New Books 2020

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NEW BOOKS 2020 July – December

Contents Autism & Neurodiversity (New)


Autism & Neurodiversity (Bestselling Backlist)




Dyslexia (Bestselling Backlist)


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Gender Diversity (New)


Gender Diversity (Bestselling Backlist)


Mental Health & Counselling (New)


Mental Health & Counselling (Bestselling Backlist)


Health & Social Care (New)


Health & Social Care (Bestselling Backlist)



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Adoption & Parenting (Bestselling Backlist)


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Dementia (New)


Arts Therapies (New)


Education & Student Wellbeing (New) Early Years (New)

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Education & Student Wellbeing (Bestselling Backlist)


Religious Studies & Chaplaincy (New)


Singing Dragon (New)


Graphic Novels (Bestselling Backlist)


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All Cats Are on the Autism Spectrum Kathy Hoopmann Fresh, fun update to this classic bestseller, which playfully explains autism through pictures of cats. An engaging, gentle introduction to autism. All-new cats take a playful look at the world of autism, and these fun feline friends will strike a chord with all those who are familiar with typical autistic traits, bringing to life common characteristics such as sensory sensitivities, social issues and communication difficulties. Touching, humorous and insightful, this book evokes all the joys and challenges of being on the autism spectrum, leaving the reader with a sense of the dignity, individuality and the potential of autistic people.

“Kathy Hoopmann’s new edition of All Cats Are Autistic will bring lots of smiles and autism awareness information to readers of every age.” Oct 2020 | £10.99 | 72pp | hb | World rights available |

– Liane Holliday-Willey, EdD, author of Pretending to Be Normal: Living with Asperger’s Syndrome and Safety Skills for Asperger Women: How to Save a Perfectly Good Female Life


All Dogs Have ADHD Kathy Hoopmann A dog-filled celebration of what it means to be considered ‘different’. (Revised edition with a brand new cover.) All Dogs Have ADHD takes an inspiring and affectionate look at Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), using images and ideas from the canine world to explore a variety of traits that will be instantly recognisable to those who are familiar with ADHD. Charming colour photographs of dogs bring to life familiar ADHD characteristics such as being restless and excitable, getting easily distracted, and acting on impulse. This delightful book combines humour with understanding to reflect the difficulties and joys of raising a child with ADHD and celebrates what it means to be considered ‘different’.

“This is an absorbing and insightful photo-illustrated read, which takes a really refreshing approach to understanding ADHD. This is an uplifting book for anyone, but especially dog lovers, and those wanting to help children they know with ADHD.”

Aug 2020 | £9.99 | 72pp | hb | Rights sold: Chinese (simplified), Danish, Dutch, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish | ISBN-9781843106517

– EYE Early Years Educator

Kathy Hoopmann is the best-selling Australian author of All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome, All Dogs Have ADHD and All Birds Have Anxiety. With a primary school teaching background, she is the author of over twenty books for children and teenagers which sell widely in Australia, the UK, the US and the Middle East, and her books have been translated into nineteen languages.


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Aug 2020 | £14.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752948

Three well-known autistic mothers offer advice and wisdom based on their experiences having and raising children. This book offers valuable insights, knowledge and wisdom on parenting autistic and non-autistic children. Three mothers reflect on their experiences of growing up as undiagnosed autistics, venturing into and embracing motherhood, and connecting with their children in a unique and powerful way. They offer advice on overcoming the challenges of parenting when you are autistic, such as socialising with other parents or sensory issues that come with excessive touch. Reflecting on their own experiences, they also emphasize the positives of being an autistic parent to an autistic child, such as understanding of why their child is struggling or the openmindedness that can come from not being constrained by societal norms. They also explain how out-of-the-box thinking leads to creative parenting of non-autistic children, forming strong and loving bonds. Full of wit and warm advice, this book empowers autistic parents and reassures them that autism is a strength in raising their children with love, knowledge and experience, while also giving non-autistic parents and professionals a fresh perspective on helping autistic children to thrive.

Living with PTSD on the Autism Spectrum A Journey towards Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Lisa Morgan and Mary Donahue An examination of PTSD within adults on the autistic spectrum, uniquely combining lived experience with professional insights. The relationship between autism and PTSD has historically been neglected in research and understanding but impacts the lives of many. In this unique collaboration, Lisa Morgan and Mary Donahue explore PTSD in autistic adults as patient and practitioner. Lisa shares her personal experiences as an autistic adult, reflecting on emotionally traumatic events and their effect on her daily life. Mary examines the challenges surrounding diagnosis, reworking and developing communication and clarifying the symptoms of PTSD within the autistic population.

Sep 2020 | £15.99 | 256pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787750500

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Candid advice, activities and worksheets for exploring relationships. Asperger Syndrome (AS) can affect some of the fundamental ingredients required to make a relationship work, such as emotional empathy and communication. With candid advice, activities and example worksheets, the book explores a variety of approaches that couples can use to counteract these difficulties. Whilst acknowledging that all relationships are different and each needs to be viewed as a unique case, the author identifies specific issues that can be problematic in an Asperger relationship, such verbal and non-verbal communication, sexual issues, socializing and parenting, and comes up with simple and effective ways of addressing these issues.

ASD and Sexuality, Second Edition From Adolescence through Adulthood Isabelle Hénault Nov 2020 | £18.99 | 224pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751187

A revised edition of Hénault’s practical guide to autism and sexuality, updated to include new and exclusive content for individuals with autism, professionals and parents. Playing the dating game is often tricky: all the more so for individuals with ASd. How do ASd adolescents and their families cope with sexual feelings and behaviour? What help can be given if a man with ASd oversteps the mark in expressing his sexuality? How do people with ASd deal with intimacy and communication in sexual relationships? In this comprehensive and unique guide, Isabelle Hénault delivers practical information and advice on issues ranging from puberty and sexual development, gender identity disorders, couples’ therapy to guidelines for sex education programs and maintaining sexual boundaries.

Understanding and Treating Anxiety in Autism A Multi-Disciplinary Approach Edited by Stephen M. Edelson and Jane Botsford Johnson Sep 2020 | £24.99 | 304pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787751521

An examination of the causes and treatments of anxiety within individuals on the autism spectrum from leading researchers and practitioners. Anxiety is a prevalent and often debilitating condition for individuals on the autism spectrum. This book promotes a multidisciplinary approach to intervention and treatment of the condition, providing professional understanding of the underlying causes and available treatments. With chapters co-authored by well-known advocates and pioneering researchers, contributors examine factors including sensory processing issues, sleep impairments and the crossover between the autonomic nervous system and immune system.



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Jul 2020 | £16.99 | 176pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752924

A practical guide for professionals and parents about the links between autism and eating disorders, examining what to do and what to look for. The relationship between autism and eating disorders is often overlooked or misunderstood. Written by two experienced clinicians working with young people, this book covers topics including identification of both conditions, diagnosis and the recovery process, challenging current thinking and promoting new ways of working to promote treatment and awareness. Autism and eating disorders often present in similar ways, whether through restrictive or selective eating behaviours, or rigid or obsessive thought patterns. As a result, individuals may receive treatment for one condition with the other – although present – going undiagnosed. This is a practical guide for the adults supporting this group of teens, recommending changes in policy and practice in order to improve the care of young people experiencing these conditions. Drawing on in-depth case studies highlighting the need for young people and their families to feel understood and listened to, the authors show how we can empower these young people to reach their full emotional and physical potential.

Building Communication and Independence for Children Across the Autism Spectrum Strategies to Address Minimal Language, Echolalia and Behavior Elizabeth Ives Field

Oct 2020 | £18.99 | 192pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787755468

A practical guide to helping children at all levels on the autism spectrum to communicate more effectively. Expert author Elizabeth Ives Field combines over four decades of working in the autism field to provide practical, in depth teaching strategies for children on the spectrum who struggle with ‘typical’ communication. Incorporating case studies from children at different stages, this book sets out individual approaches for children at varying levels of communication, including those who are nonverbal, those with moderately functional speech and atypical language as well as highly verbal individuals who may have only recently been diagnosed. Incorporating intervention procedures such as prompting, scripts, reinforcement and naturalistic intervention, this book provides a positive and realistic guide for parents and professionals seeking to help children on the autistic spectrum to build their communication skills and work towards happy and independent futures.

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The Spectrum Girl’s Survival Guide How to Grow Up Awesome and Autistic Siena Castellon Foreword by Temple Grandin

The ultimate go-to guide for autistic teenage girls, written by a multi-award-winning and internationally recognised teen autism campaigner. “Never be ashamed of being different: it is this difference that makes you extraordinary and unique.” This essential go-to guide gives you all the advice and tools you’ll need to help you flourish and achieve what you want in life. From the answers to everyday questions such as ‘Am I using appropriate body language?’ and ‘Did I say the wrong thing?’, through to discussing the importance of understanding your emotions, looking after your physical and mental health and coping with anxiety and sensory overloads, award-winning neurodiversity campaigner Siena Castellon uses her own experiences to provide you with the skills to overcome any challenge. With practical tips on friendships, dating, body image, consent and appearance, as well as how to survive school and bullying, The Spectrum Girl’s Survival Guide gives you the power to embrace who you are, reminding you that even during the toughest of teen moments, you are never alone.

Mar 2020 | £12.99 | 256pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787751835

Girl The Invisible Autistic Survival Guide The Spectrum Girl’s

“A must read for young autistic girls. It offers a range of advice and tips relating to real-life real-world issues. An instant classic!” – Sarah Wild, Headteacher, Limpsfield Grange School

Siena Castellon is a 17-year-old internationally recognised and multi-award-winning autism advocate and anti-bullying campaigner who is on the autism spectrum. She has won a BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Award, Observer New Radical Award and the British Citizen Youth Award and is affiliated with the UCL Centre for Research in Autism and Education. She lives in London with her parents and her pet dog Rico.

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The Hidden Lives of Autistic Women Dr Sarah Bargiela




Illustrated by Sophie Standing


Mar 2019 | £12.99 | 48pp | hb | World rights



available | ISBN-9781785925665




Sheds light on the under-explored condition of female autism, with beautiful and engaging illustrations. An engaging insight into the often underexplored condition of autism in women and girls, delivered in an expertly researched and beautifully illustrated graphic book. The perfect resource for anyone who wishes to understand how gender affects autism, it shows how to create safer, more accommodating environments for women on the spectrum.



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“This informative work has insights for those familiar with or new to autism studies, and readers will feel the interviews add an important perspective.” – Publishers Weekly

The Autism-Friendly Guide to Periods

2008 | £19.99 | 416pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (simplified), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, French (Canada only), German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish | ISBN-9781843106692

The Asperger’s Syndrome Bible for parents and professionals, newly updated with an introduction explaining the DSM-5.

Robyn Steward Apr 2019 | £12.99 | 96pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785923241

Straightforward guide to periods for autistic young people aged 9–16. Changes during puberty, such as the onset of periods, are challenging for girls on the autism spectrum. Written from experience by an autistic woman, this straightforward guide to periods helps the reader to prepare in great detail, from hygiene to pain medication and sensory experiences to mood swings.

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Walking to the Beat of Autism Edited by Barb Cook and Dr Michelle Garnett Foreword by Lisa Morgan Aug 2018 | £15.99 | 336pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785924347

15 autistic women give empowerment, advice, support and insight to fellow autistic women, with clinical commentary from a specialist. Contributors cover issues including growing up, identity, diversity, parenting, independence and self-care amongst many others. With great contributions from exceptional women, this is a truly well-rounded collection of knowledge and sage advice for any woman with autism.

“This book really is a must-have resource for all academic libraries, college psychology classes, parents and relatives of those with AS, clinicians and medical professionals, teachers, and of course, those of us who have AS.” – Autism Spectrum Quarterly

Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome

A User Guide to Adolescence Luke Jackson 2002 | £13.99 | 216pp | pb | Rights sold: Dutch, French, German, Icelandic, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Spanish, Swedish | ISBN-9781843100980

The award winning user guide to adolescence on the Autism spectrum. 13 year old Luke Jackson wrote this enlightening, honest and witty book in an attempt to address difficult topics such as bullying, friendships when and how to tell others about AS, school problems, dating and relationships, and morality.

“There should be a copy in the staffroom of every school with an AS pupil – which, at the rate things are going, means nearly every school.” – Daily Telegraph

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Tricky Punctuation in Cartoons Lidia Stanton Illustrated by Sophie Kennedy

Fun cartoons for learning tricky punctuation for kids aged 9+ (key stage 2 and up). This illustrated punctuation workbook supports students with dyslexia, ADHD or other specific learning difficulties to develop their punctuation skills via inquiry-based learning. Using humour and fun cartoons to teach punctuation, the book encourages students to engage in active learning to make their own connections about punctuation rather than rote memorisation of rules. Using this workbook and inquirybased learning the student gradually becomes proficient in generalising the specific rules they have learnt, detecting patterns from examples and inferring rules. Tricky Punctuation in Cartoons complements school literacy programmes and helps equip students who learn differently with additional ways to remember tricky punctuation rules.

