Helpful Resources for Parents:

  • Beaudoin, M.N. (2010).  The Skill-ionaire in Every Child:  Boosting Children’s Socio-Emotional Skills Using the Latest in Brain Research.  San Francisco, CA:  Goshawk Publications.
  • Chansky, T. E. (2004). Freeing your child from anxiety: powerful, practical strategies to overcome your child’s fears, phobias, and worries. New York: Broadway Books.
  • Knauss, William J. (2014). The Cognitive Behavioural Workbook for Anxiety: A step-by-step program (2nd ed.). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger.
  • Manassis, K. (2015). Keys to parenting your anxious child. Hauppauge, NY: Barrons Educational Series.
  • McCurry, C. (2009). Parenting your anxious child with mindfulness and acceptance: a powerful new approach to overcoming fear, panic, and worry using acceptance and commitment therapy. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.
  • Rapee, R. M., Wignal, A., Spence, S., Cobham,V., Lyneham. H. (2008). Helping your anxious child: a step-by-step guide for parents. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Books to read with the children:

  • Alter, R. C., & Clarke, C. H. (2016). The anxiety workbook for kids: take charge of fears and worries using the gift of imagination. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
  • Grass, G. (2008). Hole in One: A children’s book dealing with anxiety disorder. Iris the Dragon, In.
  • Huebner, D., & Matthews, B. (2015). What to do when you worry too much: a child’s guide to overcoming anxiety. Gallo Manor, South Africa: Awareness Publishing Group.
  • Wierski-Devoe, D. (2012).  Just Like You

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