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Category: Children with Special Needs

Children with Special Needs

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  • Parents of children with anxiety need quick, in-the-moment solutions they can easily use every day to help their child. AnxietyRelief for Kids is the first and only easy-to-use guide for parents that utilizes proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure therapy, allowing parents to plan effective, short-term interventions with their kids at home, in social settings, or anywhere that anxiety and avoidance occur.

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  • Employing play-based techniques, a children’s mental health specialist helps parents identify and express different feelings to help their grieving child cope. Includes tips on how to notice different types of play and respond accordingly, healthy ways to communicate with their child, and ways to recognize the signs of true healing in their child.

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  • A teen who is habitually angry, morose, or acting out can be a parent’s greatest challenge. In Parenting Your Angry Teen, psychologist and teen expert Mitch Abblett offers frustrated parents powerful mindfulness tips to navigate heated moments of interaction with their child, as well as skills based in positive psychology to foster compassion, caring, and lasting connection.

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  • This revised and expanded edition of the best-selling Helping Your Anxious Child offers parents the most up-to-date, proven-effective techniques for helping children overcome anxiety.

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  • Written by a psychologist and expert on adolescent anxiety, this book is an essential how-to guide for parents, showing how their own behavior can either help or exacerbate their teen’s symptoms, and outlining specific skills parents can use to support their child. Readers will learn that when it comes to anxiety, simple interventions can make a big difference in how teens manage their feelings.

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  • This workbook teaches parents how to improve their child’s functioning at home, increase his/her social functioning and skills for living more independently (including leisure, self-help, participation in community, etc.), while emphasizing the importance of taking care of the family as a whole.

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  • Having a child who is a picky eater can be both frustrating and worrisome—especially for parents who are concerned their child isn’t getting the nutrition they need to grow, stay healthy and strong, and thrive. In Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating, a family doctor offers a clinically proven program called STEPS (Supportive Treatment of Eating in Preschoolers) to help parents of children with moderate to severe feeding or selective eating disorders. Parents will learn to support healthy and balanced eating, maintain their child’s healthy weight, and end meal-time anxiety once and for all.

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  • Three experts in treating selective mutism team up to provide parents with the first book to offer practical strategies for treating children with this potentially isolating anxiety disorder often referred to as ‘social phobia’s cousin.’

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  • This book addresses the often-overlooked connection between sensory sensitivity and the emotional and behavioral issues that can lead to a diagnosis of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and other disorders. Parents will not only gain a better understanding of their child’s emotions and behaviors, but will also learn powerful sensory regulation skills to help their child—and family as a whole—find some much-needed balance.

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  • Based on the author’s extensive studies, Helping Your Depressed Child empowers parents by explaining how to recognize their child’s depressive disorder. The book advocates a home wellness program and features a series of steps parents can take to help their child through depression. These steps include finding an appropriate therapy, getting professional help, and understanding pharmacological treatments. Also included is detailed information on techniques like deep breathing, visualizations, and affirmations. With an estimated 2.5 to 4 million children under 18 affected by depressive disorders, this book offers the comprehensive, in-depth help that parents need.

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  • From renowned child anxiety experts Andew Eisen and Linda Engler comes this first-ever parenting book to offer solution-focused help to the parents of children whom the authors classify as socially vulnerable: children who are subject to anxiety, shyness and depression, and bullying by other, more aggressive children.

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  • Help kids cultivate real, lasting confidence. In Kid Confidence, a clinical psychologist and parenting expert offers practical, evidence-based parenting strategies to help children build satisfying relationships, embrace personal growth, and discover the freedom that comes with a quiet ego—a deeply rooted sense of competence, confidence, and compassion for oneself and others.

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  • A much-needed resource for parents, family, and caregivers of adults with developmental disabilities like Down’s syndrome, fragile X, and autism, Life Planning for Adults with Developmental Disabilities offers resources and planning tools for helping the developmentally disabled adult build skills in employment, education, relationships, independent living, and finances.

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  • Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions provides dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) strategies and skills to parents of children with explosive emotions. Readers learn to understand and accept their children’s emotion dysregulation and learn skills for changing both their own behaviors and those of the child.

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  • Parenting Your Child Through the Challenges of Autism takes a revolutionary approach to helping parents find and implement the most effective and powerful treatments for children with autism, a condition that still baffles many mental health professionals. Autism expert M. Anjali Sastry and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) psychiatrist Blaise Aguirre offer practical tips and guidance parents can use to track the effects of treatment on their children and draw from their own observations to find the treatments that will get the best results.

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  • This practical nine-step program, for children ages five to ten with impulsivity or self-control problems, guides you to better communication, effective discipline, and the implementation of a behavior contract that clarifies your expectations and your child’s responsibilities.

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