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  • Bereaved Mother's Heart

    Bereaved Mother's Heart

    by Carla van Laar

    Visually stunning, confronting and uplifting, Bereaved Mother’s Heart follows the psychological and emotional journey of Carla van Laar after the death of her three-year-old son, Vaughn. Taking the form of a visual and written journal, this unique publication presents Carla’s exploration of her own grief. It is saturated with honesty and a depth of feeling that will give many readers new understandings of maternal bereavement. While this book may resonate with women who have lost a child of their own, Bereaved Mother’s Heart also showcases the power and healing potential...

  • Experience, Contradiction, Narrative and Imagination

    Experience, Contradiction, Narrative and Imagination

    by D Epston and M White

    Selected papers of David Epston and Michael White. The papers in this book cover a range of subjects including: Personal reminiscence Particular therapeutic practices Practical approaches to various problems Theoretical, political and philosophical considerations Structures and issues pertaining to training and supervision Processes of questioning in the co-authorship of preferred stories. *Michael White* was one of the co-founders and co-directors of Dulwich Centre in Adelaide *David Epston*, (MA, CQSW, D.Litt) is the co-director of The Family Therapy Centre and teaches at the School of Community Development, Unitec Institute of Technology....

  • Feeling Better: A Kid's Book About Therapy

    Feeling Better: A Kid's Book About Therapy

    by Rachel Rashkin

    Using a journal format, 12-year-old Maya chronicles her emotional ups and downs and describes the process of psychotherapy. She begins by describing a change in her feelings and functioning: a lack of interest in things she used to love, difficulties in school, and problems getting along with her friends and family - none of the problems are extreme but serious enough to merit attention and intervention. The problems are portrayed as quite general, in order to reach the widest possible audience. The focus is not about resolving Maya's particular...

  • Friendship and Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying

    Friendship and Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying

    by Signe Whitson

    Long before most school programs begin anti-bullying campaigns, young girls are getting a full education in social aggression. Girls as young as age five are experiencing acts of bullying, disguised as friendship, that shake the carefully laid foundations of their self-image, personal values, and beliefs about peer relationships. This book provides educators, social workers, and counsellors with a complete, ready-to-use group curriculum that helps young girls navigate their way through the pressures and perils of friendship. Through engaging group discussions, thought-provoking activities and role-play games, girls learn about real friendship and...

  • Inner Journeying Through Art-Journaling: Learning to See and Record Your Life as a Work of Art

    Inner Journeying Through Art-Journaling: Learning to See and Record Your Life as a Work of Art

    by Marianne Hieb

    Inner Journeying Through Art-Journaling introduces a holistic journaling process that combines art, art therapy, design theory and spiritual direction in order to attain personal balance, awareness of one’s own inner processes and resolution of internal conflicts. The book guides the reader through the process of creative journaling and presents the key elements of the technique. Case studies and art journals of Marianne Hieb’s own clients show the effectiveness of journaling as a therapeutic intervention. Inner Journeying through Art-Journaling will be of significant use to anyone interested in holistic healing, and of special...

  • Inside Out: A Journalling Kit

    Inside Out: A Journalling Kit

    by Innovative Resources

    Journalling is a time-honoured activity for anyone interested in practising and teaching creative writing. It's also well-established as a powerful, therapeutic activity that professionals can offer clients to encourage reflection, understanding and growth in times of challenge, transition and change.  This distinctive resource, featuring 32 beautiful and quirky word cards, will introduce you to the self-exploratory world of journal writing. Each card is 'gate folded'—turn the card around and open up the flaps to find questions and writing prompts inside. Ideal for tactile learners!  Prompt themes include Pathways, Myths, Blunders, Patched and Pending,...

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