Anxiety Relief Workbook for Kids: 40 Mindfulness, CBT, and ACT Activities to Find Peace from Anxiety and Worry (Health and Wellness Workbooks for Kids) (Paperback)
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Anxiety-busting tools for kids ages 6 to 9
Being young doesn’t stop kids from worrying. This anxiety workbook for kids, created by a clinical psychologist, is full of fun exercises designed to help kids learn how to work through feelings of discomfort or worry. Each of the activities features kid-friendly instructions, helping them understand both what they need to do and how it will help them feel better.
This anxiety workbook for kids features:
- A variety of exercises—Kids will find new ways to soothe child anxiety as they draw, take quizzes, practice breath work, and more.
- Evidence-based approaches—All of the exercises are rooted in proven anxiety treatment methods, like CBT, ACT, and mindfulness.
- Fun presentation—Playful language and colorful pictures help kids engage with the material, making it easy for them to learn.
Teach kids how to deal with some of their toughest emotions using this anxiety workbook for kids.
About the Author
AGNES SELINGER, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with a dual doctorate degree in school and clinical psychology. She specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression. Dr. Selinger is in private practice in Manhattan. Read more about her at AgnesSelingerPhD.com.
“With childhood anxiety at an all-time high, Dr. Selinger comes to the rescue with this invaluable resource. She uses her clinical expertise to make research-based tools accessible, so any parent can help their child learn to cope with and conquer their anxiety.” —Dr. Dena Rabinowitz, psychologist and founder of CBPNY
“As a clinical psychologist who has worked for the past 20 years treating anxiety, I am always looking for new approaches to help clients and families understand anxiety and teach skills to manage anxiety. Agnes Seligner’s Anxiety Relief Workbook for Kids is a terrific new resource that I am excited to use. I think children will find the examples and language easy to understand and the activities fun and helpful. I am so glad to have this new resource in my library and encourage parents and practitioners to purchase this book.” —Kore Nissenson Glied, PhD, psychologist