Family & Childhood Studies
Down to Earth Advice From One Parent to Another
A must-read for any parent or carer of an OCD child, Sanders talks with honesty and humour about her son's illness, providing practical advice and insight. She covers everything from getting a diagnosis and what to expect in therapy, to how to cope with panic attacks, how it might affect the rest of your family and how you might feel as a parent.
Enjoying special interests together
Jasper loves collecting shiny things but his parents worry about his unusual hobby until they find a way to embrace it as a family. This fun storybook will encourage readers to be more accepting of difference and will resonate particularly with children on the autism spectrum, their friends and family.
Children's Reflexology for Bedtime or Anytime
This picture story book about mouse and her friends' quest to prepare for winter shows how to use reflexology with children whilst enjoying a fun bedtime read. Designed to help with common issues such as sleep difficulties and anxiety, it includes easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions.
Why Families Eat the Way They Do
Interviews with Canadian families reveal that our daily food choices reflect individual tastes and preferences but also our economic, social, and geographical place in the world.
Everything Adopting Parents Need to Know About Preparations, Introductions and the First Few Weeks
The period before your child joins your family can be a chaotic time. Clear and positive, Preparing for Adoption equips you with the knowledge to create a safe and secure home for your newly adopted child.
An Amazing Discovery for Adopted Children
Forever Fingerprints is an uplifting children's picture book about an adopted child who realises that her fingerprints alone give her a special connection to her birth parents.
A Parent's and Carer's Guide
Children and teens with autism are particularly vulnerable to online dangers and this practical handbook explains how you can help your child to navigate websites, chat rooms and social media safely. Advice is given on key concerns such as parental control, social networking, grooming, cyberbullying, internet addiction and hacking.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Friendship
The children of The Adoption Club think they are friends; they go to the same school and belong to the same club - but what does friendship really mean? Written for use with adopted children aged 5-11, this illustrated therapeutic workbook is a fun way to explore the confusing world of friendship and bullying.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Identity
Written for counsellors and therapists working with children aged 5-11, as well as adoptive parents, this workbook is designed to help adopted children explore identity. It is one of a set of five interactive therapeutic workbooks featuring The Adoption Club, written to address key emotional and psychological challenges adopted children.
The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Adoption and Its Many Different Forms
There are many different kinds of adoption. Written to help adopted children aged 5-11 to understand the different kinds of adoption, including their own story, this illustrated therapeutic workbook provides an easy, fun way to learn and to explore feelings.
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