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What to Do When You're Scared and Worried: A Guide for Kids Paperback – January 15, 2004
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“This practical guide helps children identify, understand, and manage their everyday worries. . . . Adults might find themselves benefiting from the coping strategies, especially in these times of economic uncertainty.”—National Catholic Register
“A good resource for all libraries.”—Children’s Literature
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Topics includes: what kids are typically scared or worried about, where fears come from, how the body and mind work together to make fears better or worse, "fear chasers and worry erasers" (coping skills), written exercises, and a chapter on more intense fears including phobias, separations anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The book finishes off with a chapter that answers children's questions about what to expect from counseling, should they need extra help overcoming their fears. A note to parents is included, which offers additional information on how to support children with their fears.
I highly recommend this book, and wish that the author would write many more books like this one!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my son. He loves it. I had to get him into it, but overall it is a great book. My son is 5 and in the 1st gradePublished 1 month ago by Jibs
Good book but it also gave my son ideas of new things to worry about through the examples.Published 2 months ago by J.A.W.
The book is O.K very short, I think it could have been a little more in-depth.Published 5 months ago by Kiwi Clean
This book was simply stated and easy to comprehend. I used many tips for my son, which has helped his anxiety tremendously.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter wanted this book to work with her son and it was very helpful.Published 6 months ago by Priscilla Ducote