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Anxiety and Depression in the Classroom: a Teacher's Guide to Fostering Self-Regulation in Young Students. Nadja Reilly, $25.95

Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health problems for young students, and can be particularly hard to detect and support. In this book, the first of its kind for teachers, Nadja Reilly lays out with richly detailed examples the signs to look for so educators can direct their students to help and ensure emotional wellness in the classroom. Grounded in recent psychological research and practical self-regulation tools, Reilly opens her study out onto nourishing emotional wellness in all students, communicating with parents, and school-wide mental health advocacy.


Anxiety Disorders: the Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists. Carolyn Daitch, $32.50

Anxiety disorders are the number-one psychiatric problem in the United States, yet many clients who suffer from anxiety do not get effective counseling, and they often end therapy without successful amelioration of their symptoms. Carolyn Daitch, a seasoned therapist, has found that clients benefit most when they are active participants in their therapy, and should be knowledgeable about anxiety disorders to facilitate this process. For each type of anxiety disorder, she details specific treatment options and techniques, explaining which are best suited to individual use, and which are better done in collaboration with a therapist. Engaging, comprehensive and reassuring, this is an essential guide to overcoming anxiety.


Anxiety and the Gift of Imagination: a New Model for Helping Parents and Children Manage Anxiety. Robin Alter, $26.50

Anxiety and the Gift of Imagination explains how a runaway imagination can trigger needless anxiety and she offers practical tools and strategies for regaining control and avoiding years of distress. With two chapters written especially for children, this book will help you and your child to understand how to understand and use imagination in a positive way.

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Attacking Anxiety: a Step-by-Step Guide to an Engaging Approach to Treating Anxiety and Phobias in Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Karen Levine & Naomi Chedd, $19.95

Drawing on the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), this book sets out a clear, enjoyable, step-by-step approach for addressing the sorts of anxieties, fears and phobias that are so common in children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related challenges.

Using this easy-to-follow model, parents and professionals will have the tools they need to help children and teens cope with and sometimes overcome anxieties caused by everyday occurrences. The book covers seven common scenarios, from fears of environmental sounds and visiting the doctor or dentist, to anxieties around transitions, changes to schedules and an intolerance for making mistakes. The model can be adapted to suit almost any anxiety or phobia and is ideal for use at home, at school and in clinical settings where it can be integrated into a variety of treatment approaches and styles. This book is an excellent resource for successfully alleviating many of the anxieties and phobias that interfere with life enjoyment, not only for the child but for the entire family.


CBT Strategies for Anxious and Depressed Children and Adolescents: a Clinician's Toolkit. Eduardo Bunge, Javier Mandil, Andrés Consoli & Martín Gomar, $48.95

Beautifully designed handouts and worksheets are presented for each phase of treating anxiety and depression, organized in a state-of-the-art modular framework that encourages therapeutic flexibility. Introductions to each module offer vital clinical pointers and describe when and how to use the various forms, illustrated with vivid case examples. The authors provide tips for sequencing treatment, troubleshooting common difficulties, and addressing developmental and cultural considerations. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible handouts and worksheets.


Child Anxiety Disorders: a Family-Based Treatment Manual for Practitioners. Jeffrey Wood & Bryce McLeod, $32.00

In Child Anxiety Disorders, Wood and McLeod present a clinically-proven treatment protocol based on a collaborative, family-based intervention approach—one that has seen remission rates of 80% in children. Incorporating family therapy strategies and targeted CBT techniques, the authors lay out session-by-session guidelines for implementing the protocol, offering all those who work with and counsel children a hands-on toolkit to effectively resolve childhood anxiety, whether generalized or severe in nature.

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Children and Stress: a Handbook for Parents, Teachers and Therapists. Marty Loy, $55.50

With more than 100 creative activities to help kids manage stress, this book provides an overview of childhood stress and a wide array of creative activities that can be used to help develop coping strategies to last a lifetime.


