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  1.  Urban Violence

    Urban Violence

    Mian Xiang (Face Reading) for Self Defence

    Serge Augier, illustrated by Kathy Burke

    The first comprehensive guide to Mian Xiang for self-defence, this book explains how the art of face reading can enable martial arts practitioners to read people and situations quickly, empowering them to avoid fights or to respond to different types of aggressors in the most appropriate way. Learn More
    May 2016, 240pp
  2. The Parents' Guide to Specific Learning Difficulties

    The Parents' Guide to Specific Learning Difficulties

    Information, Advice and Practical Tips

    Veronica Bidwell

    From dyslexia to ADHD, from poor working memory to slow visual processing, Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) represent real differences in the way children learn. This book sets out to demystify SpLDs and provide practical strategies to support and motivate children throughout their education. Learn More
    May 2016, 352pp
  3.  Every Body Tells a Story

    Every Body Tells a Story

    A Craniosacral Journey

    Liz Kalinowska and Daška Hatton

    This illuminating overview of ten craniosacral treatment sessions offers helpful insight into the subtleties of the client-therapist relationship. Taken from real-life experience, the perspectives of the client, therapist and authors will help you to refine your therapeutic skills and set you on the path to becoming a more intuitive therapist. Learn More
    May 2016, 200pp
  4.  Comparative Psychology for Clinical Psychologists and Therapists

    Comparative Psychology for Clinical Psychologists and Therapists

    What Animal Behavior Can Tell Us about Human Psychology

    Daniel C. Marston and Terry L. Maple

    Revealing what comparative psychology can offer clinical psychologists and therapists, this book presents effective interventions based on insights from research into animal behaviors. Chapters focus on different disorders or behaviors that are difficult or impossible to study in humans, from autism to substance abuse, and include case examples. Learn More
    May 2016, 256pp
  5. The Weighted Blanket Guide

    The Weighted Blanket Guide

    Everything You Need to Know about Weighted Blankets and Deep Pressure for Autism, Chronic Pain, and Other Conditions

    Eileen Parker and Cara Koscinski

    This concise guide provides everything you need to know about deep pressure and using weighted blankets to help with sensory integration, improve sleep, lessen anxiety, ease chronic pain, and more. Based on up-to-date research, it dispels online myths and provides reliable information on selecting safe and effective weighted blankets. Learn More
    May 2016, 112pp
  6. The Menopause Maze

    The Menopause Maze

    The Complete Guide to Conventional, Complementary and Self-Help Options

    Dr Megan A. Arroll and Liz Efiong

    With practical hints and tips for relieving symptoms of the menopause, this book gives an honest account of the pros and cons of HRT, bioidentical HRT and alternative therapies based on research evidence. It is the essential guide for navigating your way through the barrage of information and options to find the best approach for you. Learn More
    May 2016, 256pp
  7.  Yoga for a Happy Back

    Yoga for a Happy Back

    A Teacher's Guide to Spinal Health through Yoga Therapy

    Rachel Krentzman PT, E-RYT. Foreword by Aadil Palkhivala

    This instructional guide provides training for yoga teachers and physical therapists on how to use yoga therapy to relieve back pain and improve spinal health. Fully illustrated with photographs and line drawings, it also includes essential information on how to design effective classes and individual sessions. Learn More
    May 2016, 296pp
  8.  Whistleblowing and Ethics in Health and Social Care

    Whistleblowing and Ethics in Health and Social Care

    Angie Ash

    Exploring the moral impetus for people to speak out and the fear that stops them from doing so, this book looks at the ethics of whistleblowing and shows how we can go about creating a supportive workplace culture for those raising concerns about unethical practice in health and social care. Learn More
    May 2016, 184pp
  9.  Contemporary Family Justice

    Contemporary Family Justice

    Policy and Practice in Complex Child Protection Decisions

    Kim Holt. Foreword by Sir James Munby

    A compelling critique of the family justice system, this book encourages reflection on the ways in which the needs of children and families are potentially compromised. By showing how the policy looks in practice, it describes how we can ensure the best outcome for children and families under the pressure of timescales and targets. Learn More
    May 2016, 168pp
  10.  Challenges in Professional Supervision

    Challenges in Professional Supervision

    Current Themes and Models for Practice

    Liz Beddoe and Allyson Davys

    This is the authoritative guide to the issues, trends and developments taking place in professional supervision practice. Drawing on the latest research and theory it also explores new and innovative modes, models and skills being employed to best carry out supervision across professions such as health, social care and counselling. Learn More
    May 2016, 248pp

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