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  1.  Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook

    Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook

    A Practical Guide to Long-Term Recovery

    Dr Nicola Davies and Emma Bacon

    Thoughtfully developed activities will help you to understand, overcome, and maintain recovery from your eating disorder. This complete resource is designed for individual recovery as well as for use in counselling, schools, or self-help groups. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 240pp
  2.  Understanding and Evaluating Autism Theory

    Understanding and Evaluating Autism Theory

    Nick Chown

    As it stands, there is little crossover between theoretical knowledge on autism and Asperger syndrome, and autism intervention. This textbook provides the first guide to all theoretical output, including 'mainstream' and 'alternative', as well as non-specific theories that can be applied to autism and Asperger syndrome. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 368pp
  3.  Positive Body Image for Kids

    Positive Body Image for Kids

    A Strengths-Based Curriculum for Children Aged 7-11

    Ruth MacConville

    A 16-session programme to help children aged 7-11 build a positive body image. The strengths-based approach develops self-esteem and resilience, and helps children understand differences. Sessions also cover the media's role and healthy eating. A training session for staff is included, as well as guidance on how to involve parents. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 248pp
  4.  Charley Chatty and the Wiggly Worry Worm

    Charley Chatty and the Wiggly Worry Worm

    A story about insecurity and attention-seeking

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Amy Farrell

    Charley Chatty talks to everyone about everything. There's just so much to say! Her brother gets bored and walks away. Her sister puts her hands on her ears. Today Charley's wiggly worry worm is making her feel very anxious, that is until she starts to tell a very big tale. This is the perfect story for any child who talks for attention. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 32pp
  5.  M in the Middle

    M in the Middle

    Secret Crushes, Mega-Colossal Anxiety and the People’s Republic of Autism

    The Students of Limpsfield Grange School and Vicky Martin

    Oct 2016, 352pp
  6.  Sophie Spikey Has a Very Big Problem

    Sophie Spikey Has a Very Big Problem

    A story about refusing help and needing to be in control

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Amy Farrell

    Sophie Spikey needs help but no way is she asking for it. She's become used to doing things by herself and that's how she likes it. Will Sophie remain stubborn when her new mum offers to help solve her problem? This is the perfect story for any child who refuses help and likes to be in control. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 32pp
  7.  Feeling the Way

    Feeling the Way

    Touch, Qi Gong healing, and the Daoist tradition

    Rob Long

    Develop your hand sensitivity and awaken your healing hands with the help of this practical guide. Inspired by Daoist philosophy and concepts of Qi, the book features illustrations and instructive techniques for working energetically with your hands, allowing you to develop refined diagnostic and healing methods. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 136pp
  8.  Rhythm to Recovery

    Rhythm to Recovery

    A Practical Guide to Using Rhythmic Music, Voice and Movement for Social and Emotional Development

    Simon Faulkner. Foreword by James Oshinsky, Ph.D

    Learn how to utilise rhythm and reflection in both therapeutic and educational settings with this practical guide. This book presents a model of practice with a proven track record for social and emotional development, with examples of fun, interactive rhythmic exercises to use with both individuals and groups. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 256pp
  9.  Working with Violence and Confrontation Using Solution Focused Approaches

    Working with Violence and Confrontation Using Solution Focused Approaches

    Creative Practice with Children, Young People and Adults

    Judith Milner and Steve Myers. Foreword by Andrew Turnell

    An authoritative guide to carrying out solution focused work with all forms of violence - whether with a perpetrator or victim, adult or child. It shows how effective solution focused approaches are in transforming violent behaviours and will be a useful tool for professionals across the human services. Learn More
    Oct 2016, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 168pp, £19.99
    ISBN: 9781785920554
  10.  Digital Kids

    Digital Kids

    How to Balance Screen Time, and Why it Matters

    Martin L. Kutscher, MD

    Help children and young people to have healthy relationships with the internet with this handy book. Showing you when and why exposure to digital media becomes excessive and problematic, this book also provides practical steps for dealing with problems effectively. The book also includes advice for working with kids with ADHD and autism. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 144pp

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