“This book is brilliant! A superb learning tool – engaging, humorous and thoughtfully constructed. The visuals are spot on and the text snappy and informative. Full of punctuation tips and easily accessible – this book will help all children grasp and consolidate much more than the basics of punctuation! Teachers will love this book.”

Jul 2020 | £10.99 | 272pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787754027


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�������������������������������������������������� Dyslexia 200 Tricky Spellings in Cartoons Visual Mnemonics for Everyone Lidia Stanton A collection of 200 memorable mnemonics to help students actively learn and effortlessly recall tricky spellings. The new revised edition of Lidia Stanton’s bestselling book of cartoons demystifying 200 of the most difficult spellings. The book is structured around confusing pairs of words, such as homophones or words that ‘go together’, tricky everyday words and tricky academic words, with memorable illustrations on every page to help you connect the word’s meaning and graphical features with its spelling pattern. This is not a traditional dictionary or textbook, but a playful handbook to refer to as often as you like. Bringing humour to learning through witty mnemonics and storylines, this imaginative guide perfectly complements the school curriculum, helping students to learn actively, overcome common stumbling blocks and effortlessly identify and recall tricky spellings.

Dec 2020 | £12.99 | 240pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787755420

Learn to Draw with Dyslexia A Practical Guide Qona Rankin and Howard Riley Strategies for improving drawing technique for students with dyslexia, DCD and other neurological differences. A hands-on guide for students with dyslexia and dyspraxia to improve their representational drawing skills, overcoming the issues commonly reported by students with SLDs. Many creative and talented individuals with neurological differences report difficulties with short-term memory, co-ordination and planning ahead within a project, and a lack of specialised teaching may dissuade them from pursuing their artistic inclinations. With clear explanations and illustrations at every stage, this book will provide dyslexic art students with the tools and confidence to achieve their goals.

Nov 2020 | £16.99 | 160pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751422

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The Bigger Picture Book of Amazing Dyslexics and the Jobs They Do

The Illustrated Guide to Dyslexia and Its Amazing People

Kathy Iwanczak Forsyth and Kate Power

Kate Power and Kathy Iwanczak Forsyth

Foreword by Paul Smith

Foreword by Richard Rogers

Inspirational dyslexics, including Eddie Izzard and Jamie Oliver, tell their stories, and describe the dyslexic strengths they bring to their work. A beautifully designed book (packed with photos) full of wise words and encouragement from successful dyslexics working in comedy, architecture, law, fashion and many other amazing (and achievable!) careers. Honest about the challenges of dyslexia (like problems or embarrassment at school), while showing how its strengths can be used to your advantage (for example how visualising and big picture thinking can make you shine at work), this is a book of colourful conversations with creative, motivated and successful people who are brilliant at what they do, and who achieve incredible things because of their dyslexia. There is also a section from people who work to support people with dyslexia, who share their top tips and advice gleaned from their years of experience.

Use this guide to weed out what dyslexia means for you and discover the tools you need to blossom! Dyslexia comes to life with visual imagery and colourful text in this new book on what dyslexia means, how it feels, what to do about it, and how to learn to embrace it. There are advantages to being dyslexic, including an aptitude for design literacy and innovative thinking, although these can be obscured by its challenges. This beautifully designed book, complete with stunning visuals and gentle humour, approaches the subject of dyslexia in a simple and encouraging way for all age groups. By showing what dyslexia is and asking the reader how it applies to them, this book offers a fun and engaging means of working out how dyslexia affects the individual specifically, with a multitude of learning tools and tips, and a gallery of inspirational dyslexics who have used their particular skills to do something amazing with their lives.

“Inspiring, insightful, and practical, this is a book for everyone, dyslexic or not.” – Deyan Sudjic OBE, Director Emeritus, Design Museum May 2020 | £15.99 | 200pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785925849

“Dyslexia is a learning difference NOT a difficulty. Use this book to really, authentically celebrate that difference.” – Mike Fleetham, 2017 | £13.99 | 96pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785923302

Kate Power works in the creative industries and Kathy Iwanczak Forsyth is a graphic designer. Both have dyslexic children.


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The Big Book of Dyslexia Activities for Kids and Teens 100+ Creative, Fun, Multi-sensory and Inclusive Ideas for Successful Learning Gavin Reid, Nick Guise and Jennie Guise Oct 2018 | £22.99 | 320pp | pb | Rights sold: Turkish | ISBN-9781785923777

Creative, multi-sensory, memorable and inclusive activities for children and teens with dyslexia. Full of interesting and creative activities for children and young people aged 5–19 with dyslexia, this book is an essential guide for teachers and parents. Focusing on practical and accessible projects, the guide will cover key skills such as listening, memory, talking and writing.

Fun Games and Activities for Children with Dyslexia How to Learn Smarter with a Dyslexic Brain Alais Winton Illustrated by Joe Salerno Mar 2018 | £12.99 | 136pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785922923

Fun, creative strategies to help with literacy and numeracy for children aged 7+ with dyslexia. Full of fun, practical games and activities accompanied by charming cartoons for children aged 7 to 13 with dyslexia, this book makes learning easy and entertaining. Written by a dyslexic tutor for dyslexic students, the tips are embedded in first-hand experience and will inspire and motivate any reader to aim high.

“I like how the book tells you how to do the games. I don’t like to learn spellings normally, sitting down and writing them over and over again. I like to have more fun when I’m learning.” – Dyslexic child, Cameron, age 11

The Self-Help Guide for Teens with Dyslexia Useful Stuff You May Not Learn at School Alais Winton 2015 | £9.99 | 128pp | pb | Rights sold: Greek, Italian | ISBN-9781849056496

Self-help strategies for students with dyslexia. Gold Medal Winner in the Self-Help category of the 2015 Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards. As Alais Winton knows, having dyslexia doesn’t mean you’re not bright; like her, you might just need a different way of looking at things. In this book, she lets you in on the learning techniques which work for her, and which you may not be taught at school. This is a must-read pocket guide for students with dyslexia aged 11 to 18, and will also be a helpful source of ideas for teachers, SENCOs and parents of teens with dyslexia.

“This is like a breath of fresh air. For a young person with dyslexia it’s good to know that it’s ok to be dyslexic.” – Hannah, dyslexic parent of a dyslexic child

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Gender Explorers Our Stories of Growing Up Trans and Changing the World Juno Roche Foreword by Susie Green, afterword by Cara English and Jay Stewart

Life-affirming interviews with young trans people who share their empowering experiences of questioning and exploring gender. In this life-affirming, heartening and refreshing collection of interviews, young trans people offer valuable insight and advice into what has helped them to flourish and feel happy in their experience of growing up trans. Speaking openly and candidly about their gender, their experiences of coming out, their aspirations, and their fears – accompanied by interviews and support from their parents and carers – this book is beautiful proof of the potential for trans children to live rich and fulfilling lives when given the support and love they need. With their trademark candour and empathy, Juno Roche gives voice to a generation of gender explorers who are making gender work for them, and in the process, reveals a kinder, more accepting world, that we should all be fighting for.

Just to be completely crystal clear and not leave a single shred or sliver of doubt in anyone’s mind as to why I’m writing this book, ‘I believe that children who are questioning and exploring their gender or simply making gender do what they need it to do in order that they can lead happy, functional and aspirational lives, are the future of this planet. They are the gender explorers and gender bosses that we all so desperately need.’ Yes, I feel as strongly as that, I believe that they are our future. These young trans and non-binary people are managing to ignore the enforced dominant script of gender in which we have no control and writing their own scripts from scratch to fit their lives. They are resolute in wanting to be the best that they can be, they want to be happy. And they want to be happy now! Just happy. – Extract from the book

Jun 2020 | £12.99 | 192pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752597

Juno Roche is an internationally recognised trans writer and campaigner. Their writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, Dazed, Vice, Cosmopolitan and Broadly, and Juno featured on The Independent’s Rainbow List in 2015 and 2016. They have previously published Queer Sex, longlisted for the Polari First Book Prize, and Trans Power.


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In Their Shoes Navigating Non-Binary Life Jamie Windust A fun and sassy guide to living your best non-binary life, written by a rising star in the trans community. There is no one way to be non-binary, and that’s truthfully one of the best things about it. It’s an identity that is yours to shape. Combining light-hearted anecdotes with their own hardwon wisdom, Jamie Windust explores everything from fashion, dating, relationships and family, through to mental health, work and future key debates. From trying on clothes in secret to iconic looks, first dates to polyamorous liaisons, passports to pronouns, Jamie shows you how to navigate the world and your evolving identity in every type of situation. Frank, funny, and brilliantly feisty, this must-read book is a call to arms for non-binary self-acceptance, self-appreciation and self-celebration.

Being non-binary, for me, means that there is no one way that I should look. Many people think that if you’re nonbinary, you have to express your gender in an androgynous manner. However, that’s simply not true, because your gender expression is limitless. There is no way in which we should look. There’s no way that any gender should look, but the binary way in which people gender themselves comes with societal pressure to conform to traditional expressions of looking one way or another. Although it’s completely valid for cis people to express their gender however they see fit, for me and many non-binary people, identifying as non-binary means that all of the arbitrary rules of how we should look just don’t exist anymore. Freedom. Gender freedom. Fashion freedom. My gender expression had always been feminine, even before I came out as non-binary. I always loved the elegance and drama of femininity. It was just so beautiful to me. I always used to think about how, when I was going out to dinner or somewhere fancy, it was infuriating that I was expected to take ten minutes to get ready. I was expected to throw on some fancy trousers and a shirt and tie, and then just be ready. I wanted to be able to take my time and have that moment of feminine elegance. When I was fourteen or fifteen, I used to always think, ‘God, why can’t I wear a ball gown to this family meal that’s just going to be at Pizza Express?’ Seeing pop stars and film stars all glammed up on the TV made me resent the fact that I wasn’t allowed to do that. It just never sat right with me. Why wasn’t I allowed? Who was telling me I couldn’t? – Extract from the book

Oct 2020 | £12.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752429

Jamie Windust is an awardwinning non-binary figurehead, writer, public speaker and model. They write for The Independent, Gay Times, British GQ, Cosmopolitan and INTO More, and were named as one of London’s most influential people, in the story telling category, by the Evening Standard.

Photo: Matty Parks

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The Trans SelfCare Workbook A Colouring Book and Journal for Trans and Non-Binary People Theo Lorenz A colouring book and journal for the trans and non-binary community, with practical advice and creative exercises to promote wellbeing. If you’re transgender, non-binary, or any other gender under the wide and wonderful trans umbrella, this book is for you. A creative journal and workbook with a difference, this book combines coloring pages celebrating trans identity, beauty and relationships, with practical advice, journaling prompts and space for reflection to promote self-affirmation and wellbeing. Drawing on CBT and mindfulness techniques, the book covers topics including body positivity and neutrality, coming out, euphoria and dysphoria, building new friendships and navigating relationships with your friends and family, and is the go-to resource for anybody who has ever felt the pressure to conform to a singular definition or narrative. Theo Nicole Lorenz’s heart-warming and empowering illustrations of trans people will provide reassurance that you are never alone, and are a reminder to always treat yourself kindly.

Oct 2020 | £14.99 | 144pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753433

Theo Nicole Lorenz was born in 1985, weighing only six pounds and yelling a lot. Now many pounds larger and with more than ten delightful all-ages coloring books published, Theo still yells a lot, though mostly at the internet. They make coloring books and sometimes comics in St. Paul, Minnesota.


������������������������������������������ Gender Diversity Spectrums Autistic Transgender People in Their Own Words Edited by Maxfield Sparrow A vital, first-of-its-kind anthology of personal essays written by autistic trans people about their experiences. Written by autistic trans people from around the world, this vital and intimate collection of personal essays reveals the struggles and joys of living at the intersection of neurodivergence and gender diversity. Weaving memories, poems and first-person narratives together, these stories showcase experiences of coming out, college and university life, accessing healthcare, physical transition, friendships and relationships, sexuality, pregnancy, parenting, and late life self-discovery, to reveal a rich and varied tapestry of life lived on the spectrums. With humour and personal insight, this anthology is essential reading for autistic trans people, and the professionals supporting them, as well as anyone interested in the nuances of autism and gender identity.

