AUTHOR: Timothy A. Sisemore, Ph.D.
CALL NUMBER: PAR426
GENERAL INFO: We all experience anxiety at some time during our lives when confronted by difficult circumstances, but some children experience constant anxiety about everyday activities and events. In time, this can become a constant and pervasive condition. This workbook is designed to help children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Typically, children that have GAD experience excessive worry and fear about a number of concerns for a period of at least 6 months. Some of these concerns may relate to real-life situations and others may be about unlikely or unrealistic things. Sometimes worry may be free-floating and not linked to a specific aspect of life – children may feel anxious all of the time for no apparent reason.
Contains 35 simple, fun activities to teach kids to stop worrying, overcome fears and enjoy being a kid. This book offers parents a range of proven effective techniques that can support and accelerate any treatment program.
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