Diverse Voices Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Globally Mobile Lives
When a conference is as great as FIGT you want to remember all that you learned and were inspired by during the Keynotes, the Concurrents, the fast-paced Lightning Sessions and at the Kitchen Tables. It’s impossible to attend every session and for many it is impossible to attend every conference. This book, compiled by the Parfitt Pascoe Writing Residency team, will bring the event back to life complete with its experts, its insights and conversations. You know that this, the fifth book in the series, deserves a place on your bookshelf.
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This book is studded with brilliant insights!
Dr James Allen BA, MS, MD, Senior Advisor, Public Policy and Corporate Responsibility, Chevron
“A very readable, very well written impressive book with an intriguing title! The author is a very experienced national and international mental health practitioner. The book skilfully brings together complex and abstruse psychological theories and explains them in a simple understandable form which can then be used by anyone looking to manage change successfully.”
Dr Richard Tomlins MB, BB, FRACGP, BEcon, Medicine.
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Sparkling reviews for You Are the Horse and You Are the Rider by Sara and Michael Beaumont-Connop.
“This volume is truly helpful and brings clarity to a complex mass of ideas, theories and concepts that many, not only people outside our professions either, have found little of in terms of helpful, integrated frameworks where understanding is expanded, balanced and structured in a clear way. I feel that this book is successfully presenting such integrated framework; I have not come across anything of this ‘width’ when still working in the field.”
Johannes Sijbrant, President New Zealand Association of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists; 1989-2008.
This is such a useful bedside book for everyone who’s interested in mental and physical health, both professionals and lay readers!
Dr Lim Yun Chin MBBS, DPM(UK), M Med(Psych).
About the Book
The book has a strong theoretical component, aiming to be a “comprehensive guide to the often complex emotions expat kids face.” It gives parents the tools to help kids express their inner emotional world during a big transition like an international move. On the other hand, it’s also a very practical workbook, encouraging families to work through their emotions with various storytelling techniques.
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