The Clinician’s Guide to Exposure Therapies for Anxiety Spectrum Disorders: Integrating Techniques and Applications from CBT, DBT, and ACT. Timothy Sisemore, $69.95

Exposure therapy has amassed a significant body of research and is widely appreciated as one of the most effective therapeutic treatments for anxiety spectrum disorders. Nevertheless, therapists often neglect to maximize this technique because they struggle with creating specific exposure exercises for clients’ individual fears and phobias and because they are hesitant to suggest exposure exercises to anxious clients who may be resistant to facing their fears.

THE CLINICIAN’S GUIDE TO EXPOSURE THERAPIES FOR ANXIETY SPECTRUM DISORDERS offers the solution — a detailed menu of specific exposure strategies for the most common fears and phobias client’s experience. This book helps therapists introduce the concept of exposure therapy and integrate it with other evidence-based practices, such as cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. It provides reproducible forms therapists can use to help clients make hierarchies of exposure. Along with exposure strategies, the book features guidance on using exposure therapy in general, including special sections on prolonged exposure therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder. A must-have resource for any clinician seeking to effectively treat anxiety disorders in their clients.


Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Mastering Clinical Challenges. Gillian Butler, Melanie Fennell & Ann Hackmann, $31.50

Helping therapists bring about enduring change when treating clients with any anxiety disorder, this invaluable book combines expert guidance, in-depth exploration and innovative clinical strategies. The authors identify obstacles that frequently arise during the early, middle and later stages of treatment and present a wide range of practical solutions. The volume demonstrates clear-cut yet flexible ways to enhance client engagement, foster metacognitive awareness, facilitate emotional processing, address low self-esteem and fear of uncertainty, and much more.

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Coping Skills for Kids Workbook: Over 75 Coping Strategies to help Kids Deal with Stress, Anxiety, and Anger. Janine Halloran, $34.95

The Coping Skills for Kids Workbook is designed to help kids learn and practice coping skills to deal with anxiety, stress and anger. The workbook includes:

  • More than 20 printable worksheets
  • Links to Coping Skills for Kids YouTube Videos
  • A Resource Collection of other helpful books and websites for families

Creative CBT Interventions for Children with Anxiety. Liana Lowenstein, $26.95

Packed with innovative Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques to help child clinicians engage, assess, and treat children with anxiety symptoms and disorders. Therapeutic games, art, stories, and other creative activities address the key components of CBT: Psychoeducation, relaxation, affective expression, cognitive coping, exposure, and parent training. Includes practical strategies for overcoming common clinical challenges plus interventions and handouts for parents. An invaluable resource for mental health practitioners seeking creative ways to make CBT engaging and child-friendly. Geared to children aged 6 to 12.


Exploring Feelings: ANXIETY Training Manual — a Guide for Group Leaders. Helen McConachie, Helen Taylor, et al, $15.95

Consider this your guide to group work success! Written to accompany Exploring Feelings — this manual is intended to pass on experience to those working with high anxiety and ASD individuals in a group setting. Seasoned group leaders have recorded and shared what worked best, what can be tweaked to suit your group, and how to best utilize the tasks and activities in Exploring Feelings through tried-and-true methods, including:

  • Selecting group leaders and members
  • Choosing where to hold group meetings and the benefits of different venues
  • Program Flexibility and how to tailor activities to your group
  • How to best involve parents and guardians

Anxiety is so prevalent in young people with ASD, and is often at the core of behavioral issues perceived as anger or non-compliance. By addressing the main symptom, and doing so in a safe and informative group environment, both young people and their families and friends are sure to see vast improvement in anxiety levels. This manual is the key to enjoyable, successful, and rewarding group sessions, and to helping young people and their parents/ guardians build their “toolbox” of techniques for handling anxiety.

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Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Manage ANXIETY. Tony Attwood, $27.50

Anxiety can be debilitating for anyone, but it can be especially confusing for a child. Learning about emotions helps children recognize connections between thinking and feeling, and the physiological effects of anxiety on the body (sweating, increased heart rate, crying, etc.). This book provides a guide for caregivers along with a workbook section that allows children to identify anxiety-provoking situations, and teaches them how to perceive them differently.

