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A Short Introduction to Understanding and Supporting Children and Young People Who Self-Harm

by Carol Fitzpatrick

An easy-to-read guide for parents, carers and professionals working with young people showing signs of self-harm and suicidal behaviours, which gives advice on how to identify problems and how to support the...


The Asperkid's (Secret) Book of Social Rules: The Handbook of Not-So-Obvious Social Guidelines for Tweens and Teens with Asperger Syndrome

by Jennifer Cook O'Toole & Brian Bojanowski

The Asperkid's (Secret) Book of Social Rules offers witty insights into baffling social codes such as making and keeping friends, and common conversation pitfalls. Ideal for all 10-17 year olds with Asperger...


The Therapeutic Milieu Under Fire: Security and Insecurity in Forensic Mental Health

by John Adlam, Anne Aiyegbusi & Pam Kleinot

This groundbreaking book explores the psychodynamics and socio-politics of the forensic therapeutic milieu, addressing some of the most difficult and complex issues facing practitioners. It sets out a psycho-social...


Liam Goes Poo in the Toilet: A Story about Trouble with Toilet Training

by Jane Whelen-Banks

Liam Goes Poo in the Toilet illustrates the relationship between eating and excreting. It provides visual instructions on how to "relax and push". After much fanfare, Liam finally masters going 'poo' in the...


Lovable Liam: Affirmations for a Perfectly Imperfect Child

by Jane Whelen-Banks

Liam is lovable even when he whines and won't eat his dinner. When people are cross with Liam, they still love him. Being cross will only last a minute. Love will last forever! Lovable Liam reminds parents to...


Asperkids: An Insider's Guide to Loving, Understanding and Teaching Children with Asperger Syndrome

by Jennifer Cook O'Toole & Liane Holliday Willey

Asperkids is an insider's guide full of effective and fun methods for engaging with children with Asperger Syndrome. Award-winning Aspie, teacher and parent, Jennifer O'Toole discusses theory of mind, communication,...


Bulimics on Bulimia

by Maria Stavrou

The book looks at people who are living with the disorder, shedding new light on the day-to-day struggle of coping with bulimia. It challenges the stereotypical image of the bulimic teenage girl, revealing that...


The Adventure of Maisie Voyager

by Lucy Skye

When Maisie's Aunt Hetty is kidnapped, a trail of cryptic clues lead her to abandoned mines and a hunt for treasure. It is up to her to save her family and she has a big adventure and big decisions ahead. This...


Working with Families of African Caribbean Origin: Understanding Issues around Immigration and Attachment

by Elaine Arnold & Gill Gorell Barnes

Many of those who emigrated from the Caribbean to the UK after World War II left behind partners and children, causing the break-up of families who were often not reunited for several years. Elaine Arnold examines...


Working with Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: An Insiderâ??s Guide

by Gill D. Ansell

The book begins by exploring how children with AS operate and the implications for mainstream school settings. It goes on to give practical advice for one-on-one working, DIY resources for visual learners, tools...


Aspergirls: Empowering Females with Asperger Syndrome

by Rudy Simone

Rudy Simone guides you through every aspect of both personal and professional life, from early recollections of blame, guilt, and savant skills, to friendships, romance and marriage. Employment, career, rituals...


Family Experiences of Bipolar Disorder: The Ups, The Downs and the Bits In Between

by Cara Aiken

Bipolar disorder(BP) can be a devastating illness, seriously affecting not only the person with bipolar but also family and friends. While most people are familiar with the terms 'manic depressive' and 'BP',...


Learning About Friendship: Stories to Support Social Skills Training in Children with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism

by Kay Al-Ghani

This collection of 10 fully-illustrated stories explores friendship issues encountered by children with ASD aged 4-8 and looks at how they can be overcome successfully. Key areas are addressed, including sharing,...


Ready, Set, Potty!: Toilet Training for Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders

by Brenda Batts

Full of ideas on how to adapt toilet training to suit your child, this book outlines methods that have helped even the most despairing of parents and caregivers. Examples of success stories range from two-year-olds...


Creative Drama for Emotional Support: Activities and Exercises for Use in the Classroom

by Penny McFarlane

Using drama in the classroom is an effective way of supporting a child's social and emotional development. This book details how drama can provide appropriate avenues for dealing with the issues that affect...


What Men with Asperger Syndrome Want to Know About Women, Dating and Relationships

by Maxine Aston & Anthony Attwood

Many Asperger men are confused and bewildered by women, dating and relationships and find it hard to know how to get it right. This practical handbook provides many of the answers to their key questions about...


Liam Says "Sorry": Repairing an Encounter Gone Sour

by Jane Whelen-Banks

In Liam Says "Sorry" Liam impulsively whacks his brother on the nose and ruins an otherwise joyful round of wrestling. Wanting desperately to resume the game and win favour with his brother, Liam accepts responsibility...


Unseen Worlds: Looking Through the Lens of Childhood

by Kate Adams

The book explores children's experiences of creative play, fairies, angels, imaginary friends, dreams, seeing deceased relatives alongside the more frightening realms of nightmares and the unexplained. It breaks...


Liam Wins the Game, Sometimes: A Story about Losing with Grace

by Jane Whelen-Banks

In Liam Wins the Game, Sometimes, lovable Liam learns that it is ok to feel disappointed if you don't win, but that it's not ok to moan or cry or throw things: sometimes you win and sometimes you don't. He learns...


Liam Says "Hi": Learning to Greet a Friend

by Jane Whelen-Banks

In Liam Says "Hi" Liam manages to overcome his shyness and complete the steps necessary when greeting a friend at the front door. Vibrant, colourful and lively, this book's positive messages and advice are ideal...