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    Supporting Transgender Autistic Youth and Adults : A Guide for Professionals and Families

    By setting out strategies for creating more effective support based on the experiences of trans people on the spectrum, this guide offers tailored advice for professionals working with autistic trans clients. It covers issues such as difficulties talking about the body, undertaking and recovering from surgeries and social anxiety.

    Disability Studies : A Student's Guide

    Bringing together a range of expert voices to tackle the essential topics relevant to the study of disability from a social perspective, this interdisciplinary introduction includes over 50 chapters relevant across health and social care.

    Understanding Social Work Practice in Mental Health

    A very easy-to-read book which covers all the essential theory and practice needed for a sound understanding of social work and mental health

    The Guardians: 100 Years of An Garda Siochana 1922-2022

    Richly illustrated with historical and contemporary photographs, this is the official book of An Garda Siochana in its centenary year.

    Police: A Field Guide

    Expanded, updated edition of a radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing

    Seven Ways to Fix Policing NOW: Building Trust, Authentic Partnerships, and Safe Communities

    The time has come to take a comprehensive look at every aspect of policing. This book does that and offers seven critical steps towards successful and sustainable police reform.

    The Wicked Problems of Police Reform in Canada

    This book looks at police reform in Canada, arguing that no significant and sustainable reform can occur until until steps are taken to answer the question of "What exactly do we want police to do?"

    Challenges in Mental Health and Policing: Key Themes and Perspectives

    Police officers deal with mental illness-related incidents on an almost daily basis. Ian Cummins explores the policy failures that have led to this situation, and considers how the individuals in police officers' care should be supported by community mental health agencies.

    Helping Children with Loss: A Guidebook

    This guidebook has been created to help adults provide emotional support for children who have experienced the loss of somebody they know. An essential resource for anybody supporting children aged 4-12, it will support children to develop emotional literacy and connect with unresolved feelings affecting their behaviour.

    Social services & welfare, criminology