Borderline Personality Disorder: One Step at a Time

Tracy Barker, author of A Sad and Sorry State of Disorder, is an expert by experience on how to live with and manage borderline personality disorder (BPD), now a happily married home maker committed to raising awareness of BPD, she has written an emotional and honest piece on how it feels to have BPD, the struggles and how to deal with it; one step at a time.

One step, then take a break –
a few days, to recover.
One step, then rest
before embarking on another.

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Special Educational Needs Catalogue 2016

Browse our latest collection of books and resources in Special Educational Needs.
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Little Meerkat and highly anxious children

Little Meerkat’s Big Panic follows three adorable animals that represent the three main areas of the brain, and how they can work together to manage anxiety. In this blog post bestselling author Jane Evans talks about the alarming rates of young children being prescribed psychiatric drugs, as well as her brilliant TEDx talk. 


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Video trailer for How to Give Clients the Skills to Stop Panic Attacks

Here is a short video about our new book, How to Give Clients the Skills to Stop Panic Attacks: Don’t Forget to Breathe. In the video, author Dr. Sandi Scheinbaum discusses the book which is suitable for both a professional audience as well as those who suffer from panic attacks and want to learn how to stop them.

A former panic sufferer, Dr. Scheinbaum is a licensed clinical psychologist, board-certified senior fellow in biofeedback, certified yoga instructor, nutrition coach and the Director of Feed Your Mind Wellness Programs.

Click here For Dr. Scheinbaum’s 6 Myths about Panic Attacks.