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  1.  A House for Everyone

    A House for Everyone

    A Story to Help Children Learn about Gender Identity and Gender Expression

    Jo Hirst

    This children's picture book helps adults to explain gender identity and expression to 4 to 8 year olds using simple language and engaging, diverse characters, covering the entire spectrum of gender. Includes a guide for parents and professionals and a lesson plan at the end of the book. Learn More
    May 2018, 32pp
  2.  Forgiveness in Practice

    Forgiveness in Practice

    Edited by Stephen Hance

    This collection reveals what forgiveness looks like in practice from the standpoint of those working in the helping professions. Written from many different perspectives, this eclectic volume challenges the reader to reconsider their assumptions about forgiveness, and illuminates everyday impact of forgiveness. Learn More
    Mar 2018, 272pp
  3.  Sometimes I Feel Sad

    Sometimes I Feel Sad

    Tom Alexander, illustrated by Tom Alexander

    Everyone feels sad from time to time, and it's not always clear why. This moving children's book explains that this is a part of everyone's life, and that you're not alone in feeling this way. Learn More
    Mar 2018, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 40pp, $15.95
    ISBN: 9781785924934
  4.  Supporting Young Transgender Men

    Supporting Young Transgender Men

    A Guide for Professionals

    Matthew Waites

    There is a current shortage of information for professionals on the specific needs of transgender men. Exploring the obstacles that trans men face across health and social services, and addressing common myths and misconceptions about transitioning, this book solves this shortfall. Learn More
    Mar 2018, 168pp
  5.  DBT Therapeutic Activity Ideas for Working with Teens

    DBT Therapeutic Activity Ideas for Working with Teens

    Skills and exercises for working with clients with borderline personality disorder, depression, anxiety and other emotional sensitivities

    Carol Lozier

    A collection of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy(DBT) activities presented in a fun and creative format for emotionally sensitive young people. Each activity includes concepts from each of the DBT modules: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Includes activity sheets and diary cards to track progress. Learn More
    Feb 2018, 200pp
  6.  Teaching Social Skills Through Sketch Comedy and Improv Games

    Teaching Social Skills Through Sketch Comedy and Improv Games

    A Social Theatreā„¢ Approach for Kids and Teens including those with ASD, ADHD, and Anxiety

    Shawn Amador

    Learn how to develop social skills in children and teenagers with fun and entertaining activities based on improv comedy and sketch writing. Based on 17 years of experience and research, the games and group exercises in this book will help children and teens develop social awareness, confidence and joint attention. Includes example scripts. Learn More
    Feb 2018, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 144pp, $22.95
    ISBN: 9781785928000
  7.  Can I tell you about Bipolar Disorder?

    Can I tell you about Bipolar Disorder?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Sonia Mainstone-Cotton. Illustrated by Jon Birch, illustrated by Jon Birch

    Bipolar disorder affects 2% of people, but what exactly is it? This friendly guide shows readers aged 7+ who know someone with bipolar what the mental illness means, and how it makes people feel and behave. It is a reassuring, easy-to-read resource that dispels fear and promotes better understanding of the effects of bipolar on family life. Learn More
    Feb 2018, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 48pp, $14.95
    ISBN: 9781785924705
  8.  My Anxiety Handbook

    My Anxiety Handbook

    Getting Back on Track

    Sue Knowles, Bridie Gallagher and Phoebe McEwen, illustrated by Emmeline Pidgen

    An accessible, easy to use anxiety survival guide for young people aged 12-18. Co-authored by psychologists and a young person with anxiety, it looks at the causes of anxiety and offers tested methods and simple exercises to reduce the reader's anxious feelings. Includes chapters on sleep, exams and transitions. Learn More
    Jan 2018, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 192pp, $19.95
    ISBN: 9781785924408
  9.  Out of the Madhouse

    Out of the Madhouse

    An Insider's Guide to Managing Depression and Anxiety

    Michael Maitland and Iain Maitland

    Once upon a time, there lived a happy family called the Maitlands, until their son Michael was rushed to hospital following years of depression, anxiety and anorexia. Combining personal insights, humour and practical tips, this guide provides essential support for anyone experiencing a depression-related issue and advice for family and friends. Learn More
    Jan 2018, 344pp
  10.  Can I Tell You About Self-Harm?

    Can I Tell You About Self-Harm?

    A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals

    Pooky Knightsmith, Foreword by Jonathan Singer, illustrated by Elise Evans

    Asher invites readers to learn about self-harm from their perspective, helping them to understand what self-harm is, who does it, why, and how family, friends and counsellors can offer help and support to channel these behaviours into a more positive outlet. This illustrated introduction provides helpful support tips and resources for children 7+. Learn More
    Jan 2018, 72pp

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