Sheila Dainow

Agent : Carole Blake

Biography: Sheila Dainow DCS, DTM, MSHP holds a Diploma in Counselling Skills from the College of Holistic Medicine and is a member of the Society of Holistic Practitioners, the British Association for Counselling and the British Register of Complementary Practitioners. She has been a counsellor in private practice since 1979 and is also a course tutor for the Diploma in Counselling and Interpersonal Skills. She holds a chair on the Publications Committee of the British Association of Counselling and is the author of five books: THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE, HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR TEENAGERS, DEVELOPING SKILLS WITH PEOPLE, MAKING THE MOST OF LOVING and MAKING THE MOST OF YOURSELF.

MAKING THE MOST OF YOURSELF With Gill Cox. Self help, 160 pages Sheldon Press - May 2, 1985 A simple and straightforward book which encourages everyone to take responsibility for themselves, and shows how this can be done. Case histories are included, and advice on changing behaviour patterns with thought, effort and practice.  

MAKING THE MOST OF YOURSELF

With Gill Cox.
Self help, 160 pages
Sheldon Press - May 2, 1985

A simple and straightforward book which encourages everyone to take responsibility for themselves, and shows how this can be done. Case histories are included, and advice on changing behaviour patterns with thought, effort and practice.

 

HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR TEENAGERS Self help, 192 pages Sheldon Press, 24 February, 1994. Your child's teenage years may come as a terrible shock, when your beaming baby suddenly becomes the Incredible Sulk. Sheila Dainow is at hand to help you gain some parent power: to cope assertively, recognise your own rights and needs, stand up to common reactions and respond calmly and evenly.

HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR TEENAGERS

Self help, 192 pages
Sheldon Press, 24 February, 1994.

Your child's teenage years may come as a terrible shock, when your beaming baby suddenly becomes the Incredible Sulk. Sheila Dainow is at hand to help you gain some parent power: to cope assertively, recognise your own rights and needs, stand up to common reactions and respond calmly and evenly.