A new book on Conductive Education has been published independently by a conductor.
Written in English, Person-focused Rehabilitation: Exploring the Psychosocial Field of Conductive Education by Laszlo Szogeczki is now available on Amazon for Euros 23.43 and consists of 122 pages.
The posting about the book states:
The Person-focused Rehabilitation, the psychosocial tools of Conductive Education (CE) will be a great interest to clinical psychologists, health psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, counsellors, physicians, rehabilitation nurses and rehabilitation service providers along to CE professionals. Service providers experience how important psychosocial factors are and this book, in part, shed light upon a model which can support the way of rehabilitation of people with physical disabilities and improve patients’ individual well-being and it is signifying to use more emotional intelligence strategies in rehabilitation.
New titles on Conductive Education are few and far between and it will be interesting to find out more about this one. I am about to order a copy.