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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,013 - Total Helpful Votes: 343 of 345
The Worry Cure: Stop worrying and start living by Dr Robert L. Leahy
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Because it is based on CBT this doesn't just say "these are the symptoms you have/challenges you face, let's talk about how I suddenly started doing things differently and made my life better by following these seven simple steps...". Instead it looks at a range of symptoms, thoughts, behaviours, difficulties etc that people with worry and anxiety may have but remembers to acknowledge that different people experience different things. There are questionairres and ratings scales to fill in yourself to find out what areas you are affected in and to what degree. That helps you focus on the bits that are specifically relevant to you. It then looks at WHY you might be how you are rather than… Read more
Language for Learning: A Practical Guide for Suppo&hellip by Sue Hayden
Handy resource to keep on you for reference or planning. Broken into sections e.g. attention and listening, speech sounds, vocab, grammar, social communication. It gives practical information about difficulties children may have, the impact on/from the curriculum and straightforward advice and strategies about how to help. Recommended by many Speech and Language Therapists that I know as a tool for those working in primary schools.
Sharpie Permanent Marker Fine Tip 1.0mm Line Assor&hellip by Sharpie
It's really nice to have Sharpies in more than just black. They are such a useful product and literally write on anything. I wouldn't use any other permanent pen now. Good value for money too.