The Croft Team have written a book which describes the work of the service and in particular the role of multifamily group work. This is a comprehensive account of how the multi disciplinary team work together to provide intensive, holistic healthcare
Holmes, J, Oldfield, A. and Polichroniades (2011) 'Creating Change for Complex Children and Their Families: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Mulit-Family Work.', Jessica Kingsley Publications.
Publications on music therapy work at the Croft include:
Carter, E. and Oldfield, A. (2002) ‘A Music Therapy Group to
assist Clinical Diagnoses in Child and Family Psychiatry’ in: Davies A and Richards E (eds) Group Work in Music Therapy, London, Jessica Kingsley Publications.
Oldfield, A. and Bunce, L. (2001) ‘Mummy can play too… - Music Therapy with Mothers and Young Children’, British Journal of Music Therapy. Vol 15, no 1 pp. 27-36.
Oldfield A. (2000) ‘Music Therapy as a Contribution to the
Diagnosis made by the Staff Team in Child and Family Psychiatry – an Initial Description of a Methodology that is still emerging through Clinical Practice’ in: Wigram T. (ed) Assessment and Evaluation in the Arts Therapies, St Albans, UK: Harper House Publications, pp.93-101.
Carter, E. (2002) ‘Playing our part; the role of a music therapy group as an aid to diagnosis.’ paper given at World Congress of Music Therapy, Oxford 2002.