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  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques

    Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques

    by Richard Bennett

    Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques offers a comprehensive, yet concise, overview of the central features of the philosophy, theory, and practical application of ACT. It explains and demonstrates the range of acceptance, mindfulness, and behaviour change strategies that can be used in the service of helping people increase their psychological flexibility and wellbeing. Divided into three main parts, the book covers the ‘Head, Hands, and Heart’ of the approach, moving from the basics of behavioural psychology, via the key principles of Relational Frame Theory and the...

  • Anxiety Survival Guide: Getting through the Challenging Stuff

    Anxiety Survival Guide: Getting through the Challenging Stuff

    by Bridie Gallagher

    An accessible, easy to use anxiety survival guide for young people becoming adults aged 18-25. Co-authored by psychologists and a young person with anxiety, it looks at the causes of anxiety and offers simple strategies and exercises to reduce anxious feelings. Includes chapters on studying, moving out, interview strategies, OCD and panic attacks. *Contents:* *Part One:* Why adulthood can make us anxious 1: What's so hard about being an adult? 2: Dealing with all the stuff you can't possibly know *Part Two: *The challenges of adulthood: A how-to guide...

  • CALM Mindfulness Flash Cards for Children

    CALM Mindfulness Flash Cards for Children

    by Wynne Kinder

    Mindfulness is a big word for a simple idea - to pay attention, with care, to one moment at a time. The perfect introduction to mindfulness, this box of 40 cards teaches children how to be mindful by focusing their thoughts and noticing the world around them using fun activities. Children can choose what they need and select an appropriate activity, be it reflective, one that will improve focus, or a calming exercise. Each robust card is a complete activity and children can work through all of the exercises,...

  • Colorcards: Emotions (2nd Edition)

    Colorcards: Emotions (2nd Edition)

    by Speachmark

    Emotions, 2nd Edition has been designed to promote awareness of and trigger discussion about feelings and emotions. Comprising 48 fully-updated colour flashcards depicting displays of emotions through facial expression and body language, Emotions aims to help develop self-expression, self-esteem, and an understanding of the importance of body language in messages. This 2nd edition of this bestselling resource is divided into three categories - individual people, difficult situations, and enjoyable situations - to enable pupils to focus on the subject of emotions more easily. It also includes an updated and expanded resource...

  • Colorcards: Family Issues

    Colorcards: Family Issues

    by Speachmark

    A collection of 36 cards designed to generate discussion covering thirty-six topics and issues faced by all or some family members. Each card provides the opportunity to tackle a different subject including: Sibling rivalry Parental divorce Domestic violence Depression Elderly relative with dementia Drug addiction Alcoholism Child abuse Eating disorders Redundancy Broken Heart The cards have been divided into four specific groups – some being relevant to one, more or all of these highlighted areas: Relationships Behaviour Memorable Events Feelings and Emotions The cards can be used...

  • Colorcards: Teen Issues

    Colorcards: Teen Issues

    by Speachmark

    Growing up in today's world presents young people with a complex range of diverse situations, attitudes and experiences. The versatile cards in this pack have been designed to provide an opportunity to consider the variety of subjects, experiences and situations that a young person could encounter, providing an opportunity and platform for informative and lively discussion. Topics covered in this title include: Relationships - for example; Parents and step families, Siblings, Friends, Enemies, Bullying; Lifestyle - for example; Diet and Fitness, Mental and Physical Health, Self-esteem, Addictions, Body image; Safety...

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