Anxiety

ANXIETY

Allen, Jeffrey S. & Klein, Roger J. (1996) Ready . . . Set . . . R.E.L.A.X.: A Research-Based Program of Relaxation, Learning, and Self-Esteem for Children, Inner Coaching, Watertown, Wisconsin.

Antony, Martin & Watling, Mark (2006).  Overcoming medical phobias: how to conquer fear of blood, needles, doctors & dentists.  Oakland CA: Harbinger Publications.  Clear strategies in small well written book.

Antony, Martin & McCabe, Randi (2004).  10 simple solutions to panic: how to overcome panic attacks, calm physical symptoms and reclaim your life.  Oakland CA: Harbinger Publications.  Clear strategies in small well written book.

Antony, Martin, Craske, Michelle & Barlow, D. (2006).  Mastering your fears and phobias.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.  A  workbook for dealing with fears and phobias for teens and adults.

Antony, Martin & Swinson, Richard (2009).  When perfect isn’t good enough:  strategies for coping with perfectionism.  Oakland CA: Harbinger Publications.  Self help book on dealing with perfectionism.

Barlow, David & Craske, Michelle (2007).  Mastery of your anxiety and panic: workbook.  Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.  A book to help with panic disorders and agoraphobia.

Bos, Elaheh (2013).  Lola’s words disappeared.  Plantlovegrow.  Picture book for early elementary age.

Bourne, Edmund J & Garano, Lorna (2003).  Coping with anxiety.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.  A briefer version of the Bourne book below.

Bourne, Edmund J. (1995).  The anxiety and phobia workbook.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.  A self-help book.

Brett, Doris (1988).  Annie stories.  NY: Workman Publishing Company.  Teaches parents how to make up stories to help their children with fears and problems.

Carbonell, David (2004).  Panic attacks workbook:  a guided program for beating the panic trick.  Berkeley: Ulysses Press.  Easy to read workbook for teens through adults.

Carbonell, David (2016).  The worry trick: how your brain tricks you into expecting the worst and what you can do about it.   Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Press.  Easy to read book to help with worries.  Good for teens through adults.

Chansky, Tamar E. (2004).  Freeing your child from anxiety.  NY: Broadway Books.  A book for parents on techniques to help children with anxiety.

Clark, Lynn(2017).  SOS Help For Emotions: Managing Anxiety, Anger, and Depression (2nd Edition), SOS and Parents Press, Bowling Green, K.Y.

Crist, James (2004).  What to do when you’re scared and worried: a guide for kids.  Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing.  A book for children to read alone or with parents.

Flowers, Steve (2009).  The mindful path through shyness: how mindfulness & compassion can help free you from social anxiety, fear and avoidance.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.  A book on using mindfulness to help with social anxiety.

Forsyth, John & Eifert, Georg (2007).  The mindfulness and acceptance workbook for anxiety: a guide to breaking free from anxiety, phobia & worry using acceptance and commitment therapy.  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Publications. Workbook for teens and adults.

Frank, Kim (2003).  The handbook for helping kids with anxiety and stress.  Chapin, SC: Youth Light.  Some easy to use suggestions that can be used by parents and children when dealing with stress.

Friedman, Lorraine (1999).  Monsters in your bed; monsters in your head.  VA: Dream Dog Press.  Young children’s book on dealing with fears.

Hallowell, Edward (1997).  Worry: hope and help for a common condition.  NY: Random House.  A book for adults on how to help yourself if you worry too much.

Hayes, Steven C. (2005).  Get out of your mind and into your life: the new acceptance and commitment therapy.  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Publications.  A book to help with anxiety, depression.

Hope, Debra A, Heimberg, Richard G., Juster, Harlan R., Turk, Cynthia L. (2000).  Managing social anxiety: a cognitive-behavioral therapy approach.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.  Manual to help with social phobia.  Can be used alone or with a therapist’s guidance.

Huebner, Dawn (2006).  What to do when you worry too much: a kid’s guide to overcoming anxiety.  Washington DC: Magination Press.  A workbook for children ages 6-12.

Lankton, Stephen R. (1998).  The blammo surprise book.  NY: Magination Press.  A book for parents to read to children to help them overcome fears.

Piven, Joshua & Borgenicht, David (1999).  The worst-case scenario survival handbook.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books.  Describes real life threats and how to deal with them.

Pollard, Alec C., & Zuercher-White, Elke (2003).  The agoraphobia workbook.  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Publications.  A self-help book which can be used alone or with professional help.

Rapee, Ronald, Spence, Susan, Cobham, Vanessa, Wignall, Ann (2000).  Helping your anxious child: a step-by-step guide for parents.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.  A book for parents.

Schab, Lisa Mn(2008).  The Anxiety Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Deal with Anxiety and Worry, Instant Help Books, Oakland CA.

Shannon, Jennifer (2012).  The shyness & social anxiety workbook for teens: CBT and ACT skills to help you build social confidence.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.  A workbook for teens

Willard, Christopher (2014).  Mindfulness for teen anxiety: a workbook for overcoming anxiety at home, at school and everywhere else.  Oakland, CA: Instant Help Books.  A book for teens and though written for teens, adults and younger children might also benefit.

Zuercher-White, Elke (1998).  An end to panic.  NY: MJF Books.  Techniques for overcoming panic disorder.

Zucker, Bonnie (2009).  Anxiety-Free Kids: An Interactive Guide for Parents and Children, Prufrock Press, Inc.