From Science to Parenting: Evidence-Based Strategies to Help Tame Your Child’s Anxiety
Wednesday, November 18 @ 7:00 p.m.
Lenape Middle School
Featuring: Dr. Katherine Dahlsgaard; Lead psychologist of the Anxiety Behaviors Clinic at CHOP
What can we do as parents when our child is stressed about nightly homework, a test, or the big game? Learn practical tips that will help your child navigate these common events in school. This session will also focus on strategies that can help when your child begins to use refusal behaviors to avoid these anxious situations. Appropriate for parents of elementary, middle, and high school aged children
ANXIETYYour Anxious Child: How Parents
and Teachers Can Relieve Anxiety in Children.By: John Dacey, Lisa FioreWhat to Do When You Worry Too Much:
A Kid's Guide to Overcoming Anxiety
(What to Do Guides for Kids)By Dawn Huebner
Sitting still like a frog: Mindfulness exercises
for kids (and their parents).
By Eline Snel
Ready, set, relax: Research-based program
of relaxation, learning, and self-esteem for children.
By Jeffery Allen & Roger Klein
Mindfulness for teen anxiety: A workbook
for overcoming anxiety at home, at school,
and everywhere else.
By Christopher Willard
Worried no more: Help and hope for
By Aureen Pinto Wagner
Freeing your child from anxiety.
By Tamar Chansky
The anxiety cure for kids: A guide for parents.
By Elizabeth DuPont Spencer,
Robert DuPont, & Caroline DuPont
Relaxation and stress reduction workbook.
By Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman,
& Matthew McKay
Anxiety and phobia workbook.
By Edmund Bourne