Book Collection

The Real Guide to Life as a Couple

The Real Guide to Life as a Couple is an essential book for all couples looking to develop or maintain a healthy relationship. It covers topics from communication, parenting, sex, dealing with friends, and losses. This guide features learning exercises, comic illustrations and truth or dare games. The Real Guide to Life as a Couple guide provides serious relationship advice amidst lots of fun exercises and challenges designed to get couples thinking and talking to each other. Whether you’re newly engaged or have been together for years, this guide will help create a stronger bond between you and your partner.

Healthy Mindsets for Super Kids

Self-esteem, communication skills, positive thinking, healthy friendships, and dealing with anger, stress, anxiety and grief are all crucial parts of being resilient and having strong life skills. Join forces with superheroes Steemy, Link, Zen, KipKool, Holly and Hally, Beau and Angel in this 10-session program to boost resilience in children aged 7-14. This imaginative resource is a complete program ideal for teachers, counsellors, therapists, social workers and youth workers.

Unlock Your Resilience

Resilience has never been more important in helping us navigate the stresses and adversity of modern life. Resilience acts as a protective armour that helps us deal with the toughest challenges that life throws at us. The best thing about resilience? It is a skill that you can develop at any age. This book lays out a 12-session programme that covers everything you need to unlock and develop your resilience, from self-esteem and self-care to emotional regulation and stress management.

Healthy Mindsets for Little Kids

This flexible, early-intervention program utilises hands-on activities and worksheets to address behaviour issues and teach core resilience skills in children aged 5-9. Based around ten guided modules, each with their own animal character, the ‘Healthy Mindsets’ approach helps adults to assist children in building resilience across a wide variety of themes including attachment, discipline, anger management, conflict resolution, positive body image and self-esteem, grief and loss, and anxiety. Every session comes with a complete plan from greeting to closing down, and includes illustrations, photocopiable activities, worksheets, games, colouring-in sheets, and reflective content for children to think about their own views on the issue addressed in each section.

The Prenatal Bombshell

The Prenatal Bombshell is a warm and understanding companion guide for parents who have received an adverse prenatal diagnosis. Issues such as managing the pregnancy, delivery, termination, creating memories, future babies, and the long term impact of such a traumatic experience are all covered in detail. The lived experiences of other women who have gone through this journey are also included to provide hope, support, and guidance through difficult times. Filled with stories and testimonies, this is a helpful book to have during, and well beyond, a poor prenatal diagnosis.

High Risk Pregnancy and Fetal Diagnoses

This book offers practical guidance to women who are suddenly confronted with medical diagnoses that place them in a high-risk category or indicate abnormalities in their developing babies. The sections devoted to the diagnosis of high-risk pregnancy and fetal anomalies include a range of first-person accounts of these experiences. In sections on pregnancy, labor, and on the death of a child, the author provides a wealth of advice for dealing with the practical, ethical, and emotional issues that can arise in the different stages of these experiences of pregnancy.

Magazine Articles

S.Azri (2009)
“When things go very wrong in pregnancy”
The Millennial Star
S.Azri (2009)
“The psychosocial impact of a High Risk Pregnancy”
Essential baby
S. Azri (2009)
“Fetal Diagnosis; Informing Families and Friends”
Essential baby.
S.Azri (2011)
“To work or not to work; That is a modern mummy question”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2011)
“Bundles of Joys.Parenting traps” South City Bulletin
Monthly Periodical

S.Azri (2011)
“Pregnancy loss. A few coping tips” South City Bulletin
Monthly periodical

S.Azri (2011)
“Intimate relationships” South City Bulletin.
Monthly periodical

S.Azri (2011)
“Blended families; joys and pitfalls”
South City Bulletin Monthly periodical

S.Azri (2011)
“Coping with family relationships during the Christmas season”
South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical

S.Azri (2012)
“Goal setting; direction or waste of time?”
South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical

  1. Azri (2012)
    “Wonder Women”
    South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical
  2. Azri (2012)
    “How much is too much? Explaining tragedies to children”
    South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical.
  3. Azri (2012)
    “Mirror, Mirror…Who is the fairest Grandma of them all?”
    South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical
  4. Azri (2012)
    “Beating the blues. Positive thinking strategies.”
    South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical
  5. Azri (2012)
    “Supporting children through bullying.”
    South City Bulletin. Monthly periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“To love and how to love.”
South City Bulleting. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“Healthy Mindsets for Super kids. A resilience program.”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“Boundaries…how to keep them strong!”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“Family fun in Winter.”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“Healthy lifestyles for the whole family.”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“Living with our time.”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2013)
“Social Work Students in private practice.”
Online newsletter for Central Queensland University. School of Social Work.

S.Azri (2014)
“Resilience in children- why is it important.”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2015)
“Valentine’s day ideas for the busy couple.”
South City Bulletin. Monthly Periodical.

S.Azri (2016)
“Sex therapy and Social Work”
Quarterly Journal of the AASW.

S.Azri (2018)
“Going the distance. Couple therapy and lasting marriages”
Quarterly Journal of the Australian Marriage Celebrants.

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