2007) Residential Child and Youth Care is Fundamentally about Team Work. Journal of Relational Child & Youth Care Practice. 20(4), 30-36.
Fulcher, L. C. (2007) Caring to Innovate. Journal of Care Services Management. 1(4)175-93.
Fulcher, L. C. & Ainsworth, F. (2006) Group Care for Children and Young People Revisited: Looking Ahead, Child & Youth Services. 28(1 & 2), 285-294.
Ainsworth, F. & Fulcher, L. C. (2006) Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Group Care, Child & Youth Services. 28(1 & 2), 151-176.
Burford, G. E. & Fulcher, L. C. (2006) Resident Group Influences on Team Functioning, Child & Youth Services. 28(1 & 2), 177-208.
Fulcher, L. C. (2006) It’s Only A Matter Of Time: Cross-Cultural Reflections, Journal of Relational Child & Youth Care Practice. 18(4), 58-64.
Fulcher, L. C. (2005) The Soul, Rhythms and Blues of Responsive Child and Youth Care at Home or Away from Home, Child & Youth Services. 27(1 & 2), 27-50.
Fulcher, L. C. & Ainsworth, F. (2005) Group Care Practice with Children Revisited, Child & Youth Services. 27(1 & 2), 1-26.
Small, R. W. & Fulcher, L. C. (2005) Developing Social Competencies in Group Care Practice, Child & Youth Services. 27(1 & 2), 51-74.
Sultan Abdulla Al-Shamsi, M. & Fulcher, L. C. (2005) The Impact of Polygamy on UAE First Wives and Their Children, International Child & Family Welfare 8(1), 46-55.
Fulcher, L. C. (2004) Programmes & Praxis: A Review of Taken-for-Granted Knowledge, Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care. 3(2), 33-44.
Fulcher, L. C. (2004) Learning Metaphors for Child and Youth Care Practice, Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice. 17(2), 19-27.
Fulcher, L. C. (2004) Learner-Centered Education in Subject-Centered Institutions: Metaphors for Muggle Learning. Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives, Online Journal of Zayed University, Teaching and Learning Center.
Fulcher, L. C. (2003) Rituals of Encounter that Guarantee Cultural Safety, Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice. 16(3), 20-27.
Fulcher, L. C. (2003) The Working Definition of Social Work Doesn't Work Very Well in China and Malaysia. Research on Social Work Practice: Special Edition on the Working Definition of Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications 13(3), 376-387.
Fulcher, L. C. (2002) Differential Assessment and Evaluation of Residence Life Services. Journal of College and University Housing, 31(1), 13-22.
Fulcher, L. C. (2002) Western Definitions of Social Work Don’t Work Very Well In Malaysia, Jurnal Kerja Sosial Malaysia, 1, 3-18.
Fulcher, L. C. (2002) The Duty of Care in Child & Youth Care Practice, Journal of Child and Youth Care Work. 17, 73-84.
Fulcher, L. C. (2002) Cultural Safety and the Duty of Care, Child Welfare. 81(5), 689-708.
Fulcher, L. C. (2002) Responsive Child and Youth Care at Home and Away from Home. National Council of Voluntary Child Care Organisations (NCVCCO) Annual Journal, 3, 67-94.
Fulcher, L. C. (2001) Differential Assessment of Residential Group Care for Children and Young People, The British Journal of Social Work. 31(3), 415-434.
Fulcher, L. C. (2001) Cultural Safety: Lessons from Maori Wisdom, Reclaiming Children and Youth. 10(3), 153-157.
Fulcher, L. C. (1999) The Soul, Rhythms and Blues of Residential Child Care, Journal of Child and Youth Care. 13(4), 13-28.
Fulcher, L. C. (1999) Cultural Origins of the Contemporary Family Group Conference, Child Care in Practice. 5(4), 328-339.
Cairns, T., Fulcher, L. C., Kereopa, H., Nia Nia, P. & Tait-Rolleston, W. (1998) Nga Pari Karangaranga o Puao-te-Ata-tu: Towards A Culturally Responsive Education & Training for Social Workers in New Zealand, Canadian Social Work Review. 15(2), 145-167.
Fulcher, L. C. (1998) Acknowledging Culture in Child and Youth Care Practice, Social Work Education. 17(3), 321-338.
Fulcher, L. C. & J. (1998) To Intervene Or Not? That Is The Question: Managing Risk-Taking Behaviour In Student Halls Of Residence, Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association. 11, 14-31.
Tait-Rolleston, W., Cairns, T., Fulcher, L. C., Kereopa, H. & Nia Nia, P. (1997) He Koha Kii – Na Kui Ma, Na Koro Ma: Gift of Words from Our Ancestors, Social Work Review. 9(4), 16-22.
Fulcher, L. C. (1997) Changing Care in a Changing World: The Old and New Worlds, Social Work Review. 9(1 & 2), 20-26.
Fulcher, L. C. (1996) Stari I Novi Svijet, Kriminologija & Socijalna Integracija. (Croatian) 4(2), 164-171.
Fulcher, L. C. (1994) Situations in Child and Youth Care: Saying Yes or Saying No, Journal of Child and Youth Care. 9(1), 79-82.
Fulcher, L. C. & Ainsworth, F. (1994) Child Welfare Abandoned? Ideology and the Economics of Contemporary Service Reform in New Zealand. Social Work Review. 6(5), 2-13.
Fulcher, L. C., Harbridge, R. & Robinson, B. (1994) The Dilemma Of Care: “Partial” Lockouts, Employment Contracts and Community Social Services in New Zealand. Labour & Industry. 6(1), 49-66.
Fulcher, L. C. (1994) When You're Up To Your Neck In Alligators, It’s Hard To Remember That The Original Aim Was To Drain The Swamp!: Some Lessons From New Zealand Health Sector Reform, Australian Social Work. 47(2), 47-53.
Fulcher, L. C. (1993) Yes Henry, The Space We Create Does Indeed Control Us! Journal of Child and Youth Care. 8(2), 91-100.
Fulcher, L. C. (1993) Developing Education and Training for Social Workers: Looking Ahead to 1993 and Beyond. Social Work Review, 5(3), 10-15.
Fulcher, L. C. (1988) Putting the Baby Back in the Bathwater: Rethinking the Practice Curriculum in Social Work Education, New Zealand Social Work, 12(3 & 4), 4-9.
Fulcher, L. C. (1986) Education and Training for Group Care Practice: Context, Content and Implications for Practice, Social Work Education. 5(2), 3-8.
Ainsworth, F. & Fulcher, L. C. (1984) Student Units for Practice Teaching in Group Care, Social Work Education. 3(2), 30-34.
Ainsworth, F. & Fulcher, L. C. (1984) Aspects of Residential Child Care Services and Practitioner Education – An International Review, The Canadian Journal of Child Care. 1(6), 1-9.
Ainsworth, F. & Fulcher, L. C. (1981) Group Care for Children: An Emergent Perspective, International Social Work. 26(3), 14-23.
Fulcher, L. C. (1979) Keeping Staff Sane to Accomplish Treatment, Residential and Community Child Care Administration. 1(1), 69-85.

