Get other material for working with children and young people

Working with Anger: A Constructivist Approach

I have a chapter about working with young people in Peter Cummins' book.
Treating the person, not the symptoms: Personal construct group therapy with adolescent girls.

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Where anger rules 

A paper about my PCP approach to working with young people referred because of their difficulties managing angry feelings. Moran, H. (2006). Where anger rules. Counselling Children and Young People. Dec. 6-9.
Stories of an Adoption: Billy and Sam Find a New Mum and Dad

This ebook is for children who are moving/have moved from foster care to an adoptive family. I wrote ot because it was hard to find a book with children in the story (rather than animals).
The Child's Voice - Ruairi and Heather Moran

This book of powerful poems is by an adopted adolescent, illustrating his feelings about his history and identity. It is a great resource for working with adopted teenagers or adopters and foster carers. 
Drawing the Ideal School - Presentation by Jane Williams

Drawing the Ideal School is a variation of Drawing the Ideal Self. This is a slideshow of a presentation at the British Psychological Society's DECP conference by Jane Williams (2016).

The Children's Exploratory Drawings

Abi Cohman and Cleo Timney, Trainee Educational Psychologists at Southampton University developed  The Children’s Exploratory Drawings (CEDS), their PCP technique to use in conversations and therapy with children and young people.
My First Parents Used to Fight

This book is written to facilitate discussions about the experiences some children have had living in a family where violence and neglect are part of everyday life. It is particularly suited for work with children who are in the care of others (foster care or care with other family members) and children who are adopted.
My Dad Did Something Awful One Day 

The experience of parental suicide is usually very distressing and confusing for a child. This is a book for parents, therapists or counsellors to read with children affected by such a suicide. It is a story which gives a child's account their father's suicide. The aim is to read it with a child and facilitate a conversation about the child's experience.