Youth Work

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  1. Understanding Children's Rights in Ireland
    Dr Eileen McPartland
    Clearly written in accessible language, this is an invaluable introduction to children’s rights, legislation, regulations and frameworks in Ireland, illustrating professional application within Early Learning and Care settings.
  2. Hanged If You Do... : Reflections from a Career in Child Protection
    Paul Harrison
    Child protection social workers have to walk a tightrope between protecting children in their families and protecting them from their families.
  3. Speak Up!
    Laura Coryton
    Special Price €9.59 Regular Price €11.99
    Use your voice to change the world! Don't just read about inspiring women: become one! Speak Up! is the must-have empowering book to inspire a whole new generation of rebel girls.
  4. Connecting with Young People in Trouble : Risk, Relationships and Lived Experience
    Andi Brierley, Lisa Cherry (Foreword By)
    This powerful critique of youth justice based on lived experience, theory and practice looks at the topic through a refreshing new lens, suggesting that some existing ways of dealing with children and young people may do more harm than good.
  5. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy : The Clinician's Guide for Supporting Parents
    Koa Whittingham, Lisa Coyne
    Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: The Clinician's Guide for Supporting Parents constitutes a principles-based guide for clinicians to support parents across various stages of child and adolescent development. Child & developmental psychology, Cognitive behavioural therapy
  6. Parenting the Screenager : A Practical Guide for Parents of the Modern Child
    Richard Hogan
    Parenting the Screenager is a must-buy for any parent of a modern child. Technology has interrupted patterns of communication and how teenagers socialise; this has brought with it new challenges for parents.
  7. Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs
    Marian Halliwell
    A Guide for Assistants in Schools and Pre-schools, 1st Edition
  8. Sex Education : A Parent's Guide
    Cara Frost-Sharratt
    When should I start discussing sex and relationships with my child?
  9. Daddy's Little Soldier : When home is a war zone, who can little Tom trust?
    Maggie Hartley
    Quiet and polite, obsessively neat, clean and tidy, eight-year-old Tom is unlike any child Maggie has ever fostered before. Tom has been taken into care following concerns that his dad is struggling to cope after the death of Tom's mum.
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