Contributions to Edited Volumes
Fulcher, L. C. (2012). Intervention with Institutions. In C. A. Glisson, C. N. Dulmus, & K. M. Sowers, (Eds.), Social Work Practice with Groups, Communities, and Organizations: Evidence-Based Assessments and Interventions. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 229-264.
Fulcher, L. C. (2009) Foreword. In M. Smith, Rethinking Residential Child Care: Positive Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press, vi-viii.
Fulcher, L. C. (2008) Social work with institutions. In W. R. Rowe & L. A. Rapp-Paglicci, (Eds.), The Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare, Volume 3, Social Work Practice. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 611-638.
Fulcher, L. C. (2005) Foreword. In N. McElwee & G. Monaghan, Darkness on the Edge of Town: Heroin Misuse in Athlone & Portlaoise. Cape Town: Pretext Publishers, pp ix-xii
Fulcher, L. C. (2004) Beyond Western Assumptions about Social Work Theory and Research in China. In A. K. T. Tsang, M. C. Yan & W. Shera, eds, Social Work in China: A Snapshot of Critical Issues and Emerging Ideas, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 69-77. (Published simultaneously in Mandarin Chinese)
Fulcher, L. C. (2003) Foreward to T. Garfat, Ed, A Child & Youth Care Approach to Working with Families. New York: Haworth Press, pp xix - xxiii.
Fulcher, L. C. (2003) Hobbitts & Bomohs Join Harry Potter at Hogwarts on the Stairway to Azkaban: Challenges for Indigenous Social Work Education & Practice. In L. H. Kee & F. Mas’ud, eds Advancing Indigenous Social Work. Kuching, Malaysia: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak & Sarawak Ministry of Social Development & Urbanisation.
Fulcher, L. C. (2001) Beyond Western Assumptions about Social Work Theory and Research in China. Tsang, K. T., Wang, S. B. & Yan, M. C. (Eds) Proceedings of International Symposium on 21st Century Social Work Development in China. Beijing, China: China Social Sciences Press, pp. 83-94. (Mandarin)
Fulcher, L. C. (2001) Cultural Origins of the Contemporary Family Group Conference. In L. Merkel-Holguin & L. Wilmot (Eds) 2000 Family Group Decision Making Roundtable: Summary of Proceedings. Englewood, Colorado: American Humane Association.
Cairns, T., Fulcher, L. C. & Tait-Rolleston, W. with Kereopa, H. & T., Nia Nia, P. & Waiariki, W. (1996) Puao-te-Ata-tu (Daybreak) Revisited. In D. J. McDonald & L. R. Cleave, eds, Partnerships that Work? Proceedings of the 1995 Asia-Pacific Regional Social Services Conference, Christchurch: University of Canterbury for the International Council on Social Welfare, & the Asian-Pacific Association of Social Work Education, pp. 44-47.
Fulcher, L. C. (1991) Teamwork in Residential Care. In J. Beker & Z. Eisikovits, eds, Knowledge Utilization in Residential Child and Youth Care Practice, Washington DC: Child Welfare League of America, pp. 215-235.
Central Council for Education & Training in Social Work (1983). A Practice Curriculum in Group Care. CCETSW paper 14.2. London. (with Frank Ainsworth)
On-line Education & Training and CD-ROMs with Workbooks
Fulcher, L. C., Garfat, T., Modley, J. & Graham, S. (2009) Outcomes that Matter for Children and Young People in Out-of-Home Care, a 20 Module on-line course for Carers via The Learning Zone at www.cyc-net.org.

