How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This book demystifies the behavior of anxious toddlers and providestried-and-tested parenting approaches for tackling common anxiousbehaviors such as rigidity, flexibility, meltdowns, fears, phobias, andseparation anxiety. It also offers tools to help reduce anxietyrelating to everyday scenarios such as bath time, bedtime, toileting,sleep, and eating. Parents will walk away from this book with a betterunderstanding of the reasons for their toddler’s behavior andwith the tools to help their child develop lifelong copingmechanisms.
RELATED TOPICS: Parenting
Natasha Daniels is a child therapist who has workedwith young children for over fifteen years. She currently works inprivate practice in Phoenix, Arizona.
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