Family & Childhood Studies
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Siblings
Families are complicated, and that's especially true if you're adopted. This illustrated therapeutic workbook is written to help children aged 5-11 to explore their feelings about sibling relationships - step-siblings, birth siblings, separated siblings all all points in between.
Helping Children and Young People Cope with Change Through Nature
This activity book uses nature as a gentle way of helping children aged 5+ understand change, loss and death. Through creative activities such as making a paper memory tree, writing and drawing about feelings, and looking closely at nature, children learn about natural changes and how to cope with and express feelings of grief.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Feelings and Behavior
Designed to help adopted children aged 5-11 to explore their feelings and behavior, this illustrated therapeutic workbook features a group of children - The Adoption Club. The story provides a gentle, playful way to start difficult conversations.
Fully Revised and Updated with DSM-5® Criteria Second Edition
Fully updated for DSM-5, the new edition of Ashley Stanford's bestselling book continues to offer invaluable relationship guidance to couples where one or both partners are on the autism spectrum. By exploring Asperger/ASD traits step-by-step, the book emphasizes the value of understanding and offers solutions that have worked for other couples.
A Guide to the Unwritten Social Rules of Dating for Men with Asperger Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder)
Decoding the complicated social etiquette of dating, this book is full of great advice for men with Asperger Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder) who want to get out on the dating scene. Offering practical guidance and words of warning, the book demystifies the more baffling aspects of dating and how to take the step from dating to a relationship.
Charlie the chipmunk was adopted by a family of squirrels and he now wonders about his birthparents he has never met. Although this upsets him, he feels better after talking to his mother. Simple and charming this illustrated picture book is for children aged 2-5.
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