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Published August, 2022
By Alistair Livingstone
Publisher: Perseus Books, LLC (Robinson)
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As a police officer, Alistair Livingstone was dubbed Supercop by the media for making more arrests than any other officer in the UK. But then Ali broke down. Broken Blue Line is the vividly told story of what brought him to that point, and the beginning of his slow, painful recovery.

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Published August, 2022
By Gary Nash and Claire Louise Vaculik
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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This book is a new addition to the art therapy literature setting out an integrative approach to using theory and the arts, which places clients at the centre of practice and supports collaboration across the therapeutic journey.

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£120.00
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Published August, 2022
By Laura Canty
Publisher: Monoray
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The real-life, very relatable story of how young mum overcame postnatal depression and rediscovered hope and joy.

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Published July, 2022
By Grace Thompson and Dr Helen Shoemark
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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Goal setting and process is a central feature of music therapy practice. This practical text helps you to deeply reflect on the factors at play and set goals with clients using a model developed by Dr Grace Thompson based on a large-scale qualitative research project involving 45 music therapy experts from 8 countries.

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£27.99
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Published July, 2022
By Doreen Fleet
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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In this book, Fleet provides the first comprehensive guide to implementing sand-tray therapy within a pluralistic framework.

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£120.00
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Published June, 2022
By Zachary Aaron Kahn and Juliana Martinez
Publisher: WW Norton & Co
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Theoretical, sociocultural and clinical essays on the psychology of today's young adults.

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£21.99
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Published June, 2022
By Owen O'Kane
Publisher: HQ
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Smart, short techniques throughout the day can form a healthier perspective

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£14.99
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Published June, 2022
By Stephen K. Levine and Alexander Kopytin
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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This book is an innovative forum of tools, theory, and methods that nurture the reader's understanding of new eco perspectives and nature-assisted expressive arts and art therapies. It seeks to nurture humanity's ecopoietic ability in order to encourage sustainable living and challenge the sociopsychological impact of the ecological crisis.

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Published June, 2022
By Laura L. Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (John Wiley & Sons Inc)
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Published May, 2022
By Rich Moth
Publisher: Policy Press
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This timely analysis sets out the full impacts of policy reform, austerity and marketisation on our country's mental health services. Rooted in the experiences of service users and providers, it provides valuable perspectives on our evolving practical and organisational responses to mental distress.

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£85.99
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