and hard to find books, DVD's and CD's
Counselling Children: A Practical Introduction by K Geldard and D Geldard
This book provides guidelines for selecting and using a range of media, play and activities and includes 30 photocopiable worksheets that are featured throughout the book. Thoroughly revised and updated, this 3rd Edition features two new chapters on counselling children in groups. Counselling Children, is widely used in the practical skills training of counsellors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, nurses, teachers, and other professionals who work with children.
How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk by Faber & Mazlish
This down-to-earth book is written to make relationships with children of all ages less stressful and more rewarding. The authors use innovative ways to solve problems. In this book you will learn to cope with your child's family conflicts peacefully.
Helping Children Cope with Divorce by Rosemary Wells
Divorce is never easy for a child. Many children are hit hard by a sense of guilt and loss when their parents divorce and their self-confidence and relationships can suffer. "Helping Children Cope with Divorce" offers advice about practical and emotional problems - what the legal terms mean, coping with residence orders, giving a child a chance to have a say in decisions, the possibility of step-parents and step brother and sisters. There is also information on mediation and the Family Law Act.
More Books on Family Issues and Child Education
Gifted Children: A Guide for Parents and Professionals by Kate Distin
'Gifted Children' is a lively and informative exploration of the mystery of the gifted mind and the social and emotional needs of gifted children and their families. This excellent book, written by counsellors who are also parents with first hand knowledge of living and working with gifted children, is an accessible and positive guide full of constructive advice and encouragement for other parents. It includes practical information, useful contact details and opportunities for reflection.
Special Teaching for Special Children: Pedagogies for Inclusion by Ann Lewis
Leading researchers in each special needs field defend and critique a conceptual analysis of teaching strategies used with particular learner groups with special educational needs. Summaries by the editors after each chapter link pedagogic strategies, knowledge and curriculum to key points from the chapter and pave the way for discussion. This book is indispensable reading for students, policy makers, researchers and professionals in the field of special educational needs and inclusion.
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