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  1.  Making Your Secondary School E-safe

    Making Your Secondary School E-safe

    Whole School Cyberbullying and E-safety Strategies for Meeting Ofsted Requirements

    Adrienne Katz

    Cyberbullying, sexting, grooming and other online risks are a daily reality for teenagers so there is an increasing need to effectively teach e-safety in secondary schools. This practical teaching resource for school staff outlines policy and practice and provides ready-to-use activities to help schools meet Ofsted requirements for e-safety. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 320pp
  2.  Promoting Child and Parent Wellbeing

    Promoting Child and Parent Wellbeing

    How to Use Evidence- and Strengths-Based Strategies in Practice

    Carole Sutton

    Taking a strengths-based approach, this book looks at ways practitioners can enhance children's wellbeing by identifying protective factors and positive ways of working with children and their families. Grounded in research yet accessible, the strategies presented will help to encourage positive behaviour and promote emotional and mental wellbeing. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 240pp
  3.  Unemployed on the Autism Spectrum

    Unemployed on the Autism Spectrum

    How to Cope Productively with the Effects of Unemployment and Jobhunt with Confidence

    Michael John Carley

    Addressing the high rate of unemployment among people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), this vital guide offers advice on how you can overcome negative emotions, maintain your confidence and process unemployment in an emotionally healthy way. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 160pp
  4.  Hidden Cameras

    Hidden Cameras

    Everything You Need to Know About Covert Recording, Undercover Cameras and Secret Filming

    Joe Plomin

    Providing authoritative information on the practicalities of using hidden cameras to expose abuse or wrongdoing, this book is vital reading for anyone who may use or encounter secret filming. It gives specific advice on using phones or covert cameras and covers the complex legal and ethical issues that need to be considered. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 224pp
  5.  Sex, Drugs and Asperger's Syndrome (ASD)

    Sex, Drugs and Asperger's Syndrome (ASD)

    A User Guide to Adulthood

    Luke Jackson, Foreword by Tony Attwood

    Luke Jackson serves up a sparkling guide to young adulthood on the autism spectrum in this sequel to his best-selling Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome. Offering personal insights, he covers everything from bullying and drugs to finding a job, navigating relationships, and sex. A must read for all young adults with autism. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 208pp
  6.  Do Lemons Have Feathers?

    Do Lemons Have Feathers?

    More to Autism than Meets the Eye

    David J. Burns

    Have you heard the one about the man who mistook a canary for a lemon? How about the book that tells you exactly what that joke has to do with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Filled with personal insights, anecdotes and practical advice, David J. Burns lets you know what can be achieved because of, and not in spite of, an ASD diagnosis. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 184pp
  7. The Boy from Hell

    The Boy from Hell

    Life with a Child with ADHD

    Alison M. Thompson

    ADHD has cast a long shadow over Daniel's life, and over that of his mother Alison. In this candid account of life with an ADHD child, Alison openly discusses her family's experiences with education, the police, and medication. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 184pp
  8. The Western Herbal Tradition

    The Western Herbal Tradition

    2000 Years of Medicinal Plant Knowledge

    Graeme Tobyn, Alison Denham and Margaret Whitelegg. Foreword by Sheila Kingsbury

    Presenting a valuable new angle for your phytotherapy practice, this book traces the uses of 27 vital plants through 2000 years of history. From Dioscorides and Trotula to the great Renaissance folios and up to present day, this book demonstrates how traditional usage can be transmuted into your current practice. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 392pp
  9. The Parent's Guide to Occupational Therapy for Autism and Other Special Needs

    The Parent's Guide to Occupational Therapy for Autism and Other Special Needs

    Practical Strategies for Motor Skills, Sensory Integration, Toilet Training, and More

    Cara Koscinski

    Expanding upon the award winning first edition, this essential guide for parents of children with autism and other special needs covers sensory processing, toileting, feeding, and much more. It provides clear explanations of common behaviors and offers simple exercises to support development at home. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 192pp
  10.  Aromatica

    Aromatica

    A Clinical Guide to Essential Oil Therapeutics. Volume 1: Principles and Profiles

    Peter Holmes LAc, MH

    This clinical reference provides complementary therapists with a reliable, detailed database of essential oils and their psychological, physiological and topical uses. Taking a holistic approach, Peter Holmes provides a wealth of information on the uses of essential oils in energetic and Chinese medicine. Extensive Materia Medica included. Learn More
    Feb 2016, 400pp

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