Anxious Kids

Community Pack (3 Books)

Racing heart, difficulty breathing, persistent worry, lack of concentration, avoiding difficult situations – this is anxiety, and children are experiencing it in unprecedented numbers. Symptoms of anxiety can start as early as four years old, and it’s impairing children’s ability to enjoy the world.

Anxious Kids, written by Bestselling author Michael Grose and leading researcher and educator Dr Jodi Richardson is the ultimate handbook for coping with your child’s anxiety. Anxious Kids will give you strategies and techniques to help your child manage anxiety. Grose and Richardson also give advice on a range of important steps parents can take to develop emotional intelligence, tolerance of discomfort, mindfulness, resilience, thinking skills and flourishing mental health. In doing so, parents can reduce the impact of anxiety, enabling children of all ages to live their lives in full colour.

 

 

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$97

Author

Michael Grose & Dr Jodi Richardson
Michael Grose & Dr Jodi Richardson

Michael Grose is one of Australia’s leading parenting and educational writers and speakers. He is the author of 12 books for parents, including the best-selling Why First Borns Rule the World and Spoonfed Generation. Michael supports schools across Australia and internationally to build strong partnerships with their parent communities. Michael was recognised for his contribution to parenting and education when he was elevated to the PSA Speaker Hall of Fame in 2013. He is also a past winner of the PSA Australian Educator of the Year award.

Dr Jodi Richardson is a mental health expert who is changing the way parents, teachers and schools think about mental health and wellbeing. She’s known for her authentic, warm style and her ability to enlighten and inspire audiences to take meaningful action. Jodi combines leading-edge science, powerful stories of real people and an entertaining and highly relatable perspective on the human condition, knowing that the better we understand ourselves, the more we can help the young people in our care.