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  1.  Learning to Live Well Together

    Learning to Live Well Together

    Case Studies in Interfaith Diversity

    Tom Wilson and Riaz Ravat

    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. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 176pp
  2.  Pain is Really Strange

    Pain is Really Strange

    Steve Haines. Art by Sophie Standing.

    Understanding pain is a very good way of relieving it. This engaging, funny, and highly original research-based graphic book explains the nature of pain and how you can effectively relieve pain by changing your mind's habits. Learn More
    Jun 2017, Hardback, 9.06in x 6.69in / 230mm x 170mm, 40pp, $24.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84819-366-6
    2015, Paperback / softback, 9.06in x 6.69in / 230mm x 170mm, 32pp, $14.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84819-264-5
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, $14.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85701-212-8
  3.  Rebuilding Life after Stroke

    Rebuilding Life after Stroke

    Psychological Wellbeing

    Reg Morris, Malin Falck, Tamsin Miles, Julie Wilcox, Sam Fisher-Hicks

    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. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 232pp
  4.  Listening to Young Children, Expanded Third Edition

    Listening to Young Children, Expanded Third Edition

    A Guide to Understanding and Using the Mosaic Approach

    Alison Clark. Foreword by Peter Moss.

    This fully updated expanded book explains how to use the Mosaic approach, a practice that instils the importance of listening to children's life experiences. It shows how to use it in a variety of settings, outlines the future directions of the approach, offers case studies and also covers working with vulnerable children. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 192pp
  5.  Caught in the Web of the Criminal Justice System

    Caught in the Web of the Criminal Justice System

    Autism, Developmental Disabilities and Sex Offenses

    Edited by Lawrence A. Dubin, J.D. and Emily Horowitz, Ph.D. Foreword by Alan Gershel, J.D.

    Arguing for reform in the judicial treatment of people convicted of sex offenses, this book examines how sentencing policies are based on emotion rather than research. Using the lens of harsh sex offense prosecutions of those with developmental disabilities, this book highlights the hysteria underlying our approach to sex offenses. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 336pp
  6.  Seven Scents

    Seven Scents

    Healing and the Aromatic Imagination

    Dorothy P. Abram, illustrated by Laura Mernoff

    Examining the psychoactive nature of seven aromatic plants, this book centres on scent as a line of inquiry in the exploration of spiritual and healing states. Offering an exciting entry into the complexities of human experience, this book also makes reference to Biblical, Greek and Hindu stories and reveals new dimensions of knowledge. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 160pp
  7.  Can I tell you about Loneliness?

    Can I tell you about Loneliness?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Julian Stern, illustrated by Helen Lees

    Jan experiences loneliness. In this illustrated guide, he explains what loneliness is, how it can affect his daily life at home and school and what others can do to help. It is an ideal way to start conversations about loneliness with children aged 7+ and also includes advice on how best to support a child who is lonely. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 64pp
  8.  Trauma-Sensitive Yoga

    Trauma-Sensitive Yoga

    Dagmar Härle. Foreword by David Emerson.

    Trauma-sensitive yoga is a body-based intervention for treating emotional responses to trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. This book explains why yoga is a useful approach for trauma therapy and shows how to use this method in one-to-one and group settings. It also includes useful examples of non-triggering asanas and breathing exercises. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 304pp
  9.  New Developments in Expressive Arts Therapy

    New Developments in Expressive Arts Therapy

    The Play of Poiesis

    Edited by Ellen G. Levine and Stephen K. Levine

    With contributions from well-known, international arts therapists, this collection considers the development and expansion of the field of expressive arts. It covers new theoretical concepts and practice introduced in recent years and reflects on their relevance to the fields of therapy, education, research and social and ecological change. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 336pp
  10. A Special Kind of Grief

    A Special Kind of Grief

    The Complete Guide for Supporting Bereavement and Loss in Special Schools (and Other SEND Settings)

    Sarah Helton

    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. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 176pp

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