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Taming Sneaky Fears starts with Leo the Lion's Story of Bravery. Leo is too