Jul 2020 | £14.99 | 224pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787750142

The Big Book of LGBTQ+ Activities Teaching Children about Gender Identity, Sexuality, Relationships and Different Families Amie Taylor Illustrated by Liza Stevens

A unique creative workbook filled with activities, stories and games to help educate children aged 6–9 about LGBTq+ identities and promote inclusion. With 5 fun tales featuring merpeople, a rainbow wedding and a back-to-front horse, this captivating guide to LGBTq+ identities takes you on a journey through Clear Sky Castle to promote inclusion for children aged 6–9. The interactive stories and games – including drawing, sculpting, word searches and quizzes – raise awareness of different kinds of families, as well as identities such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and non-binary, and teach acceptance for all. The resourceful ‘Guide for Adults’ at the end of the book offers advice, answers to activities throughout, and signposts to helpful organisations for the adult reading the book with the child.

Aug 2020 | £16.99 | 120pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753372

Gender Diversity ������������������������������������������ Gender Trauma Healing Cultural, Social, and Historical Gendered Trauma Alex Iantaffi Foreword by Meg-John Barker

An examination of the systematic, cultural and historical perpetuation of the rigid gender binary and its impact on our lives. The rigid gender binary hurts clients of all genders through historical, cultural and social trauma, which clinicians are ill-equipped to deal with due to limited resources, training and awareness. This book examines the history of this binary and its roots in colonialism, and the way that this culture is perpetuated intergenerationally. It is cross-examined in the context of intersectional issues including trans mental health, toxic gender roles and emotional labour. Featuring case studies, exercises and reflexive practices, this is an accessible guide for professionals to understand how gender-derived trauma shows up in clinical environments. Highlighting the importance of applying a trauma-informed approach in practice, this book provides insights as to how we can work towards collective healing, for future generations and for ourselves.

Sep 2020 | £19.99 | 224pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751064

Voice and Communication Therapy with Trans and Non-Binary People Sharing the Clinical Space Matthew Mills and Gillie Stoneham Illustrated by Charlotte Retieff Foreword by Helen Greener and Meg-John Barker

Guidebook helping Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs), voice coaches and other professionals develop their skills for working with trans clients. Specifically aimed at Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) and voice practitioners, this book follows up from the authors’ first book, The Voice Book for Trans and Non-Binary People. It sets out cultural competence, psychological and vocal skills, group activities and improvisations frameworks and exercises to helps SLTs develop their skills for working with trans and non-binary clients, including facilitation and coaching, emotional intelligence, role-play and solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy practices. It also includes many contributions from the trans community and a range of clinical professionals to emphasise the collaborative space. Written by two leading authorities on voice and communication therapy for trans people, this is an essential and authoritative resource for anyone working with trans and non-binary clients who are seeking their voice exploration. Jul 2020 | £19.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787751040



������������������������������������������ Gender Diversity The Reflective Workbook for Parents and Families of Transgender and NonBinary Children Your Transition as Your Child Transitions D. M. Maynard This self-help workbook supports the journey parents and families navigate as their child transitions or questions their gender. When a child goes through transition, the dynamics of the family unit can start to shift. It is not uncommon for one family member to feel one way about the transition, while another may feel quite differently. This innovative workbook discusses the unique needs of parents and families as they navigate their child’s gender exploration. Providing a safe space for them to work through their own uncertainties and necessities, it gives specifically tailored guidance and support, with sections on school life, language and terminology, finding a therapist, possible grief, social/medical intervention options and more. Personal anecdotes from parents and other family members offer insight and understanding, alongside reflective activities, quizzes and positive affirmations throughout.

Jul 2020 | £19.99 | 304pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752368

How to Be Ace A Memoir of Growing Up Asexual Rebecca Burgess A charming, highly personal graphic memoir of one woman's experiences of growing up asexual. What's it like to be asexual? From feeling isolated from the other kids at schools, to the discomfort of living in a culture obsessed with sex, this striking comic shows what this experience is like. It also sheds light on the mental health issues that frequently occur alongside asexuality. Showing the difference in how asexual people experience the world around them, and the spectrum of asexuality that exists, this comic book gives unparalleled insight into a frequently misunderstood sexual orientation, and guidance for other asexual people on ‘how to be ace’.

Sep 2020 | £12.99 | 208pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752153

Gender Diversity ������������������������������������������ Rainbow Village A Story to Help Children Celebrate Diversity Emmi Smid Aug 2020 | £12.99 | 48pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785922480

Picture book introducing children aged 3+ to the importance of diversity. In a land faraway, there is a village where nobody likes to mix with anyone who is different from them. Until an unexpected visitor comes along, and shows the villagers how much stronger they are when they all come together… This vibrantly illustrated story helps children aged 3+ celebrate diversity and be kind to others. In the face of adversity, a stranger helps creatures of different shapes, colours and habits to unite, and transform their village into a harmonious rainbow. At the back is a support section for adults, written by Diversity Role Models, to help children talk about and understand the story.

She’s My Dad! A Story for Children Who Have a Transgender Parent or Relative Sarah Savage Illustrated by Jillian Garcia Aug 2020 | £10.99 | 36pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785926150

An empowering picture book for 3–7 year olds about transgender parents and family diversity. When Mini’s cousin accidently misgenders her dad Haley, Mini explains why misgendering is hurtful and why we need to treat trans people with respect. Mini speaks with confidence about transitioning and gender identity, and helps to educate and empower others with trans relatives or friends. This brightly illustrated book for children aged 3 – 7 will aid discussion with children about a loved one transitioning or about trans people in general. Featuring a child with a dad who has transitioned, this book passes on an important message about acceptance and respect, and covers pronouns, dysphoria, family diversity and misgendering.

Sylvia and Marsha Start a Revolution! The Story of the Trans Women of Color Who Made LGBTQ+ History Joy Michael Ellison and Teshika Silver Illustrated by Tesh Silver Nov 2020 | £12.99 | 32pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787755307

A picture book about the trans women of colour who started an LGBTQ+ revolution. “Someday girls like us will be able to wear whatever we want. People will call us by the names we choose. They’ll respect that we are women. The cops will leave us alone and no one will go hungry.” Sylvia and Marsha are closer than sisters. They are kind and brave and not afraid to speak their truth, even when it makes other people angry. This illustrated book introduces children to the story of Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson, the two transgender women of colour who helped kickstart the Stonewall Riots and dedicated their lives to fighting for LGBTQ+ equality. It introduces children to issues surrounding gender identity and diversity, accompanied by a reading guide and teaching materials to further the conversation.



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Queer Sex

To My Trans Sisters

A Trans and Non-Binary Guide to Intimacy, Pleasure and Relationships Juno Roche

Edited by Charlie Craggs 2017 | £12.99 | 344pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785923432

2018 | £12.99 | 168pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785924064

Diverse and well-known figures from the trans and non-binary community speak out about sex, desire and dating, and the ways gender and sexuality can relate to one another. Polari First Book Prize 2019 – Longlisted. In this frank, funny and poignant book, transgender activist Juno Roche discusses sex, desire and dating with leading figures from the trans and non-binary community. Calling out prejudices and inspiring readers to explore their own concepts of intimacy and sexuality, the first-hand accounts celebrate the wonder and potential of trans bodies and push at the boundaries of how society views gender, sexuality and relationships.

“Ahhh, now these are the sex talks I’d like to have had back when I was first transitioning. This book is sure going to encourage and inspire a whole lot of trans and gender nonconforming family and their lovers.” – Kate Bornstein, author of Gender Outlaw

Trans Power

Own Your Gender Juno Roche

A collection of heartfelt letters written by inspirational trans women offering guidance to trans women and girls. Lambda Literary Award Finalist – LGBTQ Anthology 2019. Each letter offers honest advice from their own experience on everything from make-up and dating, through to deeper subjects like battling dysphoria and dealing with transphobia.

Uncomfortable Labels

My Life as a Gay Autistic Trans Woman Laura Kate Dale

Jul 2019 | £12.99 | 192pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781785925870

A candid, first of its kind insight into growing up as a gay trans woman with autism, undiagnosed until adulthood. “So while the assumption when I was born was that I was or would grow up to be a neurotypical heterosexual boy, that whole idea didn’t really pan out long term.” Charting the ups and downs of being autistic and on the LGBTq+ spectrum with searing honesty and humour, this is an empowering, life-affirming read for anyone who’s felt they don’t fit in.

Oct 2019 | £12.99 | 256pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787750197

Trans Teen Survival Guide Owl Fisher and Fox Fisher

Leading figures from the trans and nonbinary community discuss ideas about embracing ‘trans’ as an identity. Radical and emotionally raw, this book pushes the boundaries of trans representation by redefining ‘trans’ as an identity with its own power and strength, that goes beyond the gender binary. Features intimate conversations with leading figures in the trans community, such as Kate Bornstein, Travis Alabanza, Josephine Jones and Glamrou.

“An inspiring, empowering book that is very real and staggeringly visionary.” – Attitude

2018 | £12.99 | 224pp | pb | Rights sold: Spanish | ISBN-9781785923418

A funny, frank and comprehensive guide to trans life for teenagers by authors who understand the realities of growing up trans. Wondering how to come out to your family and friends, what it’s like to go through cross hormonal therapy or how to put on a packer? Trans youth activists Fox and Owl have stepped in to answer everything that trans teens and their families need to know. With a focus on self-care, expression and being proud of your unique identity, the guide is packed full of invaluable advice from people who understand the realities and complexities of growing up trans.

Mental Health & Counselling ����������������������������� The Carer’s Guide to Schizophrenia A Concise and Practical Resource for Carers, Family and Friends Terence V. McCann, Dan I. Lubman and Gayelene Boardman Foreword by Prof. Allan Fels

How carers, family and friends can support people with schizophrenia. This book will equip carers, family members and friends with the skills to support a person with schizophrenia or other psychoses. Concise language and practical problem-solving exercises throughout make this an ideal resource to easily digest and dip in and out of as needed. It begins by describing the condition in detail, going on to cover the types of treatment available, how to deal with problems and common challenges, and promoting the person’s wellbeing, as well as lots of information on carer wellbeing and available help from support services. When caring for someone with schizophrenia or other psychoses, it’s important to be highly knowledgeable about the person’s mental health condition, how it affects them and how to help in different situations. This positive book will assist carers in every aspect of this challenging, rewarding process. Aug 2020 | £14.99 | 208pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787755048

Hell Yeah Self-Care! A Trauma-Informed Workbook Meg-John Barker and Alex Iantaffi An activity-based reflective journal to build self-care into your daily life. This is a creative workbook and journal, featuring a diverse range of experiential exercises, questionnaires and opportunities for reflection. It is designed for you to draw on as you see fit, to incorporate its practices in a way that works for you. The authors take an intersectional approach to these topics, covering methods including systemic and existential therapies, Buddhist mindfulness, Pagan ritual, trauma-informed practice, intersectional feminism among many others. While it has been historically overlooked, the authors realign self-care as foundational to the wellbeing of individuals and society as a whole. Exploring self-care in all its forms, the practices and activities in this book will help you to meet your basic needs, build empathetic relationships with yourself and others, and show resilience in times of need.

Nov 2020 | £14.99 | 200pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752450



����������������������������� Mental Health & Counselling Mediation and Dispute Resolution Contemporary Issues and Developments Tony Whatling Foreword by Marion Roberts

Provides mediators with the skills and strategies to work with complex contemporary issues. This guide presents mediators with the skills and strategies they need to work in challenging and contemporary situations, such as high conflict matters, forgiveness, issues from cultural diversity, and much more. With easy to apply guidance and accessibly written, it will help both the experienced mediator and those still developing.

Dec 2020 | £24.99 | 272pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751156

Brief Behavioural Activation for Adolescent Depression A Clinician’s Manual and Session-by-Session Guide Shirley Reynolds and Laura Pass Illustrated by Masha Pimas

How to implement Brief Behavioural Activation, a short-term structured intervention for treating adolescents and young people with depression. This practical manual contains guidance on how to deliver Brief BA at every stage, photocopiable activities and worksheets for the client and their parents, and a section on the research and theory behind the approach. It includes information and advice on how to assess adolescent depression, get to know the young person and their priorities better and help them to do more of what matters.

Sep 2020 | £24.99 | 240pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787755024

Mental Health & Counselling ����������������������������� Anger the Ancient Warrior A Story and Workbook with CBT Activities to Master Your Anger Sarah Trueman and Sara Godoli Illustrated by Dorian Cottereau

An illustrated CBT workbook to help children aged 8–12 understand and cope with feelings of anger. Anger is a natural feeling – everyone gets angry at times! But anger can be a very strong emotion, and hard to master. It’s best to learn how to live comfortably with anger, to stop it causing unnecessary pain. Which is why you should meet Anger the Ancient Warrior. This strikingly illustrated story and workbook for children aged 8–12 explains what anger is and shows how it is something everyone experiences. With interactive CBT workbook activities, the book helps children to transform this feeling into something more positive. It also includes a short guide for adults to help them understand both their child’s feelings and their own and to start a conversation about anger together.