Helpful topics include:

  • Overview of the Exploring Feelings Program
  • Introduction to Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • The Emotional Toolbox
  • Social Stories
  • Research Evidence on the Effectiveness of Exploring Feelings

Exposure Therapy for Treating Anxiety in Children and Adolescents: a Comprehensive Guide. Veronica Raggi, Jessica Samson, Julia Felton, Heather Loffredo & Lisa Berghorst, $99.95

In Exposure Therapy for Treating Anxiety in Children and Adolescents, you’ll find detailed hierarchies and clinical suggestions for treating each specific childhood anxiety condition, including separation anxiety, school refusal, selective mutism, specific phobia, generalized anxiety, panic disorder, social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and emotion tolerance. The book also offers an overview of exposure therapy and its implementation in children and adolescents, including a review of current research and empirical findings on this approach.

With this book, you’ll also find solid strategies for conducting detailed clinical assessments, so you can gain a greater understanding the specific anxiety triggers and factors that play a role in the development of and maintenance of the child’s problem, and learn how this information can be used to guide you in your development of specific exposure exercises. Finally, you’ll find tips on how to assess for family variables that may contribute to the maintenance of the child’s condition, as well as ways to work with parents in becoming effective coaches for their children during exposure-based activities.

Children are vastly different than adults in their treatment needs and in the process through which effective therapy is implemented. If you’re looking for clear, practical guidelines for designing, adapting, and implementing specific exposure exercises for your young clients, this book provides everything you need in one place.

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Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Facilitator Package. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $124.50 (set includes Facilitator Manual, DVD, Parent Workbook & Child Workbook)

Anxiety is one of the biggest challenges faced by children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders and Asperger syndrome. This innovative group therapy program for children 8–14 years old and their parents is ideal for small groups of 4–5 children but also effective in one-to- one therapy. This proven, ready-to-use program was developed to address the specific needs and challenges of children with high-functioning ASD and Asperger syndrome. Facing Your Fears works because it:

  • targets specific fears or worries that interfere with day-to-day functioning at home and school
  • actively involves parents in every session—the key to helping children make progress and ensuring that families provide skillful, sensitive support
  • engages children with memorable, age-appropriate strategies for defeating anxiety, from creating "worry bugs" to filming movies of themselves facing their fears
  • gives children repeated opportunities to practice their social interactions with others
  • uses the highly effective principles of cognitive behavioral therapy
  • helps children and parents generalize the skills they learn in group to other settings

The complete set includes everything professionals need to run a successful program. With the Facilitator's Manual, group leaders will get complete guidance on conducting each session: clear step-by-step instructions, materials lists, goals, sample schedules, and helpful hints for running sessions smoothly. The Parent Workbook and Child Workbook (also sold separately in packs of 4) give children and families a wide variety of creative activities to help them fight fears and worries head-on, both inside and outside the group setting. And the included DVD inspires and motivates kids with sample movies of real children facing their fears.

Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Parent Workbook. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $44.50 for set of 4 workbooks

Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Child Workbook. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $45.50 for set of 4 workbooks


Fighting Their Fears: Child and Youth Anxiety. Directed by Melanie Wood, $19.95 (DVD format, 56 minutes).

For many children, anxiety disrupts everyday life, interfering with their ability to make friends or go to school. Through interviews with experts and three young people, this compelling documentary outlines the causes, symptoms and treatments for anxiety disorders and emphasizes the importance of early identification and intervention.

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Guided Imagery Work with Kids: Essential Practices to Help Them Manage Stress, Reduce Anxiety & Build Self Esteem. Mellisa Dormoy, $30.95

Guided imagery is a relaxation technique that uses sensory visualizations to engage the mind and imagination for healing. It is a simple, versatile therapeutic tool that uses “scripts” to help clients focus and guide their imagination, and has been shown to alleviate a host of common emotional issues in kids, from anxiety and insecurity to stress, anger, and the effects of bullying. Easier to practice than meditation or hypnosis, guided imagery allows kids to quickly focus, integrate their thoughts, emotions, and feelings, and practice self-compassion, all without the need for extraordinary discipline or time investment. This concise book lays out all the essential guidelines for using this helpful healing practice in therapy, counseling, and any type of helping work with children.

