Does your child suffer from anxiety or depression? Are you at a loss as to what to do about it? This navigational tool, written by eminent clinical psychologist Sam Cartwright-Hatton, gives guidance on what you can do to give your child the best chance of recovery, as well as offering insight into the often complicated system of mental healthcare.
Covering practical issues such as diet and routine, as well as more specialized medical information – from the professionals you might encounter to the prescriptions offered - this book is an A to Z guide for parents of anxious or depressed children and will help you maximize your child’s likelihood of a happy, confident future.
"This book provides parents with many practical ideas about how to cope with an anxious or depressed child"
– Paul Stallard - Paul Stallard, Professor of Child & Family Mental Health, University of Bath
"This book will be greatly appreciated both by parents looking for information and practical advice, as well as by child and adolescent mental health clinicians looking for a useful resource to recommend to families."
– James Murray - University of Surrey
"If you are a parent of an anxious child, or you work with anxious children, then this book will answer all your questions."
– Charlotte Wilson - Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of East Anglia