Jul 2020 | £12.99 | 56pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753686

The Parent’s Guide to Oppositional Defiant Disorder Your Questions Answered Amelia Bowler An introductory guide for parents who have just learned about their child’s diagnosis of oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). This parenting guide to ODD offers expert information on your child’s condition, provides insight and empathy to what they are going through, and equips and empowers you to make practical changes in your parenting approaches. It provides an overview of tried-and-tested techniques from a mother of a child with ODD to support you in response to typical questions you may have: “Why is my child acting this way?” “What does this say about me?” “Why doesn’t my child respond to punishment or reward?” “What am I supposed to do next?” Overall this book teaches you how to avoid common mistakes in responding to ODD, the crossover with similar diagnoses such as ADHD and how to distinguish the disorders, how to improve your own resilience and confidence to communicate effectively with your strong-willed child, and start rebuilding the relationship you have.

Aug 2020 | £14.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752382



����������������������������� Mental Health & Counselling Cool Connections CBT Workbook Build Your Self-Esteem, Resilience and Wellbeing for Ages 9–14 Laurie Seiler Illustrated by Adam A. Freeman

A CBT workbook for young people aged 9-14 to help prevent anxiety and depression through building self-esteem, resilience and wellbeing. This workbook, packed full of fun exercises, provides a cognitive behavioural approach which aims to encourage self-esteem, social skills and well-being and to prevent anxiety and depression in children and young people aged 9-14. It leads the reader through understanding their own emotions, and the body signals and feelings that coincide with them, before putting strategies in place to help them cope with feelings of anxiety and depression, and increase their emotional resilience, and their self-confidence in dealing with difficult feelings and situations.

Sep 2020 | £14.99 | 160pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752542

Cool Connections with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Groups, 2nd edition Encouraging Self-Esteem, Resilience and Wellbeing in Children and Young People Using CBT Approaches Laurie Seiler Illustrated by Adam A. Freeman

New edition of a best-selling CBT group programme for children and young people to prevent anxiety and depression through building self-esteem, resilience and wellbeing. Cool Connections is an early intervention programme for young people aged 9-14, focusing on preventing anxiety and depression. Through using CBT principles and therapeutic exercises, it encourages the development of resilience, self-esteem and wellbeing, to reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. This new and updated edition gives professionals working with groups everything they need to improve the wellbeing of children. With photocopiable and downloadable illustrated worksheets, it is clearly structured and straightforward to put into practice, and contains new sessions on self-regulation, identifying support networks and mindfulness. Sep 2020 | £27.99 | 272pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752474

Mental Health & Counselling ����������������������������� Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Anxiety Ideas and Activities for Working Therapeutically with Worried Children and Their Families Fiona Zandt and Suzanne Barrett Packed full of engaging therapeutic activities, this book is the perfect guide to aid in working with children with anxiety. Using a CBT-informed approach, this book sets out activities for use in therapeutic settings for helping children aged 3-10, and their families, to cope with and manage anxiety. The first part of the book explains how to approach work with children, the key developmental considerations for therapy, and how to work with the systems around the child. The second part is full of activities and ideas that have been developed through the authors' extensive work with children, giving children an arsenal of coping strategies, ways of relaxing, growing their resilience and more. All of the activities use only easily available, inexpensive materials and are laid out simply, making this book the perfect tool for anyone working with children's mental health.

“I invite you to enjoy this wonderful book that Doctors Zandt and Barrett have created for all of us grownup therapists who need a kickstart for our imagination. They have taken the complicated ideas that explain how anxiety works in the body and mind and created fun, memorable ways to explain and experience what happens when a child gets anxious and what to do once anxiety occurs.”

Oct 2020 | £19.99 | 200pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787750944

– from the foreword, Karen Cassiday, President of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America

The Parents’ Guide to Body Dysmorphic Disorder How to Support Your Child, Teen or Young Adult Nicole Schnackenberg, Benedetta Monzani and Amita Jassi Foreword by Rob Willson and David Veale

Offers practical advice to parents and carers of children and young people with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). This guide explains how and why BDD emerges, before moving onto an exploration of how the mental health condition presents itself emotionally, psychologically, physically and behaviourally. It offers practical advice and guidance for parents and carers on talking to their child about BDD, seeking professional treatment, considering medication, managing social media use, working with schools to build a recovery team and more.

Aug 2020 | £14.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787751132



����������������������������� Mental Health & Counselling Challenging OCD in Young People with ASD A CBT Manual for Therapists Amita Jassi Illustrated by Lisa Jo Robinson

A manual for a flexible 20-session CBT programme specifically developed for OCD in young people with autism. People with autism are at a higher risk of developing OCD, with research showing that approximately 37% of young people with ASD also have comorbid OCD. This manual offers a step-by-step guide to an evidence-based treatment based on CBT and exposure and response prevention techniques that is specifically designed to suit the needs of young people with ASD. Designed to be used in conjunction with the complementary workbook, Challenge Your OCD!: A CBT Workbook for Young People with ASD.

Nov 2020 | £25.00 | 96pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752887

Challenge Your OCD! A CBT Workbook for Young People with ASD Amita Jassi Illustrated by Lisa Jo Robinson

A CBT workbook for young people with OCD and autism, for use in clinical settings. OCD is particularly prevalent in young people with ASD. This workbook, structured as a flexible 20-session programme, adapts CBT treatment to the specific needs of young people with OCD and ASD. The workbook uses simple illustrations and diagrams to explain ways to challenge OCD thoughts and behaviours and includes fun and engaging activities for use within sessions and at home. An essential resource for clinicians treating young people with OCD and ASD, it will encourage and engage the young person in their recovery process. This workbook is intended to be used in conjunction with the clinical manual for this title, Challenging OCD in Young People with ASD: A CBT Manual for Therapists.

Nov 2020 | £18.99 | 144pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752863

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The Anxiety Survival Guide

Getting through the Challenging Stuff Bridie Gallagher, Sue Knowles and Phoebe McEwen Illustrated by Emmeline Pidgen Sep 2019 | £12.99 | 224pp | pb | Rights sold: Simplified

The CBT Art Activity Book

100 illustrated handouts for creative therapeutic work Jennifer Guest 2015 | £22.99 | 136pp | pb | Rights sold: Simplified Chinese | ISBN-9781849056656

Chinese | ISBN-9781785926419

Survival guide for young people becoming adults, aged 18–25, with anxiety. Co-written with psychologists and a college student who has experienced anxiety herself, this is a relatable and straightforward guide to managing worry in emerging adulthood. As well as providing tried-and-tested advice and exercises that are proven to reduce feelings of anxiety, it includes recovery stories from people who have managed their symptoms successfully. It uses a range of evidence-based approaches, including CBT, DBT, Compassion Focused Approaches and Mindfulness so you can work out the techniques that are best for you. This is essential reading for any young person experiencing anxiety, worry or going through a difficult transition or stressful experience.

“The anxiety survival guide has helped me understand the decisions I make and how they affect my behaviours allowing me to take a new approach to deal with anxiety and begin living life, not just surviving through the real world situations that all of us face in adulthood.” – Anna-Louise Edwards, Expert by Experience

We’re All Mad Here

The No-Nonsense Guide to Living with Social Anxiety Claire Eastham Foreword by Natasha Devon MBE 2016 | £12.99 | 200pp | pb | Rights sold: Simplified Chinese, Spanish | ISBN-9781785920820

No-nonsense guide to surviving social anxiety from award-winning blogger, Claire Eastham. With honest insights about her own social anxiety and a healthy dose of humour, award-winning blogger Claire Eastham describes what social anxiety is, why it happens, and how you can lessen its effects with lifestyle choices, talking therapies or even a hug from your favourite canine friend!

Therapeutic worksheets based on CBT principles to aid clients exploring thoughts and feelings.

The Recovery Letters

Addressed to People Experiencing Depression James Withey and Olivia Sagan 2017 | £9.99 | 232pp | pb | Rights sold: Simplified Chinese, Welsh, German | ISBN-9781785921834

An anthology of inspirational, heartfelt letters written by people recovering from depression addressed to those who are currently affected by it. Chosen for World Book Night 2018.

The Forgiveness Project Stories for a Vengeful Age Marina Cantacuzino

Foreword by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and Alexander McCall Smith 2016 | £9.99 | 240pp | pb | Rights sold: Arabic, Korean | ISBN-9781785920004

Inspiring, moving, and challenging real life stories about forgiveness. All royalties from the sale of this book go to The Forgiveness Project charity. Exploring forgiveness as an alternative to resentment or retaliation, the storytellers give an honest, moving account of their experiences and what part forgiveness has played in their lives. Despite extreme circumstances, their stories open the door to a society without revenge.


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My Anxiety Handbook

Getting Back on Track Sue Knowles, Bridie Gallagher and Phoebe McEwen

Starving the Depression Gremlin

Illustrated by Emmeline Pidgen

A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Managing Depression for Young People Kate Collins-Donnelly

2018 | £12.99 | 192pp | pb | Rights sold: Spanish,

2019 | £14.99 | 280pp | pb | World Rights Available |

Indonesian | ISBN-9781785924408


Survival guide for teens and tweens aged 10+ with anxiety. With practical chapters on sleep, exam stress, transitions, and seeking extra help, this is a go-to guide for any tween, teen or young person living with anxiety.

A self-help tool based on CBT to help young people aged 10+ to manage feelings of low mood and sadness. Have you met the depression gremlin? He’s a troublesome creature who likes nothing more than to feed off your low mood. And the more he devours, the bigger he gets and the more sadness you feel. But never fear – starve him of depression-related thoughts, feelings and behaviours and watch him shrink and shrivel away!

Outsmarting Worry

An Older Kid’s Guide to Managing Anxiety Dawn Huebner PhD Illustrated by Kara McHale 2017 | £9.99 | 112pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (complex), Icelandic | ISBN-9781785927829

Tried and tested strategies from a best-selling author to help 9–13 year olds tackle their worries and fears. This easy to follow illustrated book presents strategies for 9–13 year olds with anxiety. It teaches them about a specific set of skills that makes it easier to face and overcome worries and fears, and normalizes their symptoms providing a set of concrete steps to overcome them. The tried and tested techniques are based on the most up-to-date psychological treatments of anxiety, including CBT and ACT.

“When children worry, their attempts to feel safe and comfortable only make worry more powerful. Helping anxious children understand and embrace this concept is no small feat. Dawn Huebner’s latest book gets the job done, unmasking worry and showing kids-with clarity and playful encouragement-how to put worry in its rightful place.” – Lynn Lyons, LICSW, coauthor of Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents and Playing with Anxiety: Casey’s Guide for Teens and Kids

Starving the Anxiety Gremlin

A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Anxiety Management for Young People Kate Collins-Donnelly 2013 | £12.99 | 168pp | pb | Rights sold: Dutch, German | ISBN-9781849053419

A unique and award-winning resource to help young people understand different types of anxiety and how to manage them. Based on cognitive behavioural principles that link thoughts, feelings and behaviours, the techniques described help young people to understand why they get anxious and how they can ‘starve’ their anxiety gremlin in order to manage their anxiety – including panic attacks, phobias, social anxiety, generalised anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder.

Starving the Anger Gremlin for Children Aged 5–9

A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Anger Management Kate Collins-Donnelly 2014 | £12.99 | 176pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781849054935

Fun CBT workbook to help children understand and manage their anger.

“A high quality programme with innovative, fun and age-appropriate materials to support young children to manage their emotions successfully. An excellent resource for every primary school!” – Andrew Truby, Headteacher at St Thomas of Canterbury School, Sheffield, UK

Health & Social Care �������������������������������������� Social Work with Autistic People Essential Knowledge, Skills and the Law for Working with Children and Adults Yo Dunn Strategies for social workers to support and empower autistic people to live fulfilling lives in their communities. This book will help social workers and practitioners to find achievable solutions to support autistic people – including those with complex needs – to live fulfilling lives in their communities. Far too many autistic people are currently in inappropriate institutional placements, putting their basic human rights at risk and experiencing a poor quality of life. Good quality support for autistic people is achievable, even in a social care system under pressure. This book will help practitioners to develop high quality community support to facilitate discharges and prevent admissions, by providing them with effective, practical strategies to communicate with and more effectively support autistic people right across the spectrum. Common assumptions and beliefs are challenged, including the idea that ‘behaviours’ are an inevitable part of autism, and practical approaches are offered to promote autonomy, respect for human rights and empathy with autistic perspectives as a basis for preventing distressed behaviour. This will enable practitioners to support and empower all autistic people to achieve a good quality of life in their communities.

