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Moose the Worry Mutt Goes to Doggie Daycare Hardcover – September 15, 2016
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With great storytelling and beautiful illustrations, Moose the Worry Mutt Goes to Doggie Daycare is a wonderfully engaging story that uses the power of metaphor to help children learn about how to control their worries. Moose's transformation from a worrier to a warrior is a great way for children to discover just how powerful they can be. Highly recommend! --Jody Thomas, Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford School of Medicine
This is a delightful story that will appeal to kids of all ages. The authors validate the experience of chronic anxiety fear of uncertainty, worries about the worst-case scenario, and avoidance of situations that feel dangerous. Moose teaches us that our thoughts might be scary, but that doesn't make them dangerous, and a new perspective can help us face our fears. --Ali Mattu, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Host, ThePsychShow.com
Moose the Worry Mutt Goes to Doggie Daycare is an excellent resource for anxious children and their parents. ''Fret the Flea'' cleverly embodies the negative self-talk that these children experience resulting in avoidant and compulsory behaviors. Moose learns to recognize and capitalize on his inner strength in a way that will provide helpful coping strategies for youth who struggle with anxiety. --Betsy Kennard, Ph.D., Professor, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Children's Health, Dallas
About the Author
Dr. Crowley is a licensed psychologist living in Dallas, Texas, with her anxious but affable dog, Moose. She adopted Moose shortly after graduating from Northwestern University with her bachelor of arts in English and psychology. After earning her doctorate in clinical psychology from UT Southwestern Medical Center, she joined Therapy Dallas, where she works alongside Dr. Ohlenforst. Dr. Crowley specializes in treating children and adolescents with Moose-like worries while providing parent consultation. Dr. Ohlenforst is a licensed psychologist living in Dallas, Texas. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in studio art and design, she switched career paths to become a psychologist. Dr. Ohlenforst earned her doctorate at UT Southwestern Medical Center and subsequently completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford School of Medicine, where she specialized in treating childhood anxiety disorders. She has run private practices both in San Francisco and now in Dallas and enjoys spending time with her rescue dog, Gunner, who is entirely obsessed with squirrels.
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