Fulcher, L C, Garfat, T., Modley, J & Graham, S (2009) Introduction to Child and Youth Care Work, a 30 Module on-line course for child and youth care workers via The Learning Zone at www.cyc-net.org.

Fulcher, L C (2006) The Kibble Quiz. A computer game designed for young people referred to this independent residential school because of social and behavioural maladjustment, and to introduce family members to Kibble Education & Care Centre, the largest independent youth care agency of its kind in the United Kingdom.

Fulcher, L C (2005) The Living Jigsaw. Simulated encounters on this interactive CD-ROM with Adobe Reader Workbook introduce 40 characters that share stories about developmental assets and the way these have impacted on their lives. The characters also test observation and active listening skills of teachers, social workers & youth workers.

Fulcher, L C (2005) Images of Working@Kibble Education and Care Centre. This computer game employs e-learning technology to create an orientation and induction training programme for prospective employees and those already holding positions at this largest independent child and youth care agency in the United Kingdom.

Fulcher, L C (2004) Images of Men Caring. Simulated encounters on this interactive CD-ROM with Adobe Reader Workbook introduce 28 characters that test observation and active listening skills with more than 150 video clips for use in recruitment, induction and in-service training for males employed in youth care and youth work services.

Fulcher, L C (2003) Images of Ourselves. Simulated encounters on this interactive CD-ROM with Adobe Reader Workbook introduce 28 characters that test observation and active listening skills with more than 150 video clips for use in equalities, equity and diversity training for those employed in the human services.

Fulcher, L C (2003) Images of Practice in Student Residence Life. Simulated encounters on this interactive CD-ROM with Adobe Reader Workbook introduce 28 characters that test observation and active listening skills with more than 150 video clips for use in the recruitment and training of college and university housing officers.