Jul 2020 | £19.99 | 256pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785920790

Love, Learning Disabilities and Pockets of Brilliance How Practitioners Can Make a Difference to the Lives of Children, Families and Adults Sara Ryan Celebrating brilliance - in families living with learning disabled children and adults, and the professionals who support them. This is a book written to celebrate the humanity of people, and to share experiences of what brilliant care and support can look like for families with learning disabled or autistic children and adults. Sara Ryan steers clear of jargon and 'doublespeak' to conjure authentic experiences of families. Speaking with families and professionals, she conveys the love, laughter and joy which binds families and the harsh realities many face; of separation from loved ones, substandard care and frustration and helplessness in the face of inflexible services. From their experiences, Sara looks to capture those pockets of brilliance that families have encountered, and which outstanding practitioners have pioneered, for us all to learn from.

Sep 2020 | £18.99 | 176pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751910



������������������������������������� Health & Social Care Supporting People Bereaved through a Drug- or Alcohol-Related Death Edited by Peter Cartwright How to support adults through the grieving process of a substance-related bereavement. This pioneering book provides guidance for those helping bereaved adults through the process of grieving loved ones who died as a result of substance use. People bereaved in this manner require very specific support through these unique circumstances, and this book contains contributions from a range of leading experts in the field on how to help people bereaved in this way, with examples of good practice. It combines theory, research and practice in a straightforward and untechnical way, clearly describing the complex, severe nature of these bereavements and how to support bereaved people through this complex grieving process. The book also explains bereavement, substance use and how addictive substance use can affect a family, and provides comprehensive case studies that illustrate how to support and counsel.

Jul 2020 | £24.99 | 336pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785921919

A Practical Guide to Working with Sex Offenders Diane Wills and Andrew Wills Definitive guidance for safeguarding professionals with cases involving sex offenders. Many safeguarding practitioners do not specialise in work with sex offenders, but do find themselves working with them and need professional understanding and expertise to do so. This book provides professionals with a clear understanding of current theory and good practice. Designed as a complement to specialist assessment processes, it covers relevant theory, ranging from current research on to neurobiology and sexual deviance, through to types of offending and offender profiles. It also lays out key areas of good practice, from carrying out assessments, managing risk and making complex decisions through to current legislation and how best to safeguard families. Taking you from the fundamental principles right through to responding to complex cases, this book is essential reading for all safeguarding professionals.

Aug 2020 | £22.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785925061

Health & Social Care �������������������������������������� Best Practice in Professional Supervision, Second Edition A Guide for the Helping Professions Allyson Davys and Liz Beddoe Fully revised and updated edition of this authoritative guide to supervision in the helping professions. This second edition of Best Practice in Professional Supervision is a fully updated and revised guide to being an excellent supervisor in the social care, nursing, counselling and allied health professions. This field has developed rapidly in the past 10 years, and this new edition contains essential updates reflecting the very latest research and practice. The book covers basic skills, the practicalities of forming and maintaining the supervision relationship, and the organisational context and culture of supervision. Viewing supervision as a place for learning, the book also considers how supervision can help practitioners to develop professional resilience and promote their own wellbeing despite the stresses of complex work environments. It also includes specific chapters on supervision of clinical student placements, and in child protection settings. Full of clinical case vignettes illustrating good practice, this is an essential guide for all those undertaking supervision, or supervision training. Oct 2020 | £22.99 | 288pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781785924712

Holistic Pain Management A Guide to Research, Ethics, Creativity and Clinical Practice Edited by Peter Wemyss-Gorman An exploration of innovative approaches for the relief, management and understanding of pain. The practice of pain management has for many years been dominated by scientific biomedicine. This book sets out to recentre the concept of healing within pain medicine, exploring unconventional approaches in chapters co-authored by keynote speakers from the British Pain Society. Contributors reflect on treatment methods ranging from the deliberate use of the placebo response to importance of a caring relationship between patient and practitioner, and even the use of knitting as a therapeutic tool. This book addresses the need for management beyond the strict medicalisation of pain, offering up-to-date perspectives alongside regular opportunities for reflection, and will provide hope and inspiration to those who have become disillusioned with conventional medical approaches to pain management.


Dec 2020 | £25.99 | 240pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751873



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A Therapeutic Treasure Box for Working with Children and Adolescents with Developmental Trauma

Creative Techniques and Activities Dr. Karen Treisman

2017 | £29.99 | 424pp | pb | Rights sold: German,

Direct Work with Vulnerable Children

Playful Activities and Strategies for Communication Audrey Tait and Helen Wosu 2012 | £16.99 | 224pp | pb | Rights sold: Spanish | ISBN-9781849053198

Romanian | ISBN-9781785922633

X marks the spot! The go-to compendium for working with children and teens with relational or developmental trauma, combining the latest theory and practice with creative and expressive activities. Like a treasure chest, this resource overflows with valuable resources – information, ideas and techniques to inspire and support those working with children who have experienced relational and developmental trauma. Theory and strategies are accompanied by a treasure trove of practical, creative, and ready-to-use resources including over 100 illustrated worksheets and handouts, top tips, recommended sample questions, and photographed examples.

“When we lift the lid on a child’s trauma it can feel overwhelming and impossible to address. Dr Karen Treisman’s accessible, insightful and resource laden book will change this for ever for every practitioner, therapist, parent and carer and the precious children they support.” – Jane Evans, Childhood Trauma & Parenting Expert, author of Cyril Squirrel Finds Out About Love and How Are You Feeling Today Baby Bear?

The Child’s World, Third Edition

The Essential Guide to Assessing Vulnerable Children, Young People and their Families Edited by Jan Horwath and Dendy Platt

2018 | £26.99 | 696pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785921162

Completely updated and expanded edition of the bestselling guide to assessing vulnerable children, young people and their families. This definitive textbook provides accessible information on best practice for assessing the needs and strengths of vulnerable children and their families. It explores the challenges that practitioners face routinely - with suggestions as to how to address them - as well as the established areas for assessment, of children’s developmental needs, parenting ability and motivation, and socio-economic factors.

Packed with activities and advice on how to use playfulness to open up lines of communication with vulnerable children. The ability to build a trusting relationship is essential when working with vulnerable children. Through the use of numerous engaging games and activities developed over 20 years of working with abused and neglected children, this book shows how these lines of communication can be opened up through effective engagement with the child’s world.

Social Work, Cats and Rocket Science

Stories of Making a Difference in Social Work with Adults Elaine James, Rob Mitchell and Hannah Morgan, with Mark Harvey and Ian Burgess Foreword by Lyn Romeo and Mark Neary Sep 2019 | £18.99 | 176pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785925191

A collection of stories about the real human experience of being a social worker. By turns funny, wise and moving, this book articulates the personal and professional qualities needed to practise rightsbased social work. It reveals the potential of the profession to make a difference to the lives of individuals and to communities.

“Love, hope and the messy stuff, stories of social work with adults. The book gives examples of practice making links to social work approaches, legislation and case law, reflecting on the reality of adult social work based on the rights of the person. A valuable insight into practice for social workers and social work students.” – Karen Maude, Practice Educator of the Year 2018 the Social Worker of the Year Awards

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The Complete Guide to Therapeutic Parenting A Helpful Guide to the Theory, Research – and What it Means for Everyday Life Jane Mitchell and Sarah Naish Explains the theory behind therapeutic parenting – ideal if you are looking to develop a deeper understanding of how it works and to improve your skills. This is the go-to guide for practitioners, parents and carers who want to expand their understanding and skills for therapeutic parenting – a deeply nurturing parenting style particularly effective for children who have experienced trauma or adversity. It provides an easy to understand explanation of the latest theory and research in trauma and neuroscience, and explains how these relate to everyday parenting strategies. It provides clarity on complex areas, such as early developmental trauma in children, and insights into key challenges, including managing transitions, sibling relationships, challenging behaviour, the teenage years, and how to find time and space for self-care. With experience, professional expertise, and text features to aid learning throughout, this book is the one-stop shop for everyone wanting to truly understand every aspect of therapeutic parenting and trauma.

“I don’t know what I would do without the wisdom in these pages, the insight that Sarah Naish offers is so useful and easy to follow.” – Praise for Sarah Naish’s The A–Z of Therapeutic Parenting

Nov 2020 | £19.99 | 288pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753761

Jane Mitchell is a founding member and Director of the National Association of Therapeutic Parents. She has 15 years’ experience delivering training to families parenting children with trauma, and is an adoptive parent, as well as co-author of the hugely popular Therapeutic Parenting Essentials. Sarah Naish is author of bestselling parenting guide The A–Z of Therapeutic Parenting. She is an adoptive parent, founder of the National Association of Therapeutic Parents, director of Inspire Training Group and author of the hugely popular Therapeutic Parenting Books series.



������������������������������������ Adoption & Parenting Riley the Brave – The Little Cub with Big Feelings! Help for Cubs Who Have Had A Tough Start in Life Jessica Sinarski Illustrated by Zachary Kline

Picture book for children who have experienced trauma, to help them understand and cope with their feelings. Let your little one unlock their inner courage! Riley the Brave is the story of a little bear with big feelings! Join this supercool, cape-wearing cub as he embarks on a journey to face his fears. Riley is joined by all of his animal friends who care for him as he faces his difficult feelings. Along the way, Riley learns how sometimes, being tough or loud isn’t the bravest thing to be – sometimes it’s asking for help, or being brave enough to let someone into your heart. Written for any child who is looking to unlock their inner courage, and particularly those healing from difficult life experiences or trauma, this book creates a safe space for conversations about complex thoughts and feelings. It also features an educational afterword for grown-ups which explains how the book helps children, and how to get the most out of it. Oct 2020 | £12.99 | 48pp | hb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787755161

The Simple Guide to Complex Trauma and Dissociation What It Is and How to Help Betsy de Thierry Illustrated by Emma Reeves Foreword by Graham Music

A simple guide looking to help adults understand complex trauma and dissociation in children. How does complex trauma differ from trauma? What is dissociation? How does it affect children? How can you help? These questions and more are answered in this guide to understanding the nature of complex trauma and dissociation, making these seemingly complicated topics accessible to all. Written as a complement to The Simple Guide to Child Trauma, this book aims to inform, clarify and deepen the understanding of complex trauma and resulting dissociation. It also provides practical advice for those caring for or working with these children.

Oct 2020 | £9.99 | 128pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753143

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The A–Z of Therapeutic Parenting Strategies and Solutions Sarah Naish 2018 | £16.99 | 344pp | pb | Rights sold: Romanian, Spanish | ISBN-9781785923760

The complete guide to therapeutic parenting, with an A–Z of applied advice for 60 common issues. Therapeutic parenting is a deeply nurturing parenting style, and is especially effective for children with attachment difficulties, or who experienced childhood trauma. This book provides everything you need to know in order to be able to effectively therapeutically parent. The A–Z covers 60 common problems parents face, from acting aggressively to difficulties with sleep, with advice on what might trigger these issues, and how to respond. Easy to navigate and written in a straightforward style, this book is a ‘must have’ for all therapeutic parents.

“An absolute must have book that every therapeutic parent should own. No more searching the internet for hours on end looking for strategies and solutions to my children’s behaviours. They are all here in this book.” – Emma Edwards, Adoptive parent

Therapeutic Parenting Essentials Moving from Trauma to Trust Sarah Naish, Sarah Dillon and Jane Mitchell Oct 2019 | £16.99 | 320pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787750319

Learn from one family’s experiences of therapeutic parenting – the hard way! This is an original take on the experience of what it’s really like to use therapeutic parenting while raising children who have experienced trauma, telling the story of a family who have really been there, from both a parent and child perspective. Helpful tips, and things to remember about how trauma can affect families, are provided throughout.

The Quick Guide to Therapeutic Parenting Sarah Naish and Sarah Dillon Illustrated by Kath Grimshaw Jun 2020 | £13.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753570

An easy-to-read visual guide to therapeutic parenting principles and strategies, using informative cartoons and graphics. The ideal starting point for understanding therapeutic parenting. This fully illustrated guide uses straightforward language and cartoon strips to explain this parenting style, covering over 40 different common issues. The perfect resource for parents, teachers and other adults, whether completely new to therapeutic parenting, or more experienced.



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The Simple Guide to Attachment Difficulties in Children What They Are and How to Help Betsy de Thierry Illustrated by Emma Reeves Foreword by Carrie Grant

No Matter What

An Adoptive Family’s Story of Hope, Love and Healing Sally Donovan 2013 | £9.99 | 352pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781849054317

Jul 2019 | £8.99 | 120pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785926396

A simple guide to what adults need to know to help children affected by attachment difficulties. The perfect introduction for any adult parenting or caring for a child who has experienced attachment difficulties. It explains what we know about them and how they impact on children, as well as offering advice and tips.

