• The Busy Parent’s Guide to Managing Anxiety in Children and Teens

  • The Parental Intelligence Way (Busy Parent Guides: Quick Reads for Powerful Solutions)
  • By: Laurie Hollman
  • Narrated by: Richard Hollman
  • Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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The Busy Parent’s Guide to Managing Anxiety in Children and Teens

By: Laurie Hollman
Narrated by: Richard Hollman
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Publisher's Summary

A parent's day is full of tasks to be accomplished and chores to be done. Dealing with anxiety - from social anxiety to full-blown panic attacks - just adds one more thing to that lengthy list of stresses. 

The Busy Parent's Guide to Managing Anxiety provides a quick listen when you need quick answers. And the best part? This isn't just a quick fix! The principles in this series teach parents how to respond to children and teens in a way that is easy to remember and implement every day.

©2018 Laurie Hollman (P)2018 Familius

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I'm not opposed by any means of treating physiological conditions with medications however, nearly every "story" or example of a situation ends with putting a child on medication. I find it offensive that this is the wide net a physiologist is casting to parents searching for help! Especially if this book is thier first dip in the pool of looking for help! I'm deeply saddened I paid for this and that's it's one of only 4 books that came up in my search for child anxiety. The talk sessions with parent and child are fairly generic and unrealistic! anyone who deals with a child with anxiety would laugh at these stories, few of our own children are going to respond with reason and quickly settle and thank a parent for helping them see things in perspective. isnt that the biggest hurdle with childhood anxiety , its extremely difficult to reason with a child and get a child to understand the reality and reality of thier fears. I truely apologize to the author but this is garabge!

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Anxiety management of children for caregivers

Excellent listen. Straight to the point and gives easy to understand and relate to examples and strategies to help. An enjoyable listen