Fulcher, L C (2002) Images of Practice in Child & Youth Care. Simulated encounters on this interactive CD-ROM with Adobe Reader Workbook introduce 28 characters that test observation and active listening skills with more than 150 video clips for use in foundation level courses in social work or child and youth care and distance education.

Electronic Media


Monthly Contributor to Child & Youth Care Online the international electronic journal for child and youth care workers since May 1999, writing a Regular Feature column called Postcard from Leon accessed via the website address http://www.cyc-net.org.

June 1999 Beijing July 1999 Scotland

August 1999 Northern Ireland September 1999 New Zealand

October 1999 Sarawak North Borneo November 1999 Semenanjung Malaysia

December 1999 China January 2000 Scotland

February 2000 Ireland March 2000 The Prairies of Canada

April 2000 LAX International Airport May 2000 te Urewera New Zealand

June 2000 London July 2000 Cleveland, OH USA

August 2000 Pittsburgh, PA USA September 2000 Kuching, Sarawak

October 2000 Penang, Malaysia November 2000 Hong Kong

December 2000 Changsha, PRC January 2001 Hong Kong

February 2001 London March 2001 Seattle, WA USA

April 2001 Wellington, New Zealand May 2001 te Urewera New Zealand

June 2001 Scotland July 2001 Kuala Lumpur

August 2001 Sri Aman, East Malaysia September 2001 Singapore

October 2001 New Zealand November 2001 Kentucky

December 2001 New Zealand’s South Island January 2002 Bay of Plenty, NZ

February 2002 New Zealand’s Capital City March 2002 Wellington, NZ

April 2002 Lake Waikaremoana, NZ May 2002 Wellington, NZ

June 2002 The United Nations July 2002 The World Cup

August 2002 Disney World, Orlando September 2002 Paris

October 2002 Trondheim, Norway November 2002 Crannog Nua, Eire

December 2002 An Airport Transit Lounge January 2003 Newfoundland

February 2003 Horowhenua, New Zealand March 2003 @Home in Scotland

April 2003 Back Home in New Zealand May 2003 Heathrow, London

June 2003 United Arab Emirates July 2003 Eire

August 2003 Edinburgh September 2003 United Arab Emirates

October 2003 Abu Dhabi, UAE November 2003 During Ramadan

December 2003 Malaysia January 2004 Abu Dhabi, UAE

February 2004 Eire March 2004 Dubai, UAE

April 2004 Al Ain, UAE May 2004 The Middle East

June 2004 Abu Dhabi July 2004 Seattle, WA USA

August 2004 New Zealand September 2004 East Malaysia

October 2004 Scotland November 2004 UAE University

December 2004 Al Ain, UAE January 2005 The Omani Desert

February 2005 A UAE Aeronautics Show March 2005 Scout Camp, Dubai

April 2005 Sultanate of Oman May 2005 Glasgow

June 2005 Omani Town of Niswa July 2005 Edinburgh

August 2005 Milwaukee September 2005 Al Ain, UAE

October 2005 Oman November 2005 Eid Mubarak

December 2005 Khor Fakkan, UAE January 2006 Al Ain, UAE

February 2006 Fiji March 2006 Abu Dhabi, UAE

April 2006 Islamabad May 2006 Washington DC

June 2006 United Arab Emirates July 2006 Atlanta, GA USA

August 2006 Talladega, Alabama September 2006 Green Mubazzara UAE

October 2006 The West of Scotland November 2006 Montreal

December 2006 Paisley, Scotland January 2007 Dublin

February 2007 New Zealand March 2007 Papua New Guinea

April 2007 New Zealand May 2007 Wales

June 2007 Saskatchewan July 2007 The East of Scotland

August 2007 España September 2007 Nottingham

October 2007 A UK Railway Carriage November 2007 Hampden Park, Scotland

December 2007 Scotland January-February 2008 New Zealand

March 2008 South Auckland, NZ April 2008 Australia

May 2008 Brussels June 2008 New Zealand

July 2008 The Cook Islands August 2008 A Palo Alto Graduation

