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  1. Invisible Victims

    Invisible Victims

    Crime and Abuse Against People with Learning Disabilities

    Christopher Williams

    Invisible Victims outlines the range and nature of crimes against people with learning difficulties, and the way the law does - or should - relate to these crimes. It discusses the sources of victimization and deals with prevention specifically from the perspective of learning disabilities. Learn More
    1995, 160pp
  2. Drama and Healing

    Drama and Healing

    The Roots of Drama Therapy

    Roger Grainger

    The author shows how drama therapy draws on both drama and ritual. He argues that personal construct theory provides a hermeneutically useful approach to the study of drama therapy. He shows that drama therapy itself is an effective treatment for depression and schizophrenia, having a measurable effect on thought disorder. Learn More
    1995, 160pp
  3. Working with Offenders

    Working with Offenders

    Edited by Gill McIvor

    Significant changes have occurred in recent years in the nature and delivery of social work services to offenders and their families. Working with Offenders considers the implications for policy and practice of research which has focused upon a range of social work activities. Learn More
    1995, 240pp
  4. Imagery and Symbolism in Counselling

    Imagery and Symbolism in Counselling

    William Stewart

    This dictionary analyses and explains numerous symbols and images, with an emphasis on their use in counselling. The subjects in the dictionary all have relevance to symbols and symbolic language, and all of them have an imagery content. This book is intended to help the reader understand the wealth of symbols and symbolic language existing today. Learn More
    1995, 350pp
  5. Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Management 1

    Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Management 1

    Edited by Jacki Pritchard and Hazel Kemshall

    This book provides a complete guide to good practice for those involved in risk assessment and management.. With its strong emphasis on practice, the book examines the key issues and methods of risk measurement, predictability and management, drawing upon the experience of the contributors in a wide variety of social care settings. Learn More
    1995, 224pp
  6. Approaches to Research

    Approaches to Research

    Robin Higgins

    Robin Higgins takes you step by step through what is involved in choosing, organising and presenting a research project. The book combines practical advice with a look in depth at the principles of qualitative and quantative research. It is a useful companion volume to Approaches to Case Study and to anyone writing a dissertation. Learn More
    1996, 180pp
  7. Something to Draw On

    Something to Draw On

    Activities and Interventions using an Art Therapy Approach

    Carol Ross

    Arising from concerns about children presenting behavioural difficulties, this book outlines a number of useful approaches for teachers and others to use with individuals, small groups and classes. Its approach is designed to be used in a variety of settings such as schools, special needs education, counselling, speech therapy and youth work. Learn More
    1996, 150pp
  8. The Use of Performance Indicators in Higher Education

    The Use of Performance Indicators in Higher Education

    The Challenge of the Quality Movement Third Edition

    Martin Cave, Stephen Hanney, Mary Henkel and Maurice Kogan

    The book has been thoroughly revised to take account of the most recent developments in the practice, literature and potential use of performance indicators. Particular attention is paid to recent developments in the polytechnics and colleges. It includes a survey of the literature developed in the USA, the United Kingdom and other OECD countries. Learn More
    1996, 160pp
  9. Grief and Powerlessness

    Grief and Powerlessness

    Helping People Regain Control of their Lives

    Ruth Bright

    In this practical book on why and how people grieve, the author addresses the experience of bereavement and loss in a wide range of contexts, including: death and dying; ageing; disability; illness and AIDS; and cultural loss. It presents ideas for practical solutions and discusses strategies to help clients regain control of their lives. Learn More
    1996, 160pp
  10. Reviewing Care Management for Older People

    Reviewing Care Management for Older People

    Edited by Judith Phillips and Bridget Penhale

    This book discusses the development and implementation of several models of care management. Drawing together research to highlight the successes and the difficulties of translating the principles of care management into practice, it examines this subject with particular reference to: empowerment; needs-led assessment; and multi-disciplinary work. Learn More
    1996, 250pp

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