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  1. Christians Hearing Voices

    Christians Hearing Voices

    Affirming Experience and Finding Meaning

    Christopher C. H. Cook

    An arresting collection of first-hand accounts from Christians who hear voices, be they comforting, critical or conversational. The author's background in theology and psychiatry allows him to evaluate and interpret these stories to help the reader engage with the theological issues raised and find meaning from them. Learn More
    Dec 2020, 192pp
  2. Promoting Inclusion and Diversity in Early Years Settings

    Promoting Inclusion and Diversity in Early Years Settings

    A Professional Guide to Ethnicity, Religion, Culture and Language

    Chandrika Devarakonda

    Supporting professionals to promote diversity and inclusion in early years settings, this book promotes awareness and understanding of the needs of children and families from diverse backgrounds, and provides the steps that practitioners can take to enhance their learning and help them reach their full potential. Learn More
    Nov 2020, 208pp
  3. Theraplay® – Theory, Applications and Implementation

    Theraplay® – Theory, Applications and Implementation

    Edited by Sandra Lindaman and Rana Hong. Foreword by Phyllis Booth.

    Officially supported and endorsed by the Theraplay Institute, this handbook provides concrete, practical assistance from international experts on deepening Theraplay knowledge and skills in a variety of areas of practice. It is essential reading for any Theraplay practitioner wanting to ensure their approach is carefully tailored to every setting. Learn More
    Nov 2020, 304pp
  4. A Practical Guide to Working with Sex Offenders

    A Practical Guide to Working with Sex Offenders

    Diane Wills and Andrew Wills

    By applying theories of sexual abuse, risk and decision-making to practice, this guide offers a holistic approach to ethically difficult decisions and situations that social workers are often faced with in their career. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 208pp
  5. Challenging Perfectionism

    Challenging Perfectionism

    An Integrative Approach for Supporting Young People Using ACT, CBT and DBT

    Dawn Starley

    A practical resource to help young people cope with symptoms surrounding perfectionism, which can have a huge impact on education and development. Using CBT, ACT and DBT strategies, it provides everyday strategies to implement straight away and includes guidance for professionals working alongside young people too. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 256pp
  6. Talking Consent

    Talking Consent

    16 Workshops on Relationship and Sexual Education for Schools and Other Youth Settings

    Pete Wallis and Thalia Wallis

    This book provides teachers and parents with guidance on how to talk to young people about consent, pornography, sexting, sex in the media, and other related topics, showing how to discuss these complicated issues in constructive ways. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 304pp
  7. How to Be Ace

    How to Be Ace

    A Memoir of Growing Up Asexual

    Rebecca Burgess

    Brave, witty and empowering, this graphic memoir follows Rebecca as she navigates her asexual identity and mental health in a world obsessed with sex. From school to work to relationships, this book offers an unparalleled insight into asexuality. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 208pp
  8. The Trans Self-Care Workbook

    The Trans Self-Care Workbook

    A Coloring Book and Journal for Trans and Non-Binary People

    Theo Lorenz

    A creative workbook for the trans and non-binary community, including colouring pages, journaling prompts and reflective exercises. Drawing on CBT and mindfulness techniques, topics include euphoria and dysphoria, coming out and building relationships, promoting the message that although no experience is identical to another, nobody is alone. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 176pp
  9. The Simple Guide to Complex Trauma and Dissociation

    The Simple Guide to Complex Trauma and Dissociation

    What It Is and How to Help

    Betsy de Thierry. Foreword by Graham Music, illustrated by Emma Reeves

    This guide is essential for any adult caring for or working with dissociative children affected by early trauma. Full of helpful information and advice, it differentiates trauma from complex trauma and provides information on the different types of dissociation, as well as practical advice and tips on aiding recovery. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 144pp
  10. Riley the Brave - The Little Cub with Big Feelings!

    Riley the Brave - The Little Cub with Big Feelings!

    Help for Cubs Who Have Had A Tough Start in Life

    Jessica Sinarski, illustrated by Zachary Kline

    Riley is the story of a little bear with big feelings. Join this super-cool cub as he faces his fears with the animals who love him. This picture book is for children who have experienced trauma, to help them understand their overwhelming feelings, and learn to trust the safe grown-ups around them. Includes afterword for adults. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 48pp

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