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Mind Kind (eBook)

USD $10.99

Your Child’s Mental Health

In Mind Kind you will not find parenting techniques, but rather a parenting philosophy. Recognizing that there are no absolute answers, distinguished psychotherapist, mother and grandmother Dr Joanna North instead aims to help you become aware of the types of emotional support your child may need. Through following this practical advice, you can help your child grow a strong and resilient mind, even when going through difficult times.

Mind Kind: Your Child’s Mental Health helps parents and carers support their children towards positive mental health and wellbeing. Mind Kind devotes chapters to behaviour management; helping children in difficult times; dealing with mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression; eating disorders; family break-ups, divorce and step-parenting. Dr North also addresses common parental misunderstandings and provides the tools to create an environment that promotes positive mental health.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 256 Pages

Parenting Made Simple (eBook)

USD $9.99

Straightforward, Practical Strategies for Common Childhood Challenges

All children go through periods of poor behaviour, so parents need strategies to manage this. In this practical guide, Dr Sarah Hughes offers a warm and commonsense approach all parents can benefit from. Dr Hughes delves into the behavioural development of children and roots out just why kids can’t always behave well. She answers hard questions with real-world examples and offers easy-to-implement, realistic approaches parents can adapt to a style of parenting that suits them.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 240 Pages

Coolmind: The Young Person’s Guide to a Calmer Life (eBook)

USD $4.99

Fed up with feeling nervous? Sick of self-doubt? Ever wonder when or how you will start to be confident and comfortable with yourself? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you have found the right book.

This book is about relaxing, the art of becoming consciously cool and learning to rise above stress. It’s a crash course in training yourself to be cool no matter what’s going on in your life, and the good news is that it’s not difficult. Through the simple practice of spending a few minutes a day working towards a calmer life, you too can take charge of your emotions.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 120 Pages |

Nurturing a Healthy Mind (eBook)

USD $9.99

Knowing your child’s mind…

There is nothing so fascinating as the human brain. Over the past couple of decades, advances in technology have made possible new and exciting insights into how the brain grows, learns and operates. And there is growing consensus that this knowledge is of great relevance to parenting and all manner of child-rearing contexts.

Nurturing a Healthy Mind takes the available science on how the brain responds to environment stimuli and presents it in an easy-to-understand and user-friendly format. It ‘translates’ what neuroscience is telling us about the development of the brain from infancy to the early school years and explains how this knowledge can help us deal with the everyday realities of raising healthy and happy children.

So if you’ve ever wondered whether enrolling your three-year-old in enrichment programs will give them a head start in life, or have simply despaired at your four-year-old’s inability to sit still, you’ll find the book Nurturing a Healthy Mind essential reading.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 248 Pages |

The ADHD Handbook (eBook)

USD $14.99

A diagnosis of ADHD can be overwhelming. There’s a wealth of conflicting advice available and it’s hard to know what to trust. The solution: The ADHD Handbook, a clear and comprehensive guide drawing on the most up-to-date international research to present a pragmatic look at this common disorder. It covers how ADHD is diagnosed, the most effective therapies and techniques and the pros and cons of various types of medication, and addresses many of the common myths surrounding the condition.

This informative book is an essential reference to support you in successfully navigating your way through the challenges ADHD poses and helping your child to live a full, happy life.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 264 Pages |

Skip the Drama (eBook)

USD $9.99

Practical, Get-Ahead Strategies to Survive Your Daughter’s Teenage Years

Top specialist clinical psychologist Dr Sarah Hughes delivers new practical, immediate strategies for parents living with potentially difficult, rebellious, or irresponsible teenage daughters. Supported by real-life examples, studies and research into the adolescent brain, Hughes’ solutions will help mothers and fathers grow a stubborn, reckless or challenging teenager into a well-adjusted, respectful, and self-sufficient young woman. Now available in eBook!

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | 216 Pages

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SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 216 pages

Understanding Autism – The essential guide for parents (eBook)

USD $9.99

Our understanding of the autism spectrum has improved dramatically in recent years. In Understanding Autism, two leading experts in the field combine their decades of experience to offer an extensive, accessible guide for parents and relatives.

This empathetic book covers everything from the causes of autism and the latest research to how it manifests at various ages and stages of life, from how to cope with common challenging behaviours to the importance of self-care for caregivers. An essential resource, it reassures and supports parents in coping during times of difficulty or transition, as well as with everyday life.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 272 Pages |

Engaging Adolescents eBook

USD $9.99

Parenting teenagers is tricky at the best of times! When tough issues arise, parents can struggle with what to do and how best to approach challenging situations. In this highly practical, skills-based book, psychologist Michael Hawton draws on 30 years of experience to enable you to steer your teenager through the tough times with confidence.

Using case studies and based on universally accepted mediation principles, this valuable guide will help you develop tools to sort out behaviour so you don’t overreact, and explains the scripted approach to encouraging positive behaviour changes. Engaging Adolescents empowers you in learning to resolve conflicts, ease distress and build better family relationships.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook Download | 216 Pages |