Dr Pooky Knightsmith, Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Specialist
By taking completely natural and fun ways of engaging with children and backing them with evidence, structure and ideas for differentiation, Plummer has created an approach that will both enable and enthral. Children and their supporting adults will experience genuine joy and personal growth as they work through these ideas which draw on both modern and traditional ideas from a range of cultures.
Dr Vivien Norris, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, The Family Place
This refreshing book combines clear core principles for developing relationships with an enthusiastic and helpful 'have a go' approach to collaborative storytelling with children, providing many useful examples.
Christopher Willard, PsyD, Faculty, Harvard Medical School and Author of Growing Up Mindful
In this wonderful guide, Deborah Plummer offers a treasure trove of of creative approaches for engaging and working with children.
Judith Sonnenburg, Child and family counsellorChildren and Young People, BACP
As a children's counsellor, I would...recommend the book's direct use in my own field, and also as a source of inspiration for teachers and parents.