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Our library of parenting resources was built up in partnership with colleagues at the Family and Parenting Institute and named in honour of Richard Evans, the benefactor of the Artemis Trust, the first funder of Parenting UK. Richard Evans and his late wife, Gai, made an indispensible contribution to making available services that are respectful of parents and children.

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SKIP: Strategies with kids, Information for parents.

A New Zealand parenting support pack, used with Maori communities among others, which aims to support parents and caregivers to raise children in a positive way, using effective non-physical discipline that includes love and nurture and limits and boundaries. Pack includes three modules: Conscious p...

The child's world: Assessing children in need.

A four-module, two volume training pack for those working with children in need and their parents, together with a reader, developed in response to the Department of Health's Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and their Families, part of the Quality Protects Programme. The pack was dev...

Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications.

A comprehensive handbook which, acknowledging the pioneering work of John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, seeks to provide a landmark review and synthesis of the state of knowledge about attachment and loss in children and adults. It is designed to help clinicans, students and researchers become fully in...

Young carers, parents and their families: Key principles of practice.

Guidance designed to help practitioners working with young carers and their families to provide better support for them. The key principles have been endorsed by The Disabled Parents' Network and The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, and take account of current legislation and guidance whilst also re...

Parents' anger management: The PAMP programme.

A programme aiming to help parents address issues around anger, designed as an intervention of eight two-hour sessions and presented in book form. Part one, in 11 pages provides a foundation of principles and values for the delivery of the programme and looks at practical aspects of programme delive...

Winnicott on the Child.

A compilation of Winnicott's talks and writing covering topics such as the mother/infant relationship, trust, security, jealousy and moral development. Introductory essays by Brazelton, Stanley and Spock show the application of his ideas for those who care for children, and the enduring significance...

Understanding barriers to learning: A guide to research and current thinking.

A comprehensive overview of the cultural, structural and personal barriers to learning, pulling together the vast amount of research and thinking over the previous decade. An resource for all those working in, or studying, lifelong learning, including an attempt to define the word learning.

Encouraging positive discipline: A guide for professionals.

A guide for professionals which aims to help them in encouraging positive discipline and discouraging smacking and violence. Explains positive discipline and positive parenting, looks at attitudes to smacking and the research on physical punishment, summarises the law on smacking and the need for ch...
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