preload preload preload preload

Anxiety

How to Keep People From Pushing Your Buttons

How To Keep People From Pushing Your Buttons

by Albert Ellis

Don’t get mad or get even–get placid using these authors’ techniques for defusing difficult situations. Ellis, the “grandfather of Cognitive Behavior Therapy,” and Lange explain how to defuse your own anger, guilt, or depression, how to control your reactions when people persist in “pushing your buttons.” The skills defined here can be used in work, home, or social situations. The chapters are filled with work sheets to help readers define the onset of inappropriate responses and practice alternative, healthier behaviors or responses. Factual, practical, and feasible.

– description and image courtesy of Amazon.com
When My Worries Get Too Big

When My Worries Get Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety

by Kari Dunn Buron

Engaging and easy to read, this book is personalized as the child develops his or her own self-calming strategies. — Lori Shery, President and Co-Founder ASPENĀ® (Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Inc.)

Engaging and easy to read, this book is personalized as the child develops his or her own self-calming strategies. –Lori Shery, President and Co-Founder ASPENĀ® (Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Inc.)

Kari Dunn Buron has great insight and compassion for children who have difficulty understanding and controlling their emotions. — Tony Attwood, author of “Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals”

Kari Dunn Buron has great insight and compassion for children who have difficulty understanding and controlling their emotions.

– description and image courtesy of Amazon.com

What To Do When You Worry Too Much

What to Do When You Worry Too Much: A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Anxiety (What to Do Guides for Kids)

by Dawn Huebner

What to Do When You Worry Too Much is an interactive self-help book designed to guide 6-12 year olds and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of generalized anxiety. Metaphors and humorous illustrations make difficult concepts easy to understand, while prompts to draw and write help children to master new skills related to reducing anxiety. Engaging, encouraging, and easy to follow, this book educates, motivates, and empowers children to work towards change. Includes a note to parents by psychologist and author Dawn Huebner, Ph.D.

– description and image courtesy of Amazon.com