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  1.  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, 48pp
  2.  Come Closer

    Come Closer

    On love and self-protection

    Ilse Sand

    An overview of how and why people engage in psychological defence mechanisms and the impact of these on their personal relationships. Through simple language and anecdotes, the author offers tips on how to break bad habits that hinder close relationships. Learn More
    May 2017, Paperback / softback, 8.50in x 5.51in / 216mm x 140mm, 128pp, £8.99
    ISBN: 9781785922978
  3.  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
    Apr 2017, 256pp
  4.  Can't You Hear Them?

    Can't You Hear Them?

    The Science and Significance of Hearing Voices

    Simon McCarthy-Jones

    'What's wrong with you?' People who hear voices will often hear this alienating question, and are treated ineffectively with anti-psychotic drugs. Recounting the stories of voice-hearers, this book suggests that we should instead ask 'What happened to you?, and offers an alternative approach to auditory hallucinations. Learn More
    Apr 2017, 352pp
  5.  Beating Anxiety

    Beating Anxiety

    What Young People on the Autism Spectrum Need to Know

    Davida Hartman, illustrated by Kate Brangan

    With beautiful illustrations, this practical guide clearly explains why young people on the spectrum feel anxious, before giving real-world advice on how to deal with and beat anxiety. It offers numerous strategies for overcoming anxiety and comes in a style designed specifically for young people with ASD. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 128pp
  6.  All Birds Have Anxiety

    All Birds Have Anxiety

    Kathy Hoopmann

    All Birds Have Anxiety explores the symptoms of anxiety disorder and their impact on day-to-day life through colourful images of life as a bird. Its humorous yet gentle approach recognises the stress that anxiety can cause, helping people to better understand how it feels to have anxiety. Learn More
    Mar 2017, 72pp
  7.  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, 344pp
  8.  Transitioning Together

    Transitioning Together

    One Couple's Journey of Gender and Identity Discovery

    Wenn B. Lawson and Beatrice M. Lawson

    This heartfelt, honest memoir tracks Wenn Lawson's transition from female to male and the effect it had on his relationship. Co-written by Wenn and his partner, Beatrice, the book explores the highs and lows of their journey and how they arrived at a point of acceptance and celebration of their individual identities and identity as a couple. Learn More
    Feb 2017, 216pp
  9.  Sadness, Depression, and the Dark Night of the Soul

    Sadness, Depression, and the Dark Night of the Soul

    Transcending the Medicalisation of Sadness

    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, 360pp
  10.  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, M.D.

    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, 208pp

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