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How to Help Your Child with Worry and Anxiety

Activities and Conversations for Parents to Help Their 4-11-Year-Old

Lauren Callaghan Adam Shaw

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14 September 2021
As a parent, it's heart-breaking watching your child struggle with anxious thoughts, or seem constantly worried about something. Anxiety is sadly common in children, and can affect their sleep, mood and general wellbeing.

How to Help your Child with Worry and Anxiety is a must-read handbook for parents of children aged 4-11 years old who experience anxiety. Clinical psychologist Dr Lauren Callaghan provides you with concise and accessible information, explaining how anxiety works in children, and what you can do to help. You will be shown how to help your child overcome this spiral of anxious thoughts and learn to manage their thoughts and feelings.

Dr Callaghan explains clinically proven strategies to help your child to recognise and process anxious thoughts, including scripts to steer a conversation, and activities designed to help your child explore their worries and give them the emotional skills to feel less anxious.
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Imprint:   Trigger
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm, 
ISBN:   9781789561982
ISBN 10:   1789561981
Pages:   160
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Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Lauren Callaghan is a highly regarded clinical psychologist. She has worked at world-renowned research centres in London, where she was recognised as a leading psychologist in the field of anxiety problems. Lauren uses her expert skillset to work with individuals and their families to overcome obsessional and anxiety problems. She now lives in Sydney, where she continues to work as a clinical psychologist and write self-help books in her expert subjects. Lauren is also a trustee of the Shaw Mind charity.

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