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BACP - British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy,
of which I am a registered member (MBACP), at
https://www.bacp.co.uk/ Registered Member MBACP: # 98556 -
You can find further details on: - The integrative practice of coaching and therapeutic counselling as the basis of Personal Consultancy in the book - "Personal Consultancy : a model for integrating counselling & coaching" - Nash Popovic & Debra Jinks (Routledge 2013 Oct 29; 256 pgs ISBN 978-0415833936).
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Mental Health Resources for Young People & Parents
ANNA FREUD CENTRE
Support for CARE LEAVERS : -
Thursday 14 APRIL 2022, 16.00 (4pm) @MENSRADIOSTATION - Presentation on Harmonization of Self, Inner Child & Father & Son Relationship. Interview (25mins) of Alan Gibbs (starts about 30-35 minutes into video recording)
LinkedIN: - Posted 30/04/2022; 17.30 BST
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For Parents of Young People experiencing emotional, behavioural or relationship difficulties.
Carol S. Dweck’s book “Mindset” is about unlocking our full potential by maintaining a growth mindset. Rather than assuming our abilities are static or fixed, this mindset recognizes that we can develop new skills over time. So, by switching from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset, we can unlock new options for ourselves and others.
The book discusses two different mindsets; the fixed mindset and the growth mindset. A fixed mindset is one that accepts the idea of predetermined abilities, aptitudes, and talents that can only be proven or not.
Bessel van der Kolk’s book “The Body Keeps The Score” is a 2014 nonfiction book about trauma. Using research and case studies from his own practice, van der Kolk argues that dissociation between body and mind is the defining feature of trauma .
The main themes in the book are connections between the brain and the body, living in the present, and the ubiquity of trauma.
Steve Biddulph’s book “Raising Boys” explains why boys are different and how to help them become happy and well-balanced men. Biddulph urges us to understand their psychology, their stages of development, their hormones and their hard-wired natures.
According to Steve Biddulph’s book “Raising Boys”, boys go through three distinct stages of development. From birth to approximately six-years-old, boys are in the “learning to love” years. This is a time that mama (mum) is the star of the show, although dads are very important too.
Ben Sedley’s book “Stuff That Sucks” offers a compassionate and validating guide to accepting emotions, rather than struggling against them. With this book as your guide, you’ll learn to prioritize your thoughts, feelings, and values.