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I Bet I Won't Fret (Workbook)

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A Workbook to Help Children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder We like to think of childhood as a carefree time, but for the many children with anxiety disorders it's anything but. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is one of the most common anxiety disorders in children. It causes intense worry and anxiety that can disrupt emotional, academic, and social development. The good news is that GAD is highly treatable and children can be taught to manage and even overcome it.

Category: Education/Classroom
Subcategory: Kindergarten - Gr. 7
Series: Anxiety/Panic/OCD
Author: Sisemore, Timothy

Publication Date: 02-03-2008
ISBN: 9781572246003
Pages: 152 | Height: 10 | Width: 8
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