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  1. Autism and Eating Disorders in Teens

    Autism and Eating Disorders in Teens

    A Guide for Parents and Professionals

    Fiona Fisher Bullivant and Sharleen Woods

    Autism and Eating Disorders in Teenagers explores the intersect of two areas that is often overlooked, underdiagnosed and misunderstood. Two experienced practitioners examine the need for change in current practice and policy, drawing on case studies to demonstrate how professionals and parents can empower this group to reach their full potential. Learn More
    Jul 2020, 176pp
  2. The Practitioner's Encyclopedia of Flower Remedies

    The Practitioner's Encyclopedia of Flower Remedies

    The Definitive Guide to All Flower Essences, their Making and Uses

    Clare G. Harvey

    This comprehensive encyclopedia explains what flower remedies are, how they work and how to choose the right remedies for your clients' needs. It describes the properties of 33 families of flower essences and the benefits of over 2,000 remedies with an ailment chart and instructions for prescribing, preparing and using flower remedies. Learn More
    Jul 2020, Paperback / softback, 10.00in x 7.01in / 254mm x 178mm, 552pp, AU$99.99
    ISBN: 9781787756373
    2014, Ebook, ePUB, 512pp, AU$99.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85701-126-8
  3. Shamanism in Chinese Medicine

    Shamanism in Chinese Medicine

    Applying Ancient Wisdom to Health and Healing

    CT Holman, M.S., L.Ac. Foreword by Master Zhongxian Wu

    This engaging and practical book clearly explains how Chinese shamanism can be seamlessly woven into modern lifestyles and contemporary medical practices. By providing effective diagnostic tools and techniques including visualisations, verbal healing and shamanic drumming, this book addresses the body, mind and spirit for a whole-person approach. Learn More
    Jul 2020, 368pp
  4. I'll tell you why I can't wear those clothes!

    I'll tell you why I can't wear those clothes!

    Talking about tactile defensiveness

    Noreen O'Sullivan

    This full-colour, photographic workbook is designed for adults and children to read together and explains the physical reasons a child may become emotionally overwhelmed by some daily routines involving touch. The workbook format allows them to explore their own feelings about their touch-related sensitivities, helping them to feel supported. Learn More
    Jul 2020, Paperback / softback, 7.80in x 7.72in / 198mm x 196mm, 56pp, AU$22.99
    ISBN: 9781787756625
  5. Coping with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

    Coping with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

    A Guide to Managing Memory Loss, Effective Brain Training and Reducing the Risk of Dementia

    Mary Jordan

    Practical self-help strategies for older individuals and their families to help slow the onset of Mild Cognitive Impairment. Includes activities, health and lifestyle changes, memory aids, therapies and technological aids. Also suitable for those with early stage dementia wishing to prevent the condition worsening. Learn More
    Jul 2020, Paperback / softback, 8.50in x 5.28in / 216mm x 134mm, 224pp, AU$32.99
    ISBN: 9781787750906
    May 2020, Ebook, ePUB, AU$32.99
    ISBN: 9781787750913
  6. Launching Your Autistic Youth to Successful Adulthood

    Launching Your Autistic Youth to Successful Adulthood

    Everything You Need to Know About Promoting Independence and Planning for the Future

    Katharina Manassis

    This book addresses the concerns parents of autistic teenagers may have as their child transitions to adult life. It explores specific aspects of adult life such as independence, employment and social life, and offers practical solutions for common transition-related challenges such as finding suitable living arrangements and financial planning. Learn More
    Jul 2020, 240pp
  7. Ollie and the Golden Stripe

    Ollie and the Golden Stripe

    Alison Knowles, illustrated by Sophie Wiltshire

    When Ollie doesn't help his bullied classmate Adam, the Captain decides that it's time to introduce him to one of his most important superpowers, Empathy. Using Empathy, Ollie has the chance to earn his first Captain's stripe and help Adam. Will he succeed? Learn More
    Jul 2020, 40pp
  8. Ask First, Monkey!

    Ask First, Monkey!

    A Playful Introduction to Consent and Boundaries

    Juliet Clare Bell, illustrated by Abigail Tompkins

    Illustrated storybook to teach children aged 3-6 about consent, and how important it is to respect people and their differing boundaries. It is equally suitable for use as a standalone story or as part of a structured lesson plan, and its engaging illustrations and fun story will keep children's attention over multiple readings. Learn More
    Jul 2020, 40pp
  9. The Amazing A-Z of Resilience

    The Amazing A-Z of Resilience

    26 Curious Stories and Activities to Lift Yourself Up

    David Gumbrell

    This fun illustrated alphabet book creates discussion on mental health with children aged 8-12 in an innovative, interactive way. Each letter provides an activity for the child which links to wellbeing, and the section for adults explains how to use these to start conversations on resilience, feelings and mental health. Learn More
    Jul 2020, 64pp
  10. Positive Psychology Arts Activities

    Positive Psychology Arts Activities

    Creative Tools for Therapeutic Practice and Supervision

    Olena Darewych. Foreword by James O. Pawelski and Louis Tay

    This practical book for arts therapists and other mental health professionals contains a wide variety of art activities. Each one focuses on a different aspect of positive psychology, such as creativity, flow, character strengths, self-awareness and wellbeing. It also includes background theory, case examples, and post-activity guiding questions. Learn More
    Jul 2020, 208pp

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