The Simple Guide to Child Trauma

With over a hundred five star customer reviews, find out why this adoption memoir is winning hearts and minds. No Matter What is the uplifting true story of an ordinary couple’s journey from a diagnosis of infertility to their decision to adopt two children who suffered abuse in their early life. By turns heart-rending, inspiring and hilarious, Sally and Rob’s story offers a rare insight into the world of adoptive parents.

Parenting with Theraplay®

What It Is and How to Help Betsy de Thierry Illustrated by Emma Reeves Foreword by David Shemmings 2016 | £8.99 | 80pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (Complex) | ISBN-9781785921360

Understanding Attachment and How to Nurture a Closer Relationship with Your Child Vivien Norris and Helen Rodwell Illustrated by Miranda Smith Foreword by Phyllis Booth and Dafna Lender 2017 | £13.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available |

A simple guide to the essential knowledge adults need to support children affected by trauma. The perfect introduction to child trauma for any adult caring for or working with a child who has experienced trauma. It explains what trauma is, how it affects children and what adults can do to facilitate recovery.

“This book is easy to read using plain, clear language – free of jargon. It has really helpful suggestions that could be used in both professional and home settings.” – Liz Hall, Parent and Police Child Protection Investigator and Trainer


An introduction to Theraplay®, an attachment-focused approach to strengthening the parent-child relationship. Theraplay® is an attachment-focused model that allows parents to build confidence in their abilities and strengthen their relationship with their child. This book provides an overview of Theraplay based ideas that can be used directly by parents. Illustrative case examples detail these ideas in action.

Dementia �������������������������������������������������� Dementia-Friendly Communities Why We Need Them and How We Can Create Them Dr Susan H. McFadden, PhD Sep 2020 | £24.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785928161

How dementia friendly communities help people with dementia to thrive, shown through successful examples of this person-centred ethos. This compassionate book tells another story about dementia, away from negative stereotypes. A story in which people can retain a sense of dignity, and hold onto hope, where opportunities exist for sustaining meaningful relationships and living with a sense of purpose. It presents many community initiatives from across the globe, such as dementia friends, dementia capable communities, memory cafes, arts on prescription and timeslips.

Dementia, Law and Ethics A Practical Guide for Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals Julian C. Hughes, Aileen Beatty and Charlotte Emmett Oct 2020 | £18.99 | 192pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785925108

How practitioners can deal with ethical and legal issues which arise in dementia contexts. Clinical dilemmas in dementia contexts are often not because the clinical facts are in doubt, but because the ethical and legal underpinnings are uncertain - which can cause worry and confusion. This practical book will help nurses, healthcare assistants and other practitioners to think through their responses clearly in the midst of these difficult situations. The chapters all stand alone, allowing the reader to dip quickly in and out of the book as required. They address complex issues such as abuse, behaviour that challenges, forced care, treatment withdrawal, and contain clinical case vignettes throughout. This is essential reading to give practitioners the confidence that good legal and ethical decisions can be made in the same way as good clinical decisions.

The Family Experience of Dementia A Workbook for Professionals Gary Morris and Jack Morris


Gary Morris and Jack Morris


Nov 2020 | £19.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785925740

How practitioners can support the family and friends of people Foreword by Kate Swaffer with dementia through the diagnostic process. This book introduces the Lawrence family, where Peter has been diagnosed with dementia, and provides perspectives from each family member, allowing practitioners to become acquainted with the lived experience of everyone involved. The reflective questions allow readers to become actively engaged to maximise their knowledge and understanding, and to better contextualize what the dementia experience feels like for family and friends.

The Essential Guide to Behavioural Changes in Dementia Understanding Anxiety, Depression, Delirium, Hallucinations, and Agitation for People with Dementia and Carers James Warner and Priyanka Pradhan Aug 2021 | £12.99 | 144pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785928550

How to recognise common behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia, and what you can do about them. Did you know that hallucinations, anxiety and personality changes can be symptoms of dementia? This introductory guide explains the most common, but often misunderstood, behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia, with reassuring advice for people with dementia and their families. With straightforward language and real-life case studies, this guide shows the challenges that people with dementia can face, and what family members, carers and people with dementia themselves can do to tackle them. Covering common issues such as anxiety, depression, hallucinations and mood changes, and their causes, impacts and potential treatment options, this is the ideal starting point to understanding this lesser-known side of dementia.


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Poetry in Expressive Arts Supporting Resilience through Poetic Writing Margo Fuchs Knill and Sally S. Atkins Foreword by Shaun McNiff Aug 2020 | £24.99 | 144pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785926532

How to use poetry to build resilience, within the context of expressive arts theory and practice. Poetry is increasingly used in therapy, and it already occupies a central place in expressive arts therapies. This book is the first to explicitly combine theory and practice from the field of expressive arts with poetry and poetics. The book offers both a guide and poetic encouragement for using poetry in expressive arts work. Within this arts context, poetry is offered as a way to create hope and confidence, providing clients with a platform for healing, reconciliation, problem solving, and personal and professional development. Each chapter uses examples of poetry to illustrate the ideas of the chapter.

Art Therapy in the Treatment of Addiction and Trauma Edited by Patricia Quinn Oct 2020 | £24.99 | 288pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785927867

Everything practitioners need to know about how art therapy can assist with recovery from addiction. This book examines the benefits and uses of art therapy in the treatment of addiction and trauma, highlighting its effectiveness at revealing underlying causes and relapse triggers, as well as treating co-occurring conditions. It also focuses on art therapy for trauma within specific populations, including prisoners and military veterans and the victims of commercial sexual exploitation. Quinn discusses how art therapy is often carried out alongside combined approaches, such as CBT and DBT. Furthermore, this book explores the benefits art therapy has for people with co-morbid conditions, such as dementia, advanced brain injuries (ABIs) and mental illness. With co-authored chapters from leading researchers in art therapy, the book demonstrates how art therapy can help to uncover triggers, process trauma and find a means of selfexpression whilst working towards a sustained recovery.

The Expressive Arts Activity Book, 2nd Edition A Resource for Professionals Suzanne Darley & Wende Heath Foreword by Dr. Robert M. Sapolsky Oct 2020 | £22.99 | 224pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787754331

Accessible, flexible activities to help people in a range of care settings explore their knowledge of themselves and to make sense of their experiences. This resource comprises a collection of accessible, flexible, tried-and-tested activities for use with people in a range of care settings, to help them explore their knowledge of themselves and to make sense of their experiences. Among the issues addressed by the activities are exploring physical changes, emotional trauma, interpersonal problems and spiritual dilemmas. Featuring individual and group activities of varying difficulty, including card making, painting to music, meditation, and body mapping, it also includes real-life anecdotes that bring the techniques to life.

Self-Expression through Art and Drumming A Practitioner’s Guide to Using Art Therapy in Drum Circles Jen Mank Dec 2020 | £19.99 | 160pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785927157

The first guide to the theory and practice of drumming for therapy and incorporating art therapy into drum circles. This concise guide explains the theory behind drumming for therapy, as well as giving practical advice on facilitating and leading drum circles. The book explains why drumming is therapeutic, offers hands-on guidance for using drums in group therapy and details specific techniques to lead to increased engagement. Incorporating art therapy into drum circles, it provides stepby-step instructions on making and painting a multi-tonal drum from scratch. Emphasis is also placed on how to create a therapeutic or safe place while conducting a drum circle and making art.

Arts Therapies �������������������������������������������� Art Therapy with Transgender and Gender-Expansive Children and Teenagers Kelly Darke and Shannon Scott-Miller


Music Therapy in a Multicultural Context A Handbook for Music Therapy Students and Professionals Edited by Melita Belgrave and Seung-A Kim Jul 2020 | £40.00 | 192pp | pb | World

Nov 2020 | £22.99 | 176pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785928086

A practical guide to art therapy with transgender and gender expansive youth and their families. The first guide to provide effective art therapy interventions for use with transgender and gender-expansive children and teenagers. It provides a base for family therapy, and helps young people express emotions surrounding gender identity and develop self-care. Includes cutting-edge art therapy interventions and case studies.

Theraplay® – Theory, Applications and Implementation Edited by Sandra Lindaman and Rana Hong Foreword by Phyllis Booth Nov 2020 | £35.00 | 304pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787750708

How to deepen your knowledge as a Theraplay practitioner and apply it to specific areas of practice. Officially supported and endorsed by the Theraplay Institute, this handbook provides concrete assistance from international experts on deepening Theraplay knowledge and skills in much-needed and requested areas of practice. The chapters cover Theraplay with infants, toddlers, school aged children and adolescents. Home, school, and out-patient mental health settings are all covered in detail, as well as dyadic and group forms of Theraplay. Client issues include interpersonal violence, LGBTQ families, anxiety, child sexual abuse, transitioning from foster care to adoption, and deaf and hard of hearing. Additionally, extensive information is provided about working with caregivers.

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How professionals can enhance their music therapy practice through sensitivity toward diversity and multiculturalism. Music therapy professionals work with diverse population groups, and this book provides therapists, and those in training, with the tools to integrate understanding of different cultural and social identities into their practice. Topics addressed include heritage, age, location, identity and health beliefs, and how to understand the dynamics of the variety of different cultures which music therapists will encounter in the course of their practice. Each chapter is written by an expert on a topic of personal interest in music therapy, explored through a multicultural lens. The chapters include anecdotes, case studies, and practical activities to try, while encouraging the reader to reflect on their own identity as a music therapist.

Symbolic Play and Creative Arts in Music Therapy with Children and Families Jacqueline Z. Robarts Foreword by Colwyn Trevarthen Nov 2020 | £25.00 | 336pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787751545

Comprehensive book exploring the central topic of play in music therapy. With verbal children and families increasingly referred to music therapy, this edited book explores the topic of play in music therapy and sets itself apart by focusing on child-led play and symbolic play. The book presents a wide range of experienced music therapists’ creativity and professional skills in integrating music and expressive arts modalities, from musical, developmental, attachment, and psychodynamic perspectives. Examining the question of how all the expressive arts are intrinsic to music or ‘mousike’, the chapters explore various styles, clinical and theoretical approaches, providing a deeper understanding of play and symbolic play processes and the different ways they arise and are worked with in music therapy.


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18 Wellbeing Hacks for Students Uncovering Psychology’s Secrets Aidan Harvey-Craig Shows how psychology can improve your day-to-day life, with advice on how to put these insights into practice. Why is it almost impossible to do nothing? How can a stream lower your stress levels? How can the desk in front of your reveal a whole new perspective on your life? Through 18 short chapters, Aidan Harvey-Craig offers unexpected insights to help hack your wellbeing. Based on the latest psychology research, each hack takes you on an unexpected journey to see your world in a new way and offers surprising and simple ways to influence and improve your wellbeing. Organised into three sections – ‘Notice’, ‘Energise’ and ‘Connect’ – each hack takes a close look at issues that affect us all, including our sleep, procrastination, relationships, stress and our dependence on smart phones. Intertwining the latest insights in psychology from cognitive behavioural therapy to the psychology of attraction with practical and easy to use advice, this book offers new ways to empower yourself and tackle the challenges growing up and studying in the 21st century throws at us all.

Wellbeing Hack 1: Name your emotions How do you stop yourself from acting on those heart-stopping surges of basorexia? And when was the last time you felt awumbuk…I mean really felt it deep down in your soul? So, I’m assuming you didn’t know that basorexia is feeling a sudden urge to kiss someone, and awumbuk is feeling empty after guests have left your home. But just because you hadn’t heard of them, does that mean you’ve never felt them? How about something simpler, like sadness? If you had never heard of the word sad, could you still feel sad? And, if you could, how would you know that you were feeling sad? It wasn’t until you were about two years old that two parts of your brain – the dorsolateral cortex and anterior cingulate – started to mature, and these are the drivers of verbal fluency. Only at this point did you begin to use words as symbols to represent your feelings. And this is huge. Gradually you were able to direct your attention towards how you were feeling. You could think about your emotions rather than simply experiencing them. – Extract from the book

Aug 2020 | £14.99 | 240pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752801

Aidan Harvey-Craig has spent the past 15 years working with teenagers and young adults in schools across England and Africa as a psychology teacher, a lecturer in the psychology of education, a leader of student wellbeing and a school counsellor.

Education & Student Wellbeing ��������������������������� How to Stop Homophobic and Biphobic Bullying A Practical Whole-School Approach Jonathan Charlesworth Aug 2020 | £19.99 | 192pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753068

A practical guide to challenging homophobic and biphobic bullying and making your school a safer space for lesbian, gay and bisexual pupils. This vital teachers’ guide to challenging homophobic and biphobic bullying offers unique insights to address the issue at its core. With a renewed focus on a whole school approach, it builds capacity in those who work with young people and inspires an inclusive approach in every setting. Laying out clear advice on how to recognise, stop and prevent homophobic and biphobic bullying, readers are given strategies to work with its perpetrators, bystanders and targets. It also explores why young people are too often reluctant to report these forms of bullying; the increasing role of the online environment and the profound impacts bullying can have well into adulthood.

