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  1.  Understanding and Treating Self-Injurious Behavior in Autism

    Understanding and Treating Self-Injurious Behavior in Autism

    A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective

    Edited by Stephen M. Edelson and Jane Botsford Johnson, Foreword by Temple Grandin

    A complete guide to understanding and treating self-injury in autism (ASD). With contributions by top experts, the book explains various causes and forms of self-injury, discusses the treatment options available, including medical, psychiatric and nutritional treatments, and considers the effectiveness of multidisciplinary approaches. Learn More
    May 2016, 304pp
  2.  A-Z of Being the Best Leader You Can Be

    A-Z of Being the Best Leader You Can Be

    Leading Through the Alphabet

    Yvonne Bleam

    Learn all about good leadership with Alex the accepting leader, Vivian the virtuous leader and the rest of the gang! Far from your average A-Z, this book for children aged 8-11 contains 26 stories that each explore a different leadership quality and is full of fun activities and exercises to help reiterate the concepts. Learn More
    May 2016, 176pp
  3.  Safeguarding Black Children

    Safeguarding Black Children

    Good Practice in Child Protection

    Edited by Claudia Bernard and Perlita Harris

    Provides guidance on the ways child protection services need to improve provision for black children and young people in need. With chapters dedicated to key issues, it shows how social workers can provide better support for these children and their families. Learn More
    May 2016, 288pp
  4.  Re-Thinking Autism

    Re-Thinking Autism

    Diagnosis, Identity and Equality

    Edited by Katherine Runswick-Cole, Rebecca Mallett and Sami Timimi

    Disputing the existing accepted approaches to autism and the focus on diagnosis and 'treatment', this book challenges the attitudes, assumptions and prejudices around autism that are generated from the medical model, suggesting that they can be marginalising, limiting and potentially damaging to the individuals labelled with autism. Learn More
    May 2016, 336pp
  5.  Go Your Crohn Way

    Go Your Crohn Way

    A Gutsy Guide to Living with Crohn’s Disease

    Kathleen Nicholls

    Go Your Crohn Way offers a frank account of life with Crohn's disease. Told with humour and honesty, Kathleen's friendly understanding will help banish the feelings of isolation so often caused by chronic illness, and encourage you to be truly candid with the people who do need to know that you are not at all 'fine'. Learn More
    May 2016, 208pp
  6.  What are you staring at?

    What are you staring at?

    A Comic About Restorative Justice in Schools

    Pete Wallis and Joseph Wilkins

    Created for use in schools, this comic follows the story of Jake and Ryan's playground conflict and its eventual resolution through a restorative meeting with their teacher. Jake and Ryan's story teaches children aged 8-13 the principles and benefits of restorative justice. A resource section for teachers is also included. Learn More
    May 2016, 36pp
  7.  Mouse's Best Day Ever

    Mouse's Best Day Ever

    Children's Reflexology to Soothe Sore Teeth and Tums

    Susan Quayle, Forewords by Spiros Dimitrakoulas and Sally Earlam, illustrated by Melissa Muldoon

    May 2016, 44pp
  8.  Using Poetry to Promote Talking and Healing

    Using Poetry to Promote Talking and Healing

    Pooky Knightsmith, Foreword by Catherine Roche and Dr Fiona Pienaar

    Poetry can be a great way to get people talking about difficult issues around mental health. This book is a complete guide to using poetry for this purpose. It includes a collection of over 100 poems written by the author with accompanying activities, as well as a 50 prompts to encourage clients to write their own poems. Learn More
    May 2016, 240pp
  9.  Challenges in Professional Supervision

    Challenges in Professional Supervision

    Current Themes and Models for Practice

    Liz Beddoe and Allyson Davys

    This is the authoritative guide to the issues, trends and developments taking place in professional supervision practice. Drawing on the latest research and theory it also explores new and innovative modes, models and skills being employed to best carry out supervision across professions such as health, social care and counselling. Learn More
    May 2016, 248pp
  10.  Contemporary Family Justice

    Contemporary Family Justice

    Policy and Practice in Complex Child Protection Decisions

    Kim Holt. Foreword by Sir James Munby

    A compelling critique of the family justice system, this book encourages reflection on the ways in which the needs of children and families are potentially compromised. By showing how the policy looks in practice, it describes how we can ensure the best outcome for children and families under the pressure of timescales and targets. Learn More
    May 2016, 168pp

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