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Anxious Children: Becoming a Part of the Solution

Enjoy this free lecture from Kimberly Morrow.
Recorded: Lancaster, NY January 24, 2018

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Books for Children

Playing with Anxiety:  Casey’s Guide for Teens and Kids.  Reid Wilson and Lynn Lyons (free ebook available at www.playingwithanxiety.com)

Up and Down the Worry Hill.  Aureen Wagner

What to do When You Worry Too Much. Dawn Huber, Ph.D.

Wemberly Worried.  Kevin Henkes

First Day Jitters.  Julie Danneberg

Scary Night Visitors: A Story for Children with Bedtime Fears   Irene Marcus

Books:

Albano, A., Marie (2013) You and Your Anxious Child. New York: Penguin Group

Beck, J. (2011) Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Basics and Beyond . New York: Guilford Press

Brantley, J. (2007). Calming your anxious mind: how mindfulness and compassion can free you from anxiety, fear, and panic (2nd ed.). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Chansky, T. (2004). Freeing your child from anxiety: Powerful, practical strategies to overcome your child’s fears, phobias, and worries. New York: Broadway Books.

DuPont , R. ,DuPont Spencer, E. and DuPont, C. ( 2013) The Anxiety Cure and The Anxiety Cure for Kids. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons

Grayson, J. (2014) Freedom from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. New York: Penguin Group.

Karle, E. and Pittman, C. (2009) Extinguishing Anxiety: Whole Brain Strategies to Relieve Fear and Stress. South Bend, IN: Foliadeux Press.

Morrow, K.  (2011) Face It and Feel It: 10 Simple (but not Easy) Ways to Live Well with Anxiety.

 Orsillo, S. and Roemer, L. (2011) The Mindful Way Through Anxiety. New York: Guildford Press

Seif, M and Winston, S. (2014) What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Anxiety Disorders. New York: Routledge.

Wagner, A., Pinto (2005) Worried No More: Help and Hope for Anxious Children, second edition. Rochester, New York: Lighthouse Press Inc.

Wagner, A., Pinto (2006) What to do When Your Child Has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Rochester, New York: Lighthouse Press Inc.

Wilson, R. (2009). Don’t panic: Taking control of anxiety attacks (3rd ed., 1st Collins Living ed.). New York: Collins Living

Our Books

CBT for Anxiety and OCD workbook

Paperback – June 5, 2018
by Kimberly J Morrow and Elizabeth DuPont Spencer

Combining evidence-based approaches and years of clinical experience, CBT for Anxiety provides step-by-step skills training for implementing cognitive behavor therapy into your anxiety treatment plans.

Concise, clear, and practical, this workbook will provide immediate tools to motivate, encourage, and effectively treat even your most anxious clients. A key highlight of the book are guided opportunities to work through treatment obstacles to enhance your clinical skills. The authors have also created dozens of reproducible worksheets, exercises, and handouts to share with clients and their families.

Face It and Feel It: 10 Simple (But Not Easy) Ways to Live Well with Anxiety

Paperback – 2011 by Kimberly Joy Morrow

Anxiety (including its many forms such as OCD, panic disorder, etc.) keeps us from experiencing much that life has to offer. In this book, national anxiety expert Kimberly Morrow offers 10 simple tools for facing, feeling and conquering your anxiety so that you can live life to the fullest! This “bite-sized” bedside table resource is easy-to-read and follow and will offer tools that are a perfect complement to cognitive behavioral therapy and counseling or just every day anxiety management. Whether you or a family member are struggling with anxiety, this resource is a must read and will prove to make a difference in your life or the life of your loved one!

The Anxiety Cure for Kids: A Guide for Parents and Children (Second Edition)

Paperback – January 14, 2014 by Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, Robert L. DuPont, Caroline M. DuPont

The up-to-date, practical guide for helping your child deal with anxiety Fear, worry, stomach pains, self-doubt—these are classic symptoms of anxiety in children. Using kid-friendly concepts and real-life examples, this reassuring guide helps adults and children understand the powerful ways in which anxiety works and how to overcome its negative effects. This revised edition includes all-new chapters on food phobia; the relationship between anxiety and other illnesses and problems such as ADHD, depression, and autism; and anxiety in teens.

The Anxiety Cure: An Eight-Step Program for Getting Well

Paperback – October 3, 2003 by Robert L. DuPont (Author), Elizabeth DuPont Spencer (Author), Caroline M. DuPont (Author)

Written in a friendly and reassuring manner, The Anxiety Cure offers both sufferers and their loved ones immediate, long-lasting relief. The authors share their step-by-step methods for dealing with the six main types of anxiety, including panic disorder, agoraphobia, generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobias, and obsessive-compulsive disorder, along with treatment prescriptions and easy relaxation techniques. Completely revised and updated, this practical guide features a chapter on anxiety and terrorism and an updated section on the latest medications.

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