Talking Consent 16 Workshops on Relationship and Sexual Education for Schools and Other Youth Settings Pete Wallis and Thalia Wallis Illustrated by Joseph Wilkins Sep 2020 | £22.99 | 224pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787750814

Activities and workshops to facilitate discussion with young people around consent, sex and related topics. This book provides teachers and parents with the ‘need-to-knows’ to facilitate discussion with groups of young people about consent, pornography, sexting and many other related topics. Full of lesson plans, workshops and creative ideas for introducing and promoting constructive conversations around these areas, it is inclusive of everybody, including the LGBTq+ community and people with disabilities.

Challenging Perfectionism An Integrative Approach for Supporting Young People Using ACT, CBT and DBT Dawn Starley Aug 2020 | £17.99 | 256pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753938

A practical book to support children and teenagers with perfectionism written by an educational psychologist. Perfectionism is frequently seen as a positive trait but it can have a stifling effect on young people’s education and growth and can negatively impact any student regardless of their level of ability. This guide offers professionals working with teenagers the latest research into perfectionism alongside tried-and-tested strategies to alleviate the anxiety associated with it. The first section addresses the theory and context behind perfectionism, including definitions, prevalence, links to other conditions and causal factors. The second section offers easy-to-use activities based on CBT, ACT and DBT to help young people and the professionals working with them to address the tendencies which negatively impact students’ lives and academic progress.



�������������������������� Education & Student Wellbeing Supporting Staff Mental Health in Your School Amy Sayer Nov 2020 | £14.99 | 160pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787754638

A practical guide to supporting staff mental health within a school environment. Drawing on case studies from years of experience working within schools and supporting staff mental health, Amy Sayer introduces the main issues affecting teaching staff and the strategies that can be implemented to change the conversation and ensure that mental wellbeing is placed at the forefront. This is an accessible, easy-to-read guide to setting up a culture in which staff may talk openly about the issues affecting them, prioritise self-care and re-discover their love of teaching.

Building a Trauma-Informed Restorative School Skills and Approaches for Improving Culture and Behavior Joe Brummer with Margaret Thorsborne Dec 2020 | £22.99 | 224pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787752672

How to implement restorative practices in schools in a way that is also trauma-informed. The first part of the book addresses the theory and philosophy of restorative approaches, and of trauma-informed and trauma-sensitive schools. The second part outlines the five restorative skills (mindfulness, honest expression, empathy, the art of asking questions and the art of requests), what they look like in practice (including using circles, peer mediation, respect agreements and restorative dialogue), and how to implement them.

Tish Feilden

Planting Seeds of Change for Vulnerable Teens Lessons from a Therapeutic Farm Helping to Transform Lives

Planting the Seeds of Change for Vulnerable Teens Lessons from a Therapeutic Farm Transforming Lives Tish Feilden Oct 2020 | £14.99 | 176pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781787755369

Inspiring stories of transformation which offers guidance for readers working with vulnerable teens. Tish Feilden is a therapist and founder of Jamie's Farm - a network of therapeutic farms which have been successful in transforming the lives of many disadvantaged children. She outlines the approaches which have proven so effective at Jamie's Farm in helping children to thrive academically, socially and emotionally, and how readers can put these to use in their own setting.

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Ask First, Monkey A Playful Introduction to Consent and Boundaries Juliet Clare Bell Illustrated by Abigail Tompkins

Light-hearted picture book to help children aged 3–6 understand consent. Meet Monkey. Tickletastic Monkey. He’s the best tickler in the world, ever; even his mum says so. And there’s nothing he loves more than tickling all his friends at playtime! But what happens if some of his friends don’t want to be tickled? This picture book shows children aged 3–6 what consent is and why it’s so important. With parent and teacher guidance included, it is an ideal resource to use in the classroom to help young children understand issues of consent and personal boundaries, and to teach them to consider the feelings of others. The book can be used in a variety of contexts – as an entertaining story, or as a tool with a free, downloadable lesson plan – and its fun pictures and humour are guaranteed to keep the attention of young children across multiple readings. An ideal tool to encourage early understanding of consent, Ask First, Monkey helps to empower children to respect themselves and others, and teaches them that a reason for ‘no’ is never needed – it just needs to be respected.

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Jul 2020 | £12.99 | 40pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787754102

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����������������������������������������������� Early Years The Amazing A–Z of Resilience 26 Curious Stories and Activities to Lift Yourself Up David Gumbrell A bold illustrated A–Z book of fun activities which spark conversations about mental health, wellbeing and resilience with children aged 8 to 12. P is for Pirates, Q is for Questions and R is for Resilience. We all know pirates were always hunting for treasure. Follow this A–Z to question the world around you and you will find your way to the treasure within – your resilience! This alphabet of objects presents 26 familiar objects as conversation starters to develop resilience. Each object introduces a wellbeing theme to open up discussions about mental health between teachers, parents/carers and children. There is an activity for each letter to help children aged 8–12 develop life skills to become more resilient.

Sep 2020 | £12.99 | 64pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753662

Promoting Inclusion and Diversity in Early Years Settings A Professional Guide to Ethnicity, Religion, Culture and Language Chandrika Devarakonda An accessible guide for early-years practitioners to support children and families from diverse backgrounds. A practical guide for individuals or groups working in early years settings looking to promote the interests of young children from diverse backgrounds. This book provides insights, case studies and resources to enable practitioners to identify and understand children's individual needs and the steps that can be taken to support and extend their learning. Examining the impact of unconscious bias, blind spots and institutionalised discrimination that set some children at a disadvantage, this book raises awareness and provides strategies for professionals to proactively support those affected. The model proposed can inform training, discussions and workshops to enable professionals to help children from diverse backgrounds to develop to the best of their potential.

Sep 2020 | £16.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785924231

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The Incredible Teenage Brain Everything You Need to Know to Unlock Your Teen’s Potential Bettina Hohnen, Jane Gilmour and Tara Murphy Illustrated by Douglas Broadley Foreword by Sarah Jayne Blakemore

An accessible, positive and cutting edge resource for parents and anyone working with teenagers, explaining the incredible teen brain and how to support both academic and life learning during adolescence. This book is a must read for anyone parenting, teaching or supporting teens, who wants to empower them to reach their potential. Written by a team of clinical psychologists, it leads you through tried and tested strategies to build strong relationships and improve communication with young people as they develop, learn and grow. In the book we learn that the ‘teenage brain’ is unique which gives us an incredible opportunity for change and development, but it is also a time when young people are particularly sensitive and potentially vulnerable . It guides you through ways to communicate effectively with teens without negatively affecting their self-esteem. There are plenty of tips about what to say, what not say and the best mindset to use with teens, day to day. The authors draw from the latest research in neuroscience and psychology, years of clinical expertise and first-hand parenting experience. It’s relatable, like your best friend’s advice, and informed by scientific evidence – easy to read, hard to put down.

“This book reflects a new revolution in our understanding of how relationships can affect brain structure, and gives sensible advice on how to optimise children and young people’s development so they are set up with healthy brains for the rest of their lives.” – Stephen Scott CBE FRCPsych FMedSci Professor of Child Health and Behaviour, Kings’s College London

“A fresh and heartening take on how to see and work with teen potential, it gives a positive, practical steer on the grittiest of problems, along with great, direct solutions that actually work. If you wished that modern teens came with a manual, honestly, you need look no further.” – Samantha Murray Greenway (parent of two teenagers)

Oct 2019 | £15.99 | 360pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (complex), Chinese (simplified) | ISBN-9781785925573

Bettina, Jane and Tara are clinical psychologists who have a specialist interest in neuropsychology and all based at or have worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London. All have academic backgrounds and over 20 years' experience working with children, young people and families, and delivering training to parents and professionals.


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Implementing Restorative Practices in Schools A Practical Guide to Transforming School Communities Margaret Thorsborne and Peta Blood Foreword by Graham Robb 2013 | £25.00 | 232pp | pb | Rights sold: Korean | ISBN-9781849053778

Explains what has to happen in a school in order for the approach to discipline to become truly restorative. A guide which explains the value of restorative approaches in schools and its potential to transform behaviour and educational achievements. It also details how to achieve the cultural and organisational changes needed in order to ensure that restorative practice ‘sticks’, featuring sample pro formas and charts.

The Healthy Coping Colouring Book and Journal Creative Activities to Help Manage Stress, Anxiety and Other Big Feelings Pooky Knightsmith Illustrated by Emily Hamilton 2016 | £9.99 | 208pp | pb | Rights sold: German, Turkish | ISBN-9781785921391

Learn how to manage difficult feelings with this creative journal for ages 8–14. Full of creative activities, this journal and colouring book aims to help young people aged 8–14 manage difficult thoughts, feelings and emotions such as anger and anxiety. It includes space to write and draw, colouring pages, inspirational quotes and poems, and provides a host of healthy coping strategies.

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Workout for Teens Skills and Exercises from ACT and CBT for Healthy Thinking Paula Nagel Illustrated by Gary Bainbridge Mar 2019 | £12.99 | 160pp | pb | World Rights Available | ISBN-9781785923944

Self-help book for teenagers and young people to promote healthy thinking habits and mental health ‘fitness’. Includes tried and tested therapeutic techniques, simple strategies and healthy thinking habits teenagers can use to boost their mental health fitness and emotional wellbeing.

Religious Studies & Chaplaincy ��������������������������� Multifaith Spaces History, Development, Design and Practice Terry Biddington Jul 2020 | £30.00 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785924781

A comprehensive study on the theological, social and practical aspects of multifaith spaces in buildings and communities. This book explores the history, development, design and practicalities of multifaith spaces from the early shared religious buildings that had to cater for two or more faiths, to the shared multifaith spaces of modern secular locations such as universities, airports and hospitals. Terry Biddington looks at the architectural, theological, social, legal and practical complexities that arise from the development and use of such spaces. The book also draws together research to enable further development of multifaith spaces.

Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy Perceptive, Intentional, and Effective Caring Brent Peery Sep 2020 | £18.99 | 128pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785926822

A practical introduction to Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy, providing a framework for chaplains to deliver the best possible care within the healthcare system. Brent Peery draws on more than fifteen years of experience within the field of Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy, exploring its evolution and history within the complex culture of healthcare, and how its underlying principles of assessments, interventions, outcomes and documentation are most effectively put into practice. This practical guide will benefit chaplains interested in the approach of OOC, and identify a framework for providing the best spiritual care for those facing life’s most difficult moments.

Towards a Theology of Same-Sex Marriage Squaring the Circle Clare Herbert Foreword by Samuel Wells Jul 2020 | £19.99 | 176pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781785925702

An accessible theological exploration of the debate surrounding same-sex marriage within the Christian faith. Explores the concept of same-sex marriage in relation to the heteronormative definition of marriage, and its effect on past understandings of the sacrament. Interweaving stories from Christians struggling to reconcile their faith with their sexuality alongside wider queer theology and the theology of marriage, Herbert explores the unique understanding of God provided by the experience of committed same-sex love, and lays the groundwork for redefining the traditional definition of marriage.



������������������������������������������� Singing Dragon Using Nutrigenomics within Personalized Nutrition A Practitioner’s Guide Anne Pemberton, Series Editor Lorraine Nicolle Foreword by Lorraine Nicolle

How to use nutrigenomics in nutritional therapy and other clinical practice. This is the comprehensive guide to utilising nutrigenomics in clinical practice. A cutting-edge field, nutrigenomics examines the effects of foods on gene expression. From a comprehensive patient history and appropriate testing, practitioners can work with the patient to correct underlying biochemical imbalances that may predispose to a disease, using nutrigenomics as a guidance tool. The book covers everything a practitioner needs to know, from the difference between nutrigenomics and epigenetics to what to consider when incorporating nutrigenomics with functional medicine. The book is highly practical, guiding the reader through the realities of using genetic testing in clinical practice.

Dec 2020 | £25.00 | 224pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781848194137

Anne Pemberton currently runs nutritional therapy training courses through her company Genesnippers, and has an international clinic specialising in ASD and CFS, often using nutrigenomics as a clinical tool. She was previously head of the nutrition programme at the Northern College of Acupuncture.

Clouds over Qingcheng Mountain A Practice Guide to Daoist Health Cultivation Wang Yun The follow-up to Yun’s Climbing the Steps to Qingcheng Mountain, with a practice-focused exploration of the Daoist master’s approach to Daoyin and health cultivation. This book by Daoist master Wang Yun infuses the mind with the concepts of the Daoist path of health and immortality, as well as providing practical exercises for nourishing the eight meridians and cultivating health. Yun places special focus on relaxation and the breath through the practice of posting, a foundational yet all-encompassing exercise to deepen both themes. The famed ‘Tendon Transformation Classic’ of Bodhidharma and arange of complementary exercises to posting are also included. Cultivating qi and strengthening muscles, tendons and skeletal structure, ‘book title’ is an invaluable manual to Daoyin for all those interested in Daoist philosophy, arts and healing practices.

