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  • 12 Annoying Monsters - Self-Talk for Kids with Anxiety

    12 Annoying Monsters - Self-Talk for Kids with Anxiety

    by Dawn Meredith

    So, you’re a bit anxious sometimes. Or perhaps a lot. That’s OK! You are not alone. Lots and lots of people feel anxious at times. Read on! This book will explain: What anxiety actually is Why it’s a natural thing your body does to protect you How you can learn to switch it off when it gets overpowering - Wouldn’t that be awesome? You don’t have to be afraid of anxiety. You can control it. Let’s begin with what happens inside your body. It all starts...

  • A to Z of Feelings: How to Make Your Emotions Work for You and not Against You

    A to Z of Feelings: How to Make Your Emotions Work for You and not Against You

    by Andrew Fuller

    In perhaps his most ambitious and comprehensive work yet, Andrew Fuller takes a deep dive into the architecture of our everyday human emotions to understand why we think, act and behave the way we do. If you have ever struggled with feelings you just can't make sense of, have trouble controlling or feel helpless against then this is for you! Andrew, one of Australia's best-loved psychologists, examines the most common array of emotions and explains what they are, how they work and how you can use them for...

  • Anger the Ancient Warrior

    Anger the Ancient Warrior

    by Sarah Trueman

    A Story and Workbook with CBT Activities to Master Your Anger Anger is a strong emotion, which can feel overwhelming. Anger the Ancient Warrior shows children how to master their anger and stop it causing unnecessary pain. This story and workbook with CBT activities helps children aged 8-12 to understand their anger and teaches them how to live comfortably with it. *Author Bio:* Sarah Trueman and Sara Godoli. Illustrated by Dorian Cottereau. *Review:* “This book is really great because it helps you understand anger and in a fun way!” - Coco, aged 9  “Exploring...

  • Colour Away Your Worries

    Colour Away Your Worries

    by Leslie Ironside

    *A calming colouring & drawing book* Everybody has worries and fears, and if we don't talk about them we can sometimes feel alone and our worries can grow and get bigger. These charming images and guided activities, narrated by a friendly Worry Worm, will open up new areas for discussion in a fun format and enable young people to talk about their worries and fears while benefiting from the stress-relieving effects that increased focus and creativity can provide. The activities explore common sources of worries, the different feelings children have...

  • Creative CBT Interventions for Children with Anxiety

    Creative CBT Interventions for Children with Anxiety

    by Liana Lowenstein

    Make Cognitive Behavioral Therapy child-friendly with this innovative collection of games, art activities, and stories. Packed with innovative cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to help child clinicians engage, assess, and treat children with a variety of 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. A variety of activities are presented in each chapter, so interventions most appropriate to your...

  • Doodle Your Worries Away. A CBT Doodling Workbook for Children Who Feel Worried or Anxious

    Doodle Your Worries Away. A CBT Doodling Workbook for Children Who Feel Worried or Anxious

    by Tanja Sharpe

    This workbook draws on CBT and creative therapy methods to help children aged 8+ understand their worry and anxiety. Featuring 50 fun and engaging doodling activities, this book allows young people to tune into their worries and their sources, using creativity to process anxiety, and building confidence to find their own solutions. This exploration can be independently led by the child themselves or with guidance from a parent or professional. Drawn from over 15 years of experience of supporting young people with anxiety, this workbook takes an integrative approach and...

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