Independent Academic, Educational and Professional Publisher of the Year, 2016 - British Book Industry Awards
Jessica Kingsley Publishers (JKP) is a wholly independent company, committed to publishing books that make a difference.
The company was founded in 1987 in London by Jessica Kingsley and has grown since then to now publish over 250 books a year. JKP is known for long established lists on the autism spectrum, social work, and arts therapies. More recently they have published extensively in the fields of mental health, counselling, palliative care, and practical theology. JKP has a range of graphic novels across these subject areas, and books for children, on issues including bereavement, depression and anger.
In 2006 a new imprint, Singing Dragon, was born.
This book provides early childhood professionals with guidance on how to create gender inclusive learning environments that support all children in feeling valued through practices that aim to recognize and support a wide range of gender identities and gender expressions.
A Therapeutic Story With Creative Activities About Trust, Anger and Relationships for Children Aged 5-10
Clear Answers for All Kids, including Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other Special Needs
An illustrated guide which explains cancer and the impact it can have to children aged 5-11 with ASD or other special needs.
From Ace to Ze
This comprehensive, up-to-date glossary of queer and transgender terms is designed to dispel anxiety around using the "wrong" words, while helping readers navigate the relationship between gender and identity.
A Diary of Living with Dementia
Capturing Keith Oliver's journey from diagnosis to the present day, this empowering book combines reflective diary entries with retrospective pieces to provide a unique insight into life with dementia.
A Therapeutic Story With Creative Activities for Children Aged 5-10
Developing Resilience and Loosening the Grip of Shame
This book explores how stigma can cause trauma, providing guidance on how marginalised people can develop resilience to manage and heal from traumatic stigma. Gordon Gates draws on his experience as a crisis counsellor, philosophical research, and his lived experience of stigma, trauma and autism.
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