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Infertility and involuntary childlessness: Helping couples care

Infertility and involuntary childlessness: Helping couples care

by Beth Cooper-Hilbert

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Infertility affects one in six couples and is at once a medical, psychological and social problem. This book shows therapists how to help individuals and couples cope with this crisis. 178 pages.... (more)

Working in Social Care: A systemic approach

Working in Social Care: A systemic approach

by Dave Evans, Jeremy Kearney

  • Print £25.00

This book is designed to aid the practitioner in all social care settings. It covers the systemic approach from three main perspectives: key principles to help guide practice and teaching; the... (more)

Taking child abuse seriously: Contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice

Taking child abuse seriously: Contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice

by Against Children Study Group Violence

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An important collaborative work by a group of experienced social work practitioners and academics, it explores the core issues and debates surrounding child abuse and child protection. 239 pages.... (more)

Effective Groupwork

Effective Groupwork

by Michael Preston-Shoot

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176 pages.... (more)

Cancer and Emotion (Third Edition)

Cancer and Emotion (Third Edition)

by Jennifer Barraclough

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The fact that many cancer patients suffer emotional problems is now widely recognized. This updated guide aims to provide those working in cancer treatment units with a comprehensive knowledge of the... (more)

Counselling and helping carers:

Counselling and helping carers:

by Mitchell Noon

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The needs of carers are sometimes unclear and many health or voluntary workers are uncertain about their role in relation to the carers and their needs. This book provides basic counselling and... (more)

There's something I have to tell you: How to communicate difficult news in sensitive situations

There's something I have to tell you: How to communicate difficult news in sensitive situations

by Charles Foster

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When communicating difficult news to someone, timing, choice of words and approach are all important. This is a guide to explaining the truth of a situation, while creating as little trauma as... (more)

Issues and ethics in the helping professions

Issues and ethics in the helping professions

by Gerald Corey, Patrick Callanan

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This revised text seeks to be a practical manual for dealing with the ethical issues which helping professionals confront at the various stages in their development. The book aims to provide readers... (more)

Counselling skills in social work practice

Counselling skills in social work practice

by Janet Seden

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This work asks if there is a place for counselling skills in modern social work, and if so, how can such skills be employed in practice? 166 pages.... (more)

Counselling and Communication Skills for Medical and Health Practitioners

Counselling and Communication Skills for Medical and Health Practitioners

Edited by Rowan Bayne, Paula Nicolson

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Acknowledges the complimentary parts that counselling and psychotherapy play.... (more)

Social work and empowerment:

Social work and empowerment:

by Robert Adams

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Originally published as "Self Help, Social Work and Empowerment", this fully revised second edition sets out a framework for the development of empowering social work in different domains.... (more)

Community and confluence: Undoing the clinch of oppression

Community and confluence: Undoing the clinch of oppression

Edited by Kathleen Hogan, Michael Pressley

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The author of this text presents an argument for applying the methods and insights of the Gestalt perspective to social and political problems. Focusing on the dynamics of power and abuse... (more)

Tutoring programs for struggling readers: The America Reads Challenge

Tutoring programs for struggling readers: The America Reads Challenge

Edited by Lesley M. Morrow, Deborah G. Woo

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This study describes exemplary America Reads programmes as well as other effective early literacy interventions, including Reading Recovery, the Howard Street Tutoring Project, and Book Buddies. Also... (more)

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