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  • Age Of Adventure

    Age Of Adventure

    by Innovative Resources

    The Strengths of Active Ageing  Active aging is a positive part of the life cycle. Age of Adventure seeks to emphasise the creative, relational and fun aspects of the ‘later years’, and acknowledge that ‘life isn’t over until it’s over.’ Age of Adventure features 50 full-colour photographic images to challenge stereotypes of ‘the elderly’, enhance life-direction, reinforce positive aspects – such as gained wisdom – and validate older people’s choices. There are images to make you laugh, reflect, celebrate, and acknowledge our communities in all their diversity. Older and...

  • Change-Oriented Therapy with Adolescents and Young Adults : A New Generation of Respectful and Effective Processes and Practices

    Change-Oriented Therapy with Adolescents and Young Adults : A New Generation of Respectful and Effective Processes and Practices

    by Bob Bertolino

    *This publication is a "Print to order": printing & delivery usually take 2 – 3 weeks* In Change-Oriented Therapy With Adolescents and Young Adults, Bob Bertolino writes with an eye toward the issues faced by contemporary therapists who, confronted with the pressures of running a clinical practice and dealing with managed care, are often compelled to keep therapy brief and solution-oriented. Results are critical and they must be attained in a relatively short amount of time, which requires the flexibility to use various therapeutic modalities and the willingness to adopt a...

  • Finding Your Own Way to Grieve: A Creative Activity Workbook for Kids and Teens on the Autism Spectrum

    Finding Your Own Way to Grieve: A Creative Activity Workbook for Kids and Teens on the Autism Spectrum

    by Karla Helbert

    Children and teenagers with autism can struggle to cope with the loss of a loved one, and the complicated and painful emotions of bereavement. This book explains death in concrete terms that the child with autism will understand, explores feelings that the child may encounter as a part of bereavement, and offers creative and expressive activities that facilitate healing. With illustrations throughout, this interactive book begins with a simple story about what happens when people die. Each chapter then expands on the issues that have been raised in the story...

  • Foster Parenting Step-by-Step: How to Nurture the Traumatized Child and Overcome Conflict

    Foster Parenting Step-by-Step: How to Nurture the Traumatized Child and Overcome Conflict

    by Kalyani Gopal

    When you decide to foster, you are faced with many difficult decisions, dilemmas and questions: How do you navigate the daily struggles of foster parenting? How can you nurture bonds with your foster child who is angry, sad, and defiant? How can you prepare to step back when it’s time to let go? Foster Parenting Step-by-Step is a concise how-to guide to fostering that summarizes what to expect as a foster parent, and gives immediate practical solutions. It outlines the different stages of a...

  • Living with ANT's (Automatic Negative Thoughts)

    Living with ANT's (Automatic Negative Thoughts)

    by Sally-Anne McCormack

    ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) are annoying creatures that trouble everyone! Sally-Anne refers to the analogy of the ANTs – everyone gets them, they are hard to get rid of, and we often don’t notice them until there is a huge pile of black pests hiding all of the good things (thoughts) underneath them. The pages of *Living with ANTs* illustrate the analogy by comparing the actions of ‘ants in your home’ on the left hand page with the ‘ANTs in your head’ on the opposing page. Living with ANT’s...

  • Mates Traits: Cards and bonus colouring book for building friendships and preventing bullying

    Mates Traits: Cards and bonus colouring book for building friendships and preventing bullying

    by Innovative Resources

    * * Making friends comes absolutely naturally to many children. But even young children may find forming friendships a highly complex business, overlaid with social rules and expectations imposed by adults and their peer group. Mates Traits is a set of 32 colourful, light-hearted cards that describe some of the characteristics of real friendship. Using a delightful cartoon cast of Australian birds and animals, Mates Traits attempts to unlock the strengths, attributes and understandings that go into friendship-making. What are the strengths needed to make friendships work? What does real friendship look...

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