Author(s): Allison Edwards
Using simple explanations and case examples, Edwards breaks childhood anxiety down to its simplest form, avoiding jargon. The second section reveals 10 dynamic parenting tools. The tools are practical, easy to understand, and can be implemented immediately. Parents will be able to grasp how anxiety works and what effect it has on kids, better understand how smart children think, and become less reactive and overwhelmed when their child worries. Parents can spend 15 minutes learning how to implement a tool and put it into place the same day.
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 counseling 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.