Useful Online Resources



  • Helping your Anxious Child: A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents. (2000).Rapee et al. New Harbinger.
  • Help for Worried Kids: How your child can conquer anxiety and fear. (2006).Last.
  • Worried No More: Help and Hope for Anxious Children.Wagner.
  • Monsters Under the Bed and Other Childhood Fears: Helping your Child Overcome Anxieties, Fears, and Phobias.Garber, Garber, & Spizman.
  • Parenting your Anxious Child with Mindfulness and Acceptance: A Powerful New Approach to Overcoming Fear, Panic, and Worry Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.McCurry.
  • What to do when your Child has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Strategies and Solutions.Wagner.
  • Freeing your Child from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Powerful, Practical Program for Parents of Children and Adolescents.Chansky.
  • Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism: Practical Steps to Overcome a Fear of Speaking (2005).McHolm, Cunningham, & Vanier.
  • Good Friends are Hard to Find: Help your Child Find, Make, and Keep Friends. (1996).Frankel & Wetmore. (social skills training)
  • Understanding Children of Special Needs. Jack Taulbee (2005).Wayne Publishing.
  • Mental Health Medications for Children: A Primer. Brown et al. (2005).Guilford. (written especially for school personnel).


  • Wemberly Worried.Henkes.
  • Up and Down the Worry Hill.Wagner.
  • First Day Jitters.Danneberg.
  • I Don’t Know Why…I Guess I’m Shy: A Story About Taming Imaginary Fears.Cain & Smith-Moore.
  • Into the Great Forest: A Story for Children Away from Parents for the First Time.Marcus, Marcus, & Jesche.
  • Night Light: A Story for Children Afraid of the Dark.Dutro & Boyle.
  • Scary Night Visitors: A Story for Children with Bedtime Fears.Marcus, Marcus, & Jesche.


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