A Self Help Guide to Controlling Anger booklet for adults

This 24-page booklet contains information and worksheets helping readers: Recognise whether they may be experiencing anger problems. Understand what anger is, what causes it and what keeps it going. Find ways to understand, manage or overcome their anger. Click here to view/download


Coping with Bullying: Booklet for CHILDREN aged 6 to 12

A colourful booklet to be read by children to help them understand, cope with and prevent being bullied. It covers the following topics: What is bullying? How might bullying make me feel? Why do some children bully? I am being bullied. What can I do?…


Children and Domestic Violence Fact Sheet Series

A set of 10 fact sheets created for parents whose children have been affected by domestic violence. The sheets cover the following topics: How Does Domestic Violence Affect Children? Celebrating Your Child’s Strengths Before You Talk to Your Children: How Your Feelings Matter Listening and…


Coping with self-harm: A Guide for Parents and Carers

The guide provides information for parents and families about self-harm and its causes and effects. It is based on current research on self-harm and on the interviews with parents whose children self-harmed. It contains quotes from them with advice for other parents as well as…


Guides to OCD for children, young people & parents (booklets)

Children’s OCD guide OCD Kids’ booklet and is aimed at very young children and is created to try and explain in very simple terms what Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is by using our cartoon characters, Jolly and Grump to illustrate OCD. It is printed in large A4…


Child Protection: Consultation with children toolkit

This beautifully illustrated guide describes various interactive techniques which social workers can use to engage children in a child protection process. The booklet not only provides various tips on activities which can be used but also contains a range of tools which professionals can print out. Contents: 1….


Getting to know a child’s routine activity tool

This tool supports social workers to gain an understanding of a child’s or young person’s daily routine in an engaging way. The document contains 40+ individual slips with various activities/feelings which a child is asked to sort out into three piles – every day, sometimes…


Living with a drug user: a booklet for the parents of drug users

A comprehensive 53 page booklet tackling in depth the many questions parents have when they find out a child is using drugs. This is an excellent resource for all parents of drug users and provides the tools needed to cope with most situations. It also…


Learning how to parent by videos

Hundreds of very well done and easy to follow video guides on how to parent and carry out various daily tasks in relation to children of all ages. They cover topics ranging from how to care for newborns to how to deal with teenage unwanted…


Duluth Using Children Post Separation Power and Control Wheel

The wheel depicts the commonplace tactics which perpetrators of domestic abuse use to continue their abuse during the post-separation period. The wheel especially focuses on how children are involved in the post-separation abuse and how they are affected by it. A description of the wheel can…


Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS)

The Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS) is a brief questionnaire designed to measure perceptions of support from 3 sources: Family, Friends, and a Significant Other.  The scale is comprised of a total of 12 items, with 4 items for each subscale. Click here to view/download…


The Blue Polar Bear: Storybook about parental dual diagnosis

This beautifully illustrated book is for children 5-7 years. Its aim is to help workers, carers and parents to introduce the issues of parental dual diagnosis (mental illness and substance misuse), explore concerns and encourage positive coping and help-seeking behaviours. Click here to view/download