An indispensable tool for parents, childcare professionals, and children!
Beatrice is troubled to learn that her ailments have a cause: anxiety.
With the help of a zootherapy psychologist and her four-legged colleagues, the young girl discovers the different aspects of her anxiety disorder and how to tame them.
Does your child see danger everywhere? Expect the worst out of every situation? See tasks as a hard mountain to climb? Have a fear of failure? If you've answered yes to at least one of these questions, this illustrated tale will help you broach the subject of anxiety, in a simple and visual way.
The "self-observation" section of this colorful and pleasing little book will allow you to help your child understand the symptoms of anxiety.
Accumulate a bunch of tricks pertinent to daily life, so as to overcome the difficulties that stem from anxiety. You'll see, it's not that hard!
À propos de Ariane Hébert
Table des matières
|Anxiety as Told to Children||1|
|Anxiety as Told to Children||8|
|In Your Body||40|
|Recognize your physical sensations||40|
|Tame your physical sensations||41|
|A Clever Trick||43|
|Learn to relax||43|
|In Your Head||44|
|Be the detective of your thoughts||44|
|A Clever Trick||46|
|Notice your reactions||47|
|A Clever Trick||48|
|For The Young and Curious ...||49|
|For Parents ...||54|
|About the author||56|