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This accessible guide shows social workers and counsellors how to work effectively with very young children who have experienced domestic violence. Based on neurobiological research and over 25 years' experience in the field, it demonstrates how to deliver successful child-led therapy and work with the whole family to help each...
One year after Brexit, a stellar cast of eminent contributors from politics, public service and religion explore why now more than ever, public servants must consider and reassess how to keep moral courage in public life alive.
A Special Kind of Grief: The Complete Guide for Supporting Bereavement and Loss in Special Schools (and Other SEND Settings)
A toolkit for all special educational needs professionals, providing the resources to ensure that every special school is prepared to handle a pupil bereavement, as well as giving the knowledge and tools to effectively support bereaved children.
By Reg Morris
Exploring the psychological impact of having a stroke, this book provides ways of learning to deal with these effects. Full of practical advice, and insight from stroke survivors, it gives guidance on how to accept and live with some of the long-lasting effects of a stroke.
By Tom Wilson
Shows how to overcome intolerance and promote positive interactions in multi-faith societies. With real examples from case studies, this book demonstrates how to address the frictions that may arise for harmonious living among multi-faith communities and better relations between the members of the public and people who run community services.
By Robin Dynes
A collection of over 100 structured activities for use with groups of older people that are designed to improve overall physical health and emotional wellbeing. Each activity comes with specific instructions for delivery along with helpful handouts and additional resources.
This book fully explains the provisions of the Care Act 2014 and its implications for health and social care in the UK. Written by a leading authority in the field, it addresses the issues arising from the new legislation and its impact on everyday health and social care practice.
By Susan Young
A psychoeducational group programme designed for children aged 8-12 with social, behavioural and emotional challenges. Presented as a manual with group sessions to be delivered by healthcare practitioners and individual coaching sessions for use with families, the CBT programme builds awareness of emotions, self-regulation, and critical reasoning.
Two leading speech therapists in the field explain what voice and communication therapy can offer transgender and non-binary individuals and the interventions used. Each chapter features narratives of individuals transitioning, giving an account of their experience transferring voice and communication skills from the clinic to the real world.
By Luke Tanner
Providing clear answers for one of the most taboo challenges facing dementia care professionals today, this book instructs carers on how to re-evaluate their use of physical contact to create a more effective, person-centred care system, through training exercises on consent and non-verbal communication.