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  1. How to Be Ace

    How to Be Ace

    A Memoir of Growing Up Asexual

    Rebecca Burgess

    Brave, witty and empowering, this graphic memoir follows Rebecca as they navigates their asexual identity and mental health in a world obsessed with sex. From school to work to relationships, this book offers an unparalleled insight into asexuality. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 208pp
  2. Fukushin and Kampo

    Fukushin and Kampo

    Abdominal Diagnosis in Traditional Japanese and Chinese Medicine

    Nigel Dawes. Foreword by Dr. Kenji Watanabe

    This practical book covers the significance of the abdomen in East Asian medicine and looks at origins and development in the discipline of Kampo. It also provides an illustrated and comprehensive description of the practical application of abdominal palpation in clinical settings. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 336pp
  3. A Practical Guide to Working with Sex Offenders

    A Practical Guide to Working with Sex Offenders

    Diane Wills and Andrew Wills

    By applying theories of sexual abuse, risk and decision-making to practice, this guide offers a holistic approach to ethically difficult decisions and situations that social workers are often faced with in their career. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 208pp
  4. Holding Space

    Holding Space

    The Creative Performance and Voice Workbook for Yoga Teachers

    Sarah Scharf, MFA. Foreword by Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D, P.T.

    Helping yoga teachers improve their vocal skills, this expert guide introduces theatre, improvisational and performance techniques to build confidence in teachers' approaches to students. Offering advice on boundaries, self-care, and common teaching mishaps, the practical advice is also supported by personal stories from other teachers. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 192pp
  5. Xiantian Bagua Zhang

    Xiantian Bagua Zhang

    Gao Style Bagua Zhang - Circle Form

    C S Tang

    Covering history, theory and above all the practice, Grand Master C S Tang guides the reader through the entire system of this subtle yet powerful martial art. Learn More
    Oct 2020, 480pp
  6. Spectrums

    Spectrums

    Autistic Transgender People in Their Own Words

    Edited by Maxfield Sparrow

    Solely written by trans people on the spectrum, this collection of personal stories foregrounds their own voices and experiences on a range of issues, such as coming out, access to healthcare, employment, relationships, parenting, violence and later life self-discovery among others. Learn More
    Sep 2020, 240pp
  7. Voice and Communication Therapy with Trans and Non-Binary People

    Voice and Communication Therapy with Trans and Non-Binary People

    Sharing the Clinical Space

    Matthew Mills and Gillie Stoneham. Forewords by Meg-John Barker and Elizabeth Van Horn, illustrated by Charlotte Retief

    This book is specifically aimed at Speech and Language Therapists and sets out a range of games, activities, frameworks and exercises to help them develop their skills for working with trans clients. It also focuses on the innovative approach of individual therapy and group therapy settings, which is important for optimising speech adaptation. Learn More
    Sep 2020, 224pp
  8. Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy

    Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy

    Perceptive, Intentional, and Effective Caring

    Brent Peery

    A practical guide to understanding Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy and how chaplains can play a vital role and make an active and positive contribution to healthcare institutions and teams shaped by evidence-based medicine. Learn More
    Sep 2020, 128pp
  9. Gender Trauma

    Gender Trauma

    Healing Cultural, Social, and Historical Gendered Trauma

    Alex Iantaffi. Foreword by Meg-John Barker

    Examining the historical, social and cultural trauma the rigid gender binary impacts on clients of all genders, this landmark book provides guidance for clinicians to promote healing within institutional settings and in wider society. Learn More
    Sep 2020, 224pp
  10. Supporting People Bereaved through a Drug- or Alcohol-Related Death

    Supporting People Bereaved through a Drug- or Alcohol-Related Death

    Peter Cartwright

    Indispensable guide for people supporting or counselling adults bereaved through a substance-related death. With contributions from a variety of subject experts, the book provides guidance on the specific aspects of this type of bereavement, with case studies, examples and descriptions of good practice. Learn More
    Sep 2020, 336pp

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