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Coming soon! Reading and Expressive Writing with Traumatised Children, Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Reading and Expressive Writing with Traumatised Children, Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Unpack My Heart with Words

Marion Baraitser

Drawing on the author's work with young asylum seekers and refugees, this book explores how literature can be used to help children and young people who have been victims of violence overcome their experiences and regain self-worth. It covers all aspects of implementing the therapy, including the theory behind it and practical advice. more »

July 2014, Paperback: £19.99/ $39.95
ISBN: 978-1-84905-384-6, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 240pp

Keywords: child psychology, children, children's rights, communication, counselling, creative writing as therapy, creativity, emotions, expressive therapies, grief, health care, pastoral care, poetry, resilience, social work, storymaking, teenagers, trauma, violence, youthwork

New! The Writer's Key

The Writer's Key

Introducing Creative Solutions for Life

Gillie Bolton

The Writer's Key introduces creative writing as a tool for self-reflection and personal and professional development. It provides strategies and inspiration for getting started, continuing despite hesitations and for getting the most out of writing, and includes success stories from personal and professional writers. more »

2013, Paperback: £14.99/ $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-84905-475-1, 246mm x 173mm / 10in x 7in, 168pp

Keywords: communication, complementary therapies, counselling, creative therapies, creative writing as therapy, creativity, emotions, expressive therapies, fiction, mental health, occupational therapy, pastoral care, psychology, psychotherapy, relationships, self esteem, storymaking, trauma

Inspiring Creative Supervision

Inspiring Creative Supervision

Caroline Schuck and Jane Wood

This book proposes using many different techniques and materials, as well as the rich experience of the imagination and the senses, and encourages the reader to go beyond the formal demands of their role, and feel inspired by creativity, spontaneity and experiential work. The authors draw together theory, research and practical exercises. more »

2011, Paperback: £17.99/ $28.95
ISBN: 978-1-84905-079-1, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 192pp

Keywords: careers, communication, counselling, creativity, emotions, employment, health care, joint working, nursing, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, psychotherapy, relationships, social care, social skills, social work, speech and language therapy, supervision

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  • addiction,
  • ADHD,
  • adolescence,
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  • adult protection,
  • adults,
  • aesthetics,
  • alcohol,
  • alternative therapies,
  • Alzheimer's disease,
  • anger management,
  • anorexia,
  • anthropology,
  • anxiety,
  • applied behaviour analysis,
  • art therapy,
  • arts therapies,
  • Asperger syndrome,
  • attachment,
  • augmentative communication,
  • autism,
  • bereavement,
  • bible stories,
  • bipolar disorder,
  • bodywork,
  • brain injury,
  • bulimia,
  • cancer,
  • careers,
  • carers,
  • cerebral palsy,
  • challenging behaviour,
  • child development,
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  • child psychiatry,
  • child psychology,
  • children,
  • children's rights,
  • Chinese culture,
  • Chinese philosophy,
  • cognitive behavioural therapy,
  • colour therapy,
  • community care,
  • complementary medicine,
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  • counselling,
  • creative therapies,
  • creative writing as therapy,
  • creativity,
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  • dance and movement therapy,
  • Daoism,
  • death,
  • dementia,
  • depression,
  • developmental coordination disorder,
  • disability,
  • divorce,
  • domestic abuse,
  • Down's syndrome,
  • dramatherapy,
  • dyspraxia,
  • early intervention,
  • eating disorders,
  • education,
  • educational psychology,
  • elder abuse,
  • employment,
  • energy work,
  • expressive therapies,
  • families,
  • fiction,
  • five elements,
  • folklore and myth,
  • forensic psychiatry,
  • forensic psychotherapy,
  • fostering,
  • giftedness,
  • grief,
  • group psychotherapy,
  • health care,
  • high functioning autism,
  • hypnotherapy,
  • inclusive classroom,
  • intellectual disabilities,
  • interdisciplinary arts therapies,
  • joint working,
  • mainstream education,
  • meditation,
  • memoirs,
  • mental health,
  • mental illness,
  • messy play,
  • mindfulness,
  • movement,
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  • nonverbal learning disabilities,
  • nursing,
  • occupational therapy,
  • offenders,
  • older people,
  • pain management,
  • palliative care,
  • parenting,
  • pastoral care,
  • person-centred,
  • pervasive developmental disorder,
  • play,
  • play therapy,
  • poetry,
  • practical theology,
  • PSHE,
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  • self esteem,
  • self harm,
  • sensory issues,
  • sensory stimulation,
  • sexual abuse,
  • sexuality,
  • social care,
  • social skills,
  • social stories,
  • social work,
  • social work law,
  • special education,
  • speech and language pathology,
  • speech and language therapy,
  • spirituality,
  • storymaking,
  • supervision,
  • supported living,
  • Taoism,
  • teenagers,
  • theatre,
  • theology,
  • therapeutic communities,
  • traditional Chinese medicine,
  • trauma,
  • violence,
  • yoga,
  • youthwork