Do you know a child who struggles with worry? Is fear holding them back from being the best they can be?
In A.B.C. Worry Free, author and neuroeducation consultant Noel Foy has developed an actionable approach to worry that will help children process everyday challenges and work through them.
“You’d be surprised what you can teach someone with the right attitude.”
“Do you think you could teach someone to worry less?”
Chris chuckled. “Absolutely. As long as they’re not afraid tolearn something new.”
With anxiety among children at double-digit growth, adults are looking for tools children can adopt into their daily practice to manage those feelings. Using a clear three-step plan to shift their perspective on anxious or fearful thoughts, children can regain control over the vicious anxiety cycle. A special section for adults provides evidence-based tips for helping children develop the skills necessary to face and overcome worries and fears.