“Clinical Supervision” offers various perspectives of clinical supervision, with rich anecdotal examples of actual supervisory practices. Written by authors who practise counselling and supervision in their daily work, this book is not simply a collection of theoretical ideas, but a
demonstration of how such ideas are experienced in supervisory challenges and practices. It is written with the aim of delivering the ultimate dividends for clients – their wellbeing.
Commemorating Yellow Ribbon Project’s 10th Anniversary, this book, THE COURAGE TO BELIEVE is a story about giving hope. It is about unlocking life’s second chances for ex-offenders to help them find new lives beyond the prison walls. Reverberating with grit, resolve and hope, the stories will set your heart ablaze to extend your hands in unlocking second chances for ex-offenders.
GAME FOR LIFE chronicles the journeys of 25 Singaporeans whose lives have been made extraordinary through sport. They are a diverse group of people: academics, business leaders, public servants and professional athletes who come from very different backgrounds. With 25 stories of hope and achievement, GAME FOR LIFE will inspire readers to discover their potential through sport. The book celebrates the effort and life lessons as much as it pays tribute to the victories on the field and in the arena.
P.O.S or Parents Over Shoulder invites you to take a peek into your children’s digital life. Written from teenagers’ perspectives, through letters addressed to parents, you will have a better understanding of the digital world they live in and how to connect with them more effectively in this digital age. Tips from cyber wellness counsellors are also provided in this book to help you better understand your children’s online motivations, learn more about the invisible virtual world and introduce simple methods of connecting with them.