The Alchemical Firing Process of Nei Dan
Damo Mitchell explains the practice of Nei Dan in a way that is comprehensible for practitioners in the West. It contains full guidance for practice, explanations of the underlying theory, and literal descriptions of the tangible results to be expected at each stage of practice.
Six therapeutic storybooks to help children on their journey through fostering or adoption
A set of six books guiding children through the process of fostering and adoption, by focusing on the experiences of a five-year-old girl called Kirsty and her magic doll Billy. Billy helps Kirsty to understand what is happening to her and to make sense of her complicated feelings.
A Companion to Editing Canadian English, 3rd Edition
A helpful and informative guide to key roles and requirements for editors that explores a range of skills and editorial genres, from cookbooks to websites to visuals and more.
This clear and accessible book presents key information about the anatomy and physiology of the human body for the music therapist, focusing on areas of particular relevance to their practice. This information is vital for both music therapy students and practitioners.
A Guide for Editors, Writers, and Everyone Who Works with Words
Editing Canadian English is an essential reference for anyone who uses Canadian English. First published in 1987, this authoritative yet flexible guide explores spelling, punctuation, measurements, and other relevant topics from a Canadian perspective.
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