This rich collection of scripts is organized around the most common issues children present with in therapy, accompanied by helpful notes for working with particular age groups, and illustrated in practice through illuminating case vignettes. Issues addressed include:

  • Anxiety and tension
  • Stress management
  • Low self-esteem
  • Emotional health
  • Difficulty showing empathy
  • Social stress
  • Low energy and lack of motivation

Helping Children to Cope with Change, Stress and Anxiety: a Photocopiable Activities Book. Deborah Plummer, $35.95 (ages 7 -11)

This book is full of creative ideas for use with children who have difficulty in coping with change, stress and normal levels of anxiety. Supported by a comprehensive but accessible theory section, the practical exercises are a simple and fun way of helping children to learn healthy stress management strategies.

This photocopiable activity book will be an invaluable resource for anyone looking for creative, enjoyable ways of helping children to cope with change, stress and anxiety. It is primarily designed for use with individuals and groups of children aged 7-11, but the ideas can easily be adapted for both older and younger children and children with learning difficulties.

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Helping School Refusing Children and Their Parents: a Guide for School-Based Professionals, 2nd Edition. Christopher Kearney, $40.95

Children who miss substantial amounts of school pose one of the most vexing problems for school officials. In many cases, school personnel must assess these students and successfully help them to return to the academic setting. This can be difficult considering most school-based professionals are pressed for time and do not have access to proper resources. The information in this book can help school officials combat absenteeism and reduce overall dropout rates.

Designed for guidance counselors, teachers, principals and deans, school psychologists, school-based social workers, and other school professionals, Helping School Refusing Children and Their Parents outlines various strategies for helping children get back to school with less distress, all of which can be easily implemented in schools. This fully-updated second edition provides recommendations for a multi-tiered approach to school absenteeism that concentrates on prevention (Tier 1), early intervention for emerging cases (Tier 2), and more extensive intervention and systemic strategies for severe cases (Tier 3), with each tier based on empirically supported strategies grounded in scientific research. A chapter on assessment describes several methods for identifying school refusal behavior, including time-limited techniques for school officials who have little opportunity to conduct detailed evaluations. Worksheets for facilitating assessment are included and can easily be photocopied from the book. Other chapters provide advice for working collaboratively with parents, preventing relapse, and special issues. Topics such as poverty, homelessness, teenage pregnancy, violence, and school safety are also addressed, as are individualized education plans and consultation with other clinicians.


Helping Students Overcome Social Anxiety: Skills for Academic and Social Success (SASS). Carrie Masia Warner, Daniela Colognori & Chelsea Lynch, $46.95

Social anxiety disorder causes significant distress and academic impairment for many adolescents. This unique book gives front-line school professionals innovative, easy-to-use tools for identifying and intervening with socially anxious students in grades 6–12. It presents Skills for Academic and Social Success (SASS), a school-based intervention with demonstrated effectiveness. Case examples and sample scripts demonstrate how to implement psychoeducation, cognitive strategies, social skills training, exposure, and relapse prevention with groups and individual students.


The Mindful Brain: Reflection and Attunement in the Cultivation of Well-Being. Daniel Siegel, $36.00

A new framework for maintaining mental health and well-being.

Three human experiences have been documented as promoting well-being: secure attachment, mindfulness meditation, and effective psychotherapy. Leading neurobiologist Daniel Siegel presents a unifying theory that shows that the effects of these three experiences have a similar neural mechanism. Siegel uses theory, science, and anecdote to reveal how to transform the brain as well as promote well-being.

