Why Smart Kids Worry: And What Parents Can Do to Help

Allison Edwards (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Sourcebooks
Publish Date
September 03, 2013
Pages
244
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.1 X 0.7 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781402284250

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About the Author

Allison Edwards is a Licensed Professional Counselor and registered Play Therapist with specialized training in working with children, adolescents, and families. She received a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Northwest Missouri State and a Master's degree in couseling from Vanderbilt University.. She is an adjunct professor in the Human Development Counseling Program at Vanderbilt University, and she maintains full-time private practice with children of all ages.

Reviews

"As a psychologist who works with children, I can honestly say this will be one book I will be adding to my borrowing library for parents to read. I have already recommended it to several of the families I am currently working with. Well worth a read for parents as well as professionals. " - Kerry Marsh, LibraryThing
"Therapist Edwards brings profound insight into the minds of gifted, anxious children in this parent-friendly handbook...Fifteen tools for parents and children to use together offer practical approaches to teaching coping skills and emotional competence, and will work well for any child with anxiety. Parents will be comforted by Edwards's analysis, which frames children's worrying as a manageable challenge." - Publishers Weekly-STARRED
"As a parent with anxiety as well as a child with anxiety, this was a really great manual...The combination of information as well as practical use make this book something that will help a wide array of families searching for help. " - Jessica Chiles
"This light, well-organized guide from licensed professional counselor and play therapist Edwards (Vanderbilt U.) offers parents suggestions for helping their children to overcome anxiety stemming from precocious intelligence." - Book News Inc.