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  1.  Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People

    Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People

    Edited by Pauline Lane and Rachel Tribe

    This book provides mental health students and practitioners with the key knowledge to carry out anti-discriminatory practice while working with older people from minority groups. With contributions from experts in the fields of mental health and care for older people, it looks at issues for practice, such as access to services for minority groups. Learn More
    Feb 2017, 304pp
  2.  Sadness, Depression and the Dark Night of the Soul

    Sadness, Depression and the Dark Night of the Soul

    Glòria Durà-Vilà. Foreword by Professor Roland Littlewood.

    This ground-breaking book contemplates how some religious individuals and communities conceptualise severe sadness and emotional distress, which might otherwise be described as pathological, as an essential ingredient for spiritual development. It explores the implications this may have for clergy and psychiatrists seeking to understand sadness. Learn More
    Jan 2017, 336pp
  3.  Can I tell you about Gender Diversity?

    Can I tell you about Gender Diversity?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    CJ Atkinson

    Kit, a 12 year old who identifies as a boy, explains all about gender variance, the experience of medical transition and how his family, friends and school can support him. This illustrated introduction to gender diversity will be a helpful guide and discussion starter for children 7+, as well as for older readers. Learn More
    Jan 2017, 56pp
  4.  Emotional Resiliency in the Era of Climate Change

    Emotional Resiliency in the Era of Climate Change

    A Clinician's Guide

    Leslie Davenport. Foreword by Lise Van Susteren

    With environmental damage and disaster as a result of climate change on the rise, this book responds to a need for methods for dealing with adverse psychological impact in the therapy room. Including proven, effective interventions alongside foundational theory, this book is an excellent tool for counteracting negative effects on mental health. Learn More
    Jan 2017, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 192pp, £17.99
    ISBN: 9781785927195
    Jan 2017, Ebook, 192pp
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-328-4
  5.  Understanding OCD

    Understanding OCD

    A Guide for Parents and Professionals

    Edited by Adam Lewin and Eric Storch

    This book provides essential information and guidance to help parents and professionals to understand the diagnosis, treatment and management of childhood obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). The book covers the causes and presentation of childhood OCD, as well as OCD related illnesses, and treatments for OCD. Learn More
    Dec 2016, 160pp
  6.  Who Are You?

    Who Are You?

    The Kid's Guide to Gender Identity

    Brook Pessin-Whedbee, illustrated by Naomi Bardoff

    This book introduces children to gender as a spectrum and shows how people can bend and break the gender binary and stereotypes. It includes an interactive wheel, clearly showing the difference between our body, expression and identity, and is an effective tool to help children 3+ understand and celebrate diversity. Learn More
    Dec 2016, Hardback, 9.45in x 9.45in / 240mm x 240mm, 40pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 9781785927287
  7.  We're All Mad Here

    We're All Mad Here

    The No-Nonsense Guide to Living with Social Anxiety

    Claire Eastham

    Claire Eastham, a twenty-something living in London and working in her dream job, has a seemingly perfect life - except for her social anxiety. Combining honest personal insights, humour and practical advice, this book explains what anxiety is, why it happens, and how to survive it. Learn More
    Nov 2016, 200pp
  8.  Rhythm to Recovery

    Rhythm to Recovery

    A Practical Guide to Using Rhythmic Music, Voice and Movement for Social and Emotional Development

    Simon Faulkner. Foreword by James Oshinsky, Ph.D

    Learn how to utilise rhythm and reflection in both therapeutic and educational settings with this practical guide. This book presents a model of practice with a proven track record for social and emotional development, with examples of fun, interactive rhythmic exercises to use with both individuals and groups. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 240pp
  9.  Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook

    Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook

    A Practical Guide to Long-Term Recovery

    Dr Nicola Davies and Emma Bacon

    Thoughtfully developed activities will help you to understand, overcome, and maintain recovery from your eating disorder. This complete resource is designed for individual recovery as well as for use in counselling, schools, or self-help groups. Learn More
    Oct 2016, 240pp
  10.  DBT-Informed Art Therapy

    DBT-Informed Art Therapy

    Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and the Creative Process

    Susan M. Clark

    DBT-informed art therapy encourages patients to engage with and retain the three key concepts of mindfulness, metaphorical thinking, and mastery, to better understand and control their emotions. This highly practical resource provides thorough explanations and training for successfully integrating DBT therapy into current art therapy practice. Learn More
    Sep 2016, 344pp

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