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    Guides children and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques used to treat problems with sleep. This book tackles fears, busy brains, restless bodies, and overdependence on parents.

    The Interpersonal Theory of Suicide: Guidance for Working with Suicidal Clients

    Offers a framework for diagnosis and risk-assessment of a patient's entry into the dark and obscure mental world of suicidality, and for the creation of preventive and public-health campaigns aimed at the disorder. This book provides clinical guidelines for crisis intervention and for therapeutic alliances in psychotherapy and suicide prevention.

    Something Very Sad Happened

    When a loved one dies, it can be hard to know how to explain it to a young child, particularly if you are grieving the loss yourself. Sensitively written and gently illustrated, Something Very Sad Happened explains death in developmentally appropriate terms for two-and three-year-old childern. It reassures the child that it is okay to feel sad, and that love never dies. Ages 2-3

    Depression: A Teen's Guide to Survive and Thrive

    "A guidebook for teenagers who are depressed or at risk for depression, [discussing] depression and [providing] guidance on cognitive behavioral therapy principles to help teens take a problem-solving, strategy-based approach to deal with depressed moods, thoughts, and behavior"

    A World of Pausabilities: An Exercise in Mindfulness

    Told in rhyming verse and beautifully illustrated, A World of Pausabilities is an inviting introduction to mindfulness. Following a neighbourhood on a summer day, readers will learn how to apply mindfulness to simple, everyday moments, and how days are filled with endless possibilities to take a pause.

    What to Do When You Worry Too Much

    An interactive self-help book designed to guide 6-12 year olds and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of generalised anxiety. This book educates and motivates children to work towards change. It includes a note to parents by psychologist and author Dawn Huebner, PhD.

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