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Parent-Led CBT for Child Anxiety: Helping Parents Help Their Kids. Cathy Cresswell, Monika Parkinson, Kerstin Thirlwall & Lucy Willetts, $46.95

Parents can play a strong role in helping their children overcome anxiety disorders—given the right tools. This innovative, research-based book shows clinicians how to teach parents cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to use with their 5- to 12-year-old. Session-by-session guidelines are provided for giving parents the skills to promote children's flexible thinking and independent problem solving, help them face specific fears, and tackle accompanying difficulties, such as sleep problems and school refusal. User-friendly features include illustrative case studies, sample scripts, advice on combining face-to-face sessions with telephone support, and pointers for overcoming roadblocks.


Play-Based Interventions for Childhood Anxieties, Fears, and Phobias. Edited by Athena Drewes & Charles Schaefer, $48.50

Illustrating the power of play for helping children overcome a wide variety of worries, fears, and phobias, this book provides a toolkit of play therapy approaches and techniques. Coverage encompasses everyday fears and worries in 3- to 12-year-olds as well as anxiety disorders and posttraumatic problems. Leading practitioners describe their approaches step by step and share vivid illustrative case material. Each chapter also summarizes the research base for the interventions discussed. Key topics include adapting therapy to each child's developmental level, engaging reluctant or less communicative clients, and involving parents in treatment.


Teen Anxiety: a CBT and ACT Activity Resource Book for Helping Anxious Adolescents. Raychelle Cassada Lohmann, $45.95

Today's teens are faced with all sorts of decisions, dilemmas and difficulties, from exam worries to friendship and relationship problems. The result is that anxiety is an increasingly common problem, and professionals need practical ways of helping these anxious teens.

Teen Anxiety is a practical manual to use with teenagers to help them cope with anxious feelings. With 60 easy-to-do activities based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), teenagers can be helped to understand what triggers their anxiety; the importance of taking care of themselves; how to work through anxious feelings, fear, stress, and panic; and how to accept and manage thoughts and emotions. The book provides a guide to CBT, ACT and what anxiety is, and the manual also includes scaling questions for assessment and graphs to track progress.

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Teen Stress Workbook. John Liptak & Ester Leutenberg, $68.95

The Teen Stress Workbook contains five separate sections to help teens learn more about themselves, the skills they possess, and to manage the stress that occurs in their lives. Participants will learn new skills and the importance of preventing, managing and coping with stress and its symptoms. Included are the following reproducible pages: assessment instruments, activity handouts, role plays, quotations, reflective questions for journaling, and educational handouts.


Treating Anxious Children and Adolescents: an Evidence-Based Approach. Ronald Rapee, Ann Wigall, Jennifer Hudson & Carolyn Schniering, $77.95

This handbook offers mental health professionals clear, detailed guidelines for effectively treating children and adolescents suffering from anxiety disorders, the most frequently experienced type of mental disorder in children and adolescents.


Treating Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety: a Guide for Caregivers. Eli Lebowitz & Haim Omer, $72.00

Focusing on the treatment of childhood anxiety, both in one-on-one therapist to child treatment and within the family, Treating Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety adopts an integrated approach presenting novel strategies to help mental health professionals and families create change and momentum in otherwise stagnant situations.

This empowering guide offers practical, evidence-based, and theory-driven strategies for helping children to overcome anxiety, even if they resist treatment. This insightful book uniquely provides concrete advice for both the therapeutic and home environment.


When Children Refuse School, 3rd Edition: a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach — Parent Workbook. Christopher Kearney, $43.00

The third edition of When Children Refuse School, Parent Workbook, is designed to help you work with a qualified therapist to resolve your child's school refusal behavior. This edition introduces parent involvement strategies, especially with respect to intervention compliance, and offers recommendations regarding consultation with school officials. Regardless of whether your child refuses school to relieve school-related distress, to avoid negative social situations at school, to receive attention from you or another family member, or to obtain tangible rewards outside of school, the flexible treatments described in this book will help you and your child overcome school refusal behavior. The Workbook describes what you can expect throughout the assessment and treatment of your child and provides answers to questions you may have about the process of therapy. It also provides instructions for continuing certain aspects of the program at home, including relaxation and breathing techniques, as well as exposure exercises to decrease your child's anxiety.

