Take a walk in the shoes of 8 additional needs families as they come to terms with unchangeable circumstances – reaching goals that may have seemed impossible! Climb Mount Hillary with them as you learn, laugh and cry, and become a new being throughout your journey.
“May, you have used your words like honey and soothing balm. You have stated events so eloquently and brought healing to our family. I know that other families will be strengthened and healed through these words of wisdom. Even those who have never lived such a life! What a blessing you have been to us”
“A book of treasures to own, loan out with pride but insist on return. Full of inspirational stories about families who have needed to face life challenges through additional lifelong conditions in their children, but who faced them with determination and pride that is astounding.”
“A life altering book to own and treasure. Not easy to place down. Bound to educate you on the lives of ordinary people who have needed to meet the challenges they faced through additional needs within their children. Read, weep and laugh! Be changed forever!”
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 form of clinical guidance that allows the client to guide therapy and initiate change while honouring... More info
*For teachers and other professionals whose work involves children* Professor Freda Briggs has done it again, as she provides the most comprehensive guide to child abuse and child protection and information needed by people whose work involves children. Briggs is truly dedicated to providing a better understanding of how to keep children safe, report signs of abuse, support victims and their non-offending parents, assist in bringing about justice for victims and change societal attitudes. Her expertise, dedication and passion show in this, her 20th book. The book covers all non-medical topics... More info
In this refreshing and accessible guide, Bev Aisbett, a survivor of Panic Syndrome, tells us how panic disorders develop and how to recognise the symptoms. With the aid of her inimitable cartoons, she covers topics such as changing negative thought patterns, seeking professional help, and, ultimately, learning skills for recovery. Living With It provides much need reassurance and support, leading the way out of the maze of panic with humour and the insight of first-hand experience. *Other titles from Bev Aisbett:* The Book of IT[http://www.lighthouseresources.com.au/bookshop/books/health-wellbeing/mental-health/the-book-of-it/] I Love Me: A Guide to Being... More info