September 2008 Wales October 2008 Venice

November 2008 The Cinque Terre (Italy) December 2008 Wellington NZ

January 2009 Coromandel, New Zealand February 2008 New Zealand

March 2009 Ayrshire, Scotland April 2009 Abu Dhabi, UAE

May 2009 England June 2009 Copenhagen

July 2009 Ft Lauderdale, Florida August 2009 Eastern Cape, South Africa

September 2009 Bloemfontein, South Africa October 2009 IFCO Dublin

November 2009 Bangkok December 2009 New Zealand

January 2010 New Zealand February 2010 New Zealand

March 2010 New Zealand April 2010 New Zealand

May 2010 United Kingdom June 2010 Western Hebrides

July 2010 London August 2010 Boise, ID USA

September 2010 Runnymeade, England October 2010 Muscat, Oman

November 2010 Adelaide December 2010 Houston

January 2011 Cape Town February 2011 The United Kingdom

March 2011 Dublin April 2011 Colorado

May 2011 Prague June 2011 The East Neuk of Fife

July 2011 The Southeast of England August 2011 Victoria, BC Canada

September 2011 South Dakota, USA October 2011 Sligo, Republic of Ireland

November 2011 New Zealand December 2011 New Zealand

January 2012 Wairoa, New Zealand February 2012 Lake Waikaremoana

March 2012 Tuai, New Zealand April 2012 The West of Scotland

May 2012 Provence and Carcassonne June 2012 Tuscany

July 2012 Vienna August 2012 Pilanesberg, South Africa

September 2012 New Zealand October 2012 Australia

November 2012 New Zealand December 2012 Lake Waikaremoana, NZ

January 2013 Coromandel Peninsula, NZ February 2013 Lake Waikaremoana, NZ

March 2013 Bangladesh April 2013 Hawkes Bay, NZ

May 2013 Child & Youth Care Week June 2013 Denver Zoo

July 2013 Travelling from The World August 2013 Aberdeen, Scotland

September 2013 Pakistan October 2013 Wairoa, New Zealand

November 2013 New Orleans December 2013 Thunder Bay, Canada

January 2014 Farewell Nelson Mandella February 2014 Lake Waikaremoana

March 2014 Coromandel Peninsula NZ April 2014 Papatuanuku Marae, Mangere, NZ

May 2014 Cyberspace June 2014 Vienna

July 2014 The FIFA World Cup August 2014 Abu Dhabi, UAE

September 2014 Waikaremoana, New Zealand October 2014 Scotland

November 2014 Moncton, New Brunswick December 2014 Indianapolis, Indiana

January 2015 Hockley Valley Resort, Toronto February 2015 Wairoa A&P, New Zealand

March 2015 New Zealand April 2015 New Zealand

May 2015 ANZAC Day New Zealand June 2015 FIFA Under-20 World Cup

July 2015 FIFA Under-20 World Cup2 August 2015 Robben Island, Cape Town, SA

September 2015 Cape Town, South Africa October 2015 Kruger National Park, SA

November 2015 Scotland December 2015 Port Hope, ON Canada

January 2016 Cholmondeley, Christchurch, NZ February 2016 Rangitoto Island, Auckland NZ

March 2016 Weir House 1996 Reunion, Wellington April 2016
ACUHO-I Talking Stick: Association of College and University Housing Officers International

Volume 21, Number 6 (June 2004) A Value-Added ACUHO-I Study Tour

Volume 20, Number 3 (November 2002) Postcard from Greenwich–Where Time Begins

Number 4 (February 2003) Postcard from Universiti Kabangsaan Malaysia

Number 6 (June 2003) Postcard from ASRA Conference, Manchester

Volume 19, Number 1 (September 2001) Selamat Datang from Malaysia

Number 3 (November 2001) Ni Hau from China

Number 4 (February 2002) Some Reflections on Benchmarking from Asia

Number 5 (March 2002) Some Further Reflections From Singapura

Number 6 (June 2002) What’s In A Name? – Dorms, Hostels, Halls of Residence & Residential Colleges
REFERENCES (available on request) signature

Leon C. Fulcher, MSW, PhD



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