When Children Refuse School, 3rd Edition: a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach — Therapist's Guide.  Christopher Kearney, $60.50

Many children and teenagers refuse to attend school or have anxiety-related difficulties remaining in classes for an entire day. School refusal behavior can contribute to a child's academic, social, and psychological problems, impact a child's chances for future educational, financial, and personal success, and significantly affect family functioning. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been shown to be a highly effective treatment for youth who exhibit this behavior.

The third edition of When Children Refuse School, Therapist Guide, provides an updated multi-tiered approach model that can be used to effectively address the main types of school refusal behavior. The Guide introduces new material on very severe and chronic cases of problematic absenteeism, including alternative educational avenues and expansion of manual procedures, for children and adults.

This manual includes tools for assessing a child's reasons for school refusal behavior and is based on a functional, prescriptive model. It presents well-tested techniques arranged by function to tailor treatment to a child's particular characteristics. Each treatment package also contains a detailed discussion of special topics pertinent to treating youths with school refusal behavior, such as medication, panic attacks, and being teased. A corresponding workbook is also available for parents, who often play an important part in a child's recovery. This comprehensive program is an invaluable resource for clinicians treating school refusal behavior.

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When Children Refuse School: a Prescriptive Treatment Approach. Anne Marie Albano, $121.50 DVD

In this workshop, Dr. Albano discusses a prescriptive treatment approach to treating school refusal behavior in children. Dr. Albano begins her workshop with a definition of school refusal, and she reviews the four primary reasons underlying school refusal behavior. She also discusses evidence-based methods for assessing these conditions. The workshop focuses on several strategies (e.g. creating routines, reinforcement procedures, creating contracts, etc.) that have been demonstrated to work for effectively engaging parents and school personnel in a partnership to return the child to full school functioning.


Working with Parents of Anxious Children: Therapeutic Strategies for Encouraging Communication, Coping, & Change. Christopher McCurry, $34.95

The topic of anxious children is on the front burner these days, both among parents and mental health professionals, as more and more clinicians are presented with anxious kids in their practices. Anxiety symptoms — whether panic, OCD, phobias, social or separation anxiety — are one of the primary reasons parents seek help from a mental health professional for their child. And yet, parents may unintentionally reward or encourage the problem through their own behavior (i.e. overprotection, punishment, or avoidance of all possible anxiety-provoking situations). This book will tackle that very issue, exploring the critical parent-child “dance” at the center of child development and uncovering how, with the proper knowledge and tools at hand, therapists can guide parents in changing their dynamic, so anxious outbursts are reduced and a child’s confidence and growth are better supported.

A range of techniques that therapists can teach parents will be presented, including how to “change the choreography” — the parent-child dynamic — and how to work with “goodness of fit," or temperamental differences between a parent and a child. Parent management training and parent-child interaction training strategies will also be provided.


Worried No More: Help and Hope for Anxious Children. Aureen Pinto Wagner, $35.95

Packed with information, practical guidance and specific how-to steps to help children overcome worry, school refusal, separation anxiety, social anxiety, excessive shyness, panic, phobias, traumas and tragedies, obsessions and compulsions. With clear and practical information on:

  • how to tell normal anxiety from problem anxiety
  • different forms of anxiety in children and teenagers
  • red flags for anxiety
  • expressions of anxiety in school
  • effective treatments
  • what parents can do to help
  • what schools can do to help
  • step-by-step action plans with examples
  • ready-to-use forms and tools for parents and schools

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Complete Booklist

Anxiety and Depression in the Classroom: a Teacher's Guide to Fostering Self-Regulation in Young Students. Nadja Reilly, $25.95

Anxiety and the Gift of Imagination: a New Model for Helping Parents and Children Manage Anxiety. Robin Alter, $26.50

Anxiety Disorders: the Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists. Carolyn Daitch, $32.50

Attacking Anxiety: a Step-by-Step Guide to an Engaging Approach to Treating Anxiety and Phobias in Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Karen Levine & Naomi Chedd, $19.95

