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By Joy Beaney
Creating Autism Champions is a ready-to-use resource for raising autism awareness and promoting inclusion in primary schools. Helping children and staff to become 'autism champions', it is easily adaptable and includes staff training, a whole-school assembly, lesson plans, photocopiable worksheets and online presentations.
By Rachel Cohen
This book explores the intersection of outsider art, traditionally the work of psychiatric patients, offenders and minority groups, and art therapy. It focuses on their shared histories of art created in psychiatric care in order to help to clarify how each field is defined and identified today.
This book explores relationships between the medical, psychological and spiritual requirements of patients in health care settings. Building on understanding between all health care disciplines and offering a model for practical development, it presents a holistic, inclusive approach to providing effective care for patients.
The Clinician\'s Guide to Forensic Music Therapy: Treatment Manuals for Group Cognitive Analytic Music Therapy (G-CAMT) and Music Therapy Anger Management (MTAM)
Providing two clinically proven manuals for music therapy in forensic and other psychiatric settings, this book offers clear and practical support to music therapists. As the first of its kind, it is a vital resource for music therapists, especially those in forensic and other psychiatric settings.
This Social Stories TM writing guide offers a detailed, clear and engaging demonstration of the wider value of specialised storytelling for young people growing up with autism. Fully illustrated and contextualised with helpful introductions and examples, it is an invaluable guide for helping children with autism progress towards an easier...
With 14 ready-to-use protocols, this book explains the theory and practice of art therapy approaches to grief and features client case studies and art therapists' own experiences. Methods, procedures and a discussion of themes are organised in an instructional manner for ease of replication in a wide variety of clinical...
Child Sexual Exploitation After Rotherham: Understanding the Consequences and Recommendations for Practice
Written for professionals and managers working across children's services, this book examines the recent case of widespread child sexual abuse which took place in Rotherham over many years, despite cases being reported to the police. It examines what went wrong and provides recommendations for improving responses throughout children's services.
Becoming an Adoption-Friendly School: A Whole-School Resource for Supporting Children Who Have Experienced Trauma or Loss - With Complementary Downloadable Material
Based on research conducted by the adoption support agency PAC-UK, this guide will show school leaders how to develop their adoption-friendly policies and practice, with photocopiable and printable resources. Identifying eight key areas for improvement such as staff training and communication with families, it is applicable to all school settings.
By Ilse Sand
Highly sensitive people tend to be natural and popular caretakers, though this practice can be over-stimulating and draining for them. This book offers effective strategies and tools for sensitive people to hone their care-taking strengths in a balanced and sustainable way.
This best-practice guide will equip leaders in early years settings to develop their performance management skills in all areas of their business. Based on years of experience in the field, the bite-sized chapters offer clear advice on how to excel in every-day scenarios as well as how to tackle trickier...