Pavilion Publishing and Media Catalogue

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Discover new ways to develop your skills, understanding and expertise in the fields of learning disability, mental health, social care and health with the brand new 2020 Pavilion catalogue.

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Description

Here is your new 2020 Pavilion Publishing and Media catalogue, packed full of new and best-selling training packs, handbooks, practical guides, DVDs and ebooks, as well as all your long standing favourites, and more.

Discover new and improved ways to extend and develop your skills, knowledge and proficiency within the health and social care sector with our brand new catalogue.

You’ll find more information than ever before on our training packs, and consistently low prices for many of our popular products; it’s our commitment to being competitive on price while still priding ourselves as one of the leading providers of professional development products for the health and social care sector.

Details

Publication: 01 February 2020
Content:

New releases from Pavilion
Children and families
Learning Disability and older people
Learning Disability and trauma
Learning Disability and mental health
Learning Disability and sexuality
Learning Disability, profound and multiple learning disabilities
Autism
Mental health
Health and social care practice

New releases from Luminate
Clinical psychology
Forensic psychology
Organisational psychology
Parenting, family abuse
Parenting, mindfulness
Mindfulness
Dementia
Children, mental health, development
How to help series

Best-sellers spotlight

Authors

Pavilion was established in 1986 to provide forward thinking training materials for professionals working in the health and social care sectors.

Since then we have grown, changed and evolved along the way but one thing has remained the same, our longstanding commitment to raising professional development, breaking down barriers and promoting equality and acceptance across the health, social care, education, and emergency response sectors.