CBT Strategies for Anxious and Depressed Children and Adolescents: a Clinician's Toolkit. Eduardo Bunge, Javier Mandil, Andrés Consoli & Martín Gomar, $48.95

Child Anxiety Disorders: a Family-Based Treatment Manual for Practitioners. Jeffrey Wood & Bryce McLeod, $32.00

Children and Stress: a Handbook for Parents, Teachers and Therapists. Marty Loy, $55.50

The Clinician’s Guide to Exposure Therapies for Anxiety Spectrum Disorders: Integrating Techniques and Applications from CBT, DBT, and ACT. Timothy Sisemore, $69.95

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Mastering Clinical Challenges. Gillian Butler, Melanie Fennell & Ann Hackmann, $31.50

Coping Skills for Kids Workbook: Over 75 Coping Strategies to help Kids Deal with Stress, Anxiety, and Anger. Janine Halloran, $34.95

Creative CBT Interventions for Children with Anxiety. Liana Lowenstein, $26.95

Exploring Feelings: ANXIETY Training Manual — a Guide for Group Leaders. Helen McConachie, Helen Taylor, et al, $15.95

Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Manage ANXIETY. Tony Attwood, $27.50

Exposure Therapy for Treating Anxiety in Children and Adolescents: a Comprehensive Guide. Veronica Raggi, Jessica Samson, Julia Felton, Heather Loffredo & Lisa Berghorst, $99.95

Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Facilitator Package. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $124.50 (set includes Facilitator Manual, DVD, Parent Workbook & Child Workbook)

Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Parent Workbook. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $44.50 for set of 4 workbooks

Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Child Workbook. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $45.50 for set of 4 workbooks

Fighting Their Fears: Child and Youth Anxiety. Directed by Melanie Wood, $19.95 (DVD format, 56 minutes)

Guided Imagery Work with Kids: Essential Practices to Help Them Manage Stress, Reduce Anxiety & Build Self Esteem. Mellisa Dormoy, $30.95

Helping Children to Cope with Change, Stress and Anxiety: a Photocopiable Activities Book. Deborah Plummer, $35.95 (ages 7 -11)

Helping School Refusing Children and Their Parents: a Guide for School-Based Professionals, 2nd Edition. Christopher Kearney, $40.95

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Helping Students Overcome Social Anxiety: Skills for Academic and Social Success (SASS). Carrie Masia Warner, Daniela Colognori & Chelsea Lynch, $46.95

The Mindful Brain: Reflection and Attunement in the Cultivation of Well-Being. Daniel Siegel, $36.00

Parent-Led CBT for Child Anxiety: Helping Parents Help Their Kids. Cathy Cresswell, Monika Parkinson, Kerstin Thirlwall & Lucy Willetts, $46.95

Play-Based Interventions for Childhood Anxieties, Fears, and Phobias. Edited by Athena Drewes & Charles Schaefer, $48.50

Teen Anxiety: a CBT and ACT Activity Resource Book for Helping Anxious Adolescents. Raychelle Cassada Lohmann, $45.95

Teen Stress Workbook. John Liptak & Ester Leutenberg, $68.95

Tools & Techniques for Children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Timothy Sisemore, $45.00

Treating Anxious Children and Adolescents: an Evidence-Based Approach. Ronald Rapee, Ann Wigall, Jennifer Hudson & Carolyn Schniering, $77.95

Treating Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety: a Guide for Caregivers. Eli Lebowitz & Haim Omer, $72.00

When Children Refuse School, 3rd Edition: a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach — Parent Workbook. Christopher Kearney, $43.00
When Children Refuse School, 3rd Edition: a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach — Therapist's Guide.  Christopher Kearney, $60.50

When Children Refuse School: a Prescriptive Treatment Approach. Anne Marie Albano, $121.50 DVD

Working with Parents of Anxious Children: Therapeutic Strategies for Encouraging Communication, Coping, & Change. Christopher McCurry, $34.95

Worried No More: Help and Hope for Anxious Children. Aureen Pinto Wagner, $35.95

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