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Published January, 2013
By Phil Harris
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
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Offers new directions in which to assess young problematic sumstance users, in ways that are truly developmentally informed, so as to implement effective prevention and treatment efforts.

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£27.95
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Published February, 2009
By Robin Dynes
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
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Enables you to make 'instant' and timely changes to program sessions, and respond positively to specific requirements of group members for: coping with the events and situations they face daily. This book includes such topics as unlocking your potential learning to learn; becoming self-motivated; self-coaching; and, harnessing creativity.

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£34.95
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Published February, 2009
By Alan Jenkins
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
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A guide for counsellors and therapists who work in the field of interventions with men who have engaged in violence or sexual abuse towards partners and family members. It argues that intervention practices must move beyond attempts to coerce, confront or educate a seemingly unwilling or unmotivated man.

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£22.95
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Published January, 2008
By Vered Slonim-Nevo and Itzhak Lander
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
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Contains stories, each addressing a relevant theme, presenting both client and therapist perspectives and, afterwards analyses the client's difficulties using classical theory, pioneering theory, research findings. The stories included in this book explain the rationale, theoretical and empirical basis of the story's featured intervention.

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£17.95
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Published September, 2007
By Keith Tudor
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
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Transactional analysis (TA) is a way of understanding what happens between and within people. This volume demonstrates in many settings the use of TA with children and young people. It explains TA's possibilities to others whose work focuses on their lives, well-being, care and treatment of children and young people.

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£34.95
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Published December, 2006
By Gerry Heery
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
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Addressing parenting and anger management, this programme helps parents to think about and learn to manage their anger better. Acknowledging that almost all parents have at least some difficulties with anger, PAMP is suitable for social work, counselling, mental health, justice and community work.

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£24.95
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