Sep 2020 | £19.99 | 256pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787755208

Singing Dragon ������������������������������������������� Xiantian Bagua Zhang Gao Style Bagua Zhang – Circle Form C S Tang Aug 2020 | £40.00 | 448pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781848193598

An expert master of martial arts skilfully explains the practice of Bagua Zhang. With clear instruction and expert guidance, this fully illustrated guide to Bagua Zhang teaches all you need to know about this subtle, powerful martial art. Tying into higher spiritual practices of Daoism, this guide not only covers the practical applications of Bagua Zhang, but explores the reasons why it calms the mind, coordinates the body, and develops health.

The Practitioner’s Encyclopedia of Flower Remedies The Definitive Guide to All Flower Essences, their Making and Uses Clare G. Harvey Foreword by Richard Gerber Jul 2020 | £40.00 | 552pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787756373

The most comprehensive encyclopedia of flower remedies ever written. The properties of 33 families of flower essences and the benefits of over 2,000 remedies, combinations, mists and creams are described. An easy-to-use ailment chart pinpoints remedies for a wide range of physical and psychological conditions, from stress to hormonal imbalance and from allergy to depression. The author provides instructions for prescribing, preparing and using flower remedies alongside illustrative patient case studies.

Working with Death and Loss in Shiatsu Practice A Guide to Holistic Bodywork in Palliative Care Tamsin Grainger Foreword by Richard Reoch Aug 2020 | £26.99 | 352pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752696

Advice for Shiatsu practitioners on working with grieving, frail or dying clients. Grainger examines the different ways that practitioners might encounter death and loss - including working in end-of-life care, with those facing terminal illness, affected by bereavement, suicide or miscarriage - in the context of different ages, religious and cultural backgrounds, and offers a model for teaching.



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Shamanism in Chinese Medicine

Fukushin and Kampo

Applying Ancient Wisdom to Health and Healing CT Holman, M.S., L.Ac.

Abdominal Diagnosis in Traditional Japanese and Chinese Medicine Nigel Dawes

Foreword by Master Zhongxian Wu Jul 2020 | £35.00 | 368pp | hb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787751378

Foreword by Dr. Kenji Watanabe Aug 2020 | £29.99 | 336pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781848193673

Incorporating Chinese shamanism into the modern medical clinic with diagnostic methods and healing techniques. CT Holman, a medically trained and licensed clinician of over 20 years, clearly explains how Chinese shamanism can be seamlessly woven into modern lifestyle and contemporary medical practices. He explores effective methods to address physical pathologies and emotional imbalances by applying shamanic-influenced techniques including visualizations, verbal healing and shamanic drumming, among others for self-care and medical treatment. The primary resource for the material presented originates from the author’s intensive decade-long study under shamanic teacher, Master Zhongxian Wu.

Endometriosis and PCOS for Integrative Health Practitioners Dealing with Pain, Cysts and Abnormal Menstruation Dr Sadhna Singh and Dr Coleen Smith Mar 2021 | £30.00 | 288pp | pb | World

Covers the significance of the abdomen in East Asian medicine with emphasis on examination, diagnosis and palpation. From an internationally known expert in the teaching and practice of Fukushin, this is a unique book defining the therapeutic and diagnostic significance of the abdomen in East Asian medicine. Nigel Dawes provides a comprehensive description of the practical application of abdominal palpation in clinical settings, as well as offering hands-on descriptions of the precise methodology of the abdominal exam with supporting visual aids. Focusing on specific clinical application in the field of Kampo (Sino-Japanese Herbal Medicine), it allows for the subtleties of the Fukushin method to be disseminated in order to complement Traditional Chinese Medicine training. Highly visual and practical, Fukushin is the perfect guide for both Japanese and Chinese medicine students and practitioners looking to develop their toolbox of skills in abdominal palpation.

Kigo Exploring the Spiritual Essence of Acupuncture Points Through the Changing Seasons Lorie Dechar Sep 2020 | £26.99 | 288pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787752566

rights available | ISBN-9781848193680

A descriptive plan of care for practitioners who treat, see and manage women suffering with endometriosis and PCOS. A comprehensive colour guide for practitioners working in women’s health, offering a holistic plan of care for treating and managing patients with endometriosis and PCOS using acupuncture and TCM alongside Western medicine. Authored by two expert ABORM-certified Doctors of Oriental Medicine, and illustrated with rich case studies throughout.

Clinical guide to working with the spirit of acupuncture points in practice. A clinical guide to working with the spirit of points for acupuncturists, bodyworkers and other practitioners who use acupuncture points as part of their clinical work with patients. Drawing on Taoist and Chinese texts, as well as influences from psychology and psychotherapy, it outlines the importance of understanding the points’ seasonal energy.

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Treating Psoriasis with Chinese Herbal Medicine (Revised Edition)

Cosmetic Acupuncture, Second Edition

A Practical Handbook Sabine Schmitz Foreword by Steve Clavey

A Traditional Chinese Medicine Approach to Cosmetic and Dermatological Problems Radha Thambirajah

Jul 2020 | £35.00 | 216pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753495

Jul 2020 | £40.00 | 244pp | pb | Rights sold: Turkish | ISBN-9781848192676

A practical guide to understanding and treating psoriasis from a Chinese medicine viewpoint. Using a modern and practical approach, this book looks at the root cause of psoriasis from a Chinese medicine perspective. It examines in depth the most common Chinese medicine syndromes and formulas that have proved to be effective, discusses the role of the environment and emotional health and covers both internal and external applications. Containing numerous colour photographs of skin and tongue conditions, and many case studies, this practical guide shows the practitioner how to start treating their patients and provide relief. It also presents the latest research on Chinese herbs used to treat psoriasis and includes information on the creation of creams, ointments and tinctures.

A practical guide to the diagnosis and treatment of cosmetic and dermatological problems according to traditional Chinese Medicine. Thambirajah explains the energetic imbalances which cause skin diseases and the problems of early ageing, and describes how they can be treated successfully. Skin problems occur because the Blood, Qi, yin and yang of the body are not in balance and the book discusses how these can be balanced by acupuncture therapy. The therapy for a cosmetic problem has three steps: 1) to balance the body energies that cause the problem, 2) to treat the problem locally, 3) changing the diet and lifestyle of the patients with these problems. Concepts are accompanied with useful illustrations throughout, demonstrating the methods described. This second edition also contains new material on needling and massage techniques.

“This fabulous book is the most comprehensive description of psoriasis treatment with Chinese medicine that I have ever seen. If you have patients with psoriasis, I strongly recommend that you buy this book.” – Steve Clavey, Chinese medicine practitioner in Melbourne, Author, Translator and Editor of The Lantern

“If you want to treat your patients with cosmetic acupuncture this book is a must read. It’s the one book which explains precisely how you should carry out treatment, what to expect and why you treat this way and not another.” – Prof Dr Albrecht Molsberger, German Acupuncture Research Group, University of Chapel Hill USA, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany


������������������������������������������� Singing Dragon Yoga Games to Teach in Schools 52 Activities to Develop Self-Esteem, Self-Control and Social Skills Michael Chissick Illustrated by Sarah Peacock Aug 2020 | £14.99 | 112pp | pb | Rights sold: Spanish, French | ISBN-9781787756236

52 fun, inspiring and vibrant yoga games for children and how to teach them. The best way to teach yoga to children is with games. With 52 vibrant, easy-to-follow yoga games requiring no previous yoga experience, this book will enable you to help children become better listeners, take responsibility, gain self-control, improve behaviour, become assertive and improve self-esteem and confidence. Originally published in 2016 as Sitting on a Chicken.

“I would highly recommend this to my friends with children, and to other teachers who would like a resource book with so much for children of all ages to try, and enjoy!” – Andrea Kwiatkowski, yoga teacher at Santosha Yoga

Holding Space The Creative Performance and Voice Workbook for Yoga Teachers Sarah Scharf Aug 2020 | £19.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781848194052

Essential introductory guidebook for yoga teachers, outlining theatre principles of voice work and performance skills. Helping yoga teachers improve their vocal skills, this expert guide introduces theatre, improvisational and performance techniques to build confidence in teachers’ approaches to students. Offering advice on boundaries, self-care, and common teaching mishaps, the practical advice is also supported by personal stories from other teachers.

Yoga Therapy for Stress, Burnout and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome A Practical Guide Fiona Agombar Nov 2020 | £25.00 | 384pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781848192775

Practical guide on how to treat stress, exhaustion and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome using yoga therapy. Detailed and practical manual for yoga therapists and yoga teachers advising them on how to help alleviate exhaustion and stress. The book looks at how modern day living exacerbates stress and its manifestations, how yoga sees these situations, the solutions that yoga can provide and different yoga practices.

Singing Dragon ������������������������������������������� Yoga for Sports Performance A guide for yoga therapists and bodyworkers Jim Harrington How to use and adapt yoga to improve sports performance in athletes of all disciplines. This is a manual for professionals who work with athletes of all disciplines and shows them how to adapt yoga practice for swimmers, cyclists, runners, tennis players and more. This bridge between evidence-based modern sports medicine and the ancient practices of yoga, provides solid training guidance as well as offering psychological wisdom to help control and refine the actions of the mind. Essential reading for yoga therapists and teachers, athletic coaches and bodywork professionals who work with athletes.

Nov 2020 | £25.00 | 272pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781848194069

Yoga and Multiple Sclerosis A Practical Guide for People with MS and Yoga Teachers Garth McLean Foreword by Hart C.M. Cohen M.D., FRCPC

Learn how to harness the therapeutic power of yoga for reducing Multiple Sclerosis symptoms. Enhancing the physical and mental health of people with Multiple Sclerosis through key postures and breathing techniques, this guide shows how to manage specific symptoms of MS. It also provides advice on getting started with and maintaining a yoga practice, safety, and discussion on diet and nutrition, lifestyle and meditation.

Nov 2020 | £14.99 | 208pp | pb | World rights available | ISBN-9781787753006



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“This wonderfully illustrated book will be a godsend to anyone wishing to understand the effects of trauma. Such clear, accessible explanations of how we hold, process and release trauma based on the latest research have been long overdue. This little book will be invaluable to both therapists and the public alike.”

“For many of us, anxiety and fear are daily visitors to the mind and body – in this brilliant book, Steve Haines gives us freeing tools to unmask these feelings, and possibly even reduce the causes. What he offers is apparently simple yet full of depth, with a touch of light-heartedness.”

– John Wilks, Bowen and craniosacral instructor

– Jonathan Sattin, Managing Director, triyoga

“This book on forgiveness won’t bully you, but it will make you think. And it might just change your life for ever. I loved it.” – Richard Holloway, author, broadcaster and former Bishop of Edinburgh

Trauma is Really Strange

Anxiety is Really Strange

Steve Haines

Steve Haines

Illustrated by Sophie Standing

Illustrated by Sophie Standing

2015 | £7.99 | 32pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (complex), French, German, Korean

2018 | £7.99 | 32pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (complex), French, German | ISBN-

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9781848193895 | (hb) ISBN-9781848194076

Revealing the strange nature of trauma and exploring how trauma resolution involves changing the body’s physiology, this engaging comic explains the science of trauma in easyto-understand terms. With a positive emphasis on human resilience, it encourages better understanding of trauma and describes some simple Trauma Releasing Exercises.

Highly Commended in the 2018 British Medical Association Book Awards. What is the difference between fear and excitement and how can you tell them apart? How do the mind and body make emotions? When can anxiety be good? This science-based graphic book addresses these questions and more, revealing just how strange anxiety is, but also how to unravel its mysteries and relieve its effects.

Forgiveness is Really Strange Masi Noor and Marina Cantacuzino

Pain is Really Strange

Illustrated by Sophie Standing

Steve Haines

2018 | £9.99 | 64pp | hb | Rights sold: Chinese (complex), German |

Illustrated by Sophie Standing


2015 | £7.99 | 32pp | pb | Rights sold: Chinese (complex), French, German, Korean |

This comic, based on science and real-life stories, illustrates the complexity of forgiveness and what it can mean to different people and its potential for positive change. It explores the key aspects of forgiveness and the impact it can have on the mind and psyche.

Understanding pain is a very good way of relieving it. This engaging, funny, and highly original research-based graphic book explains the nature of pain and how you can effectively relieve pain by changing your mind’s habits.

ISBN-9781848192645 | (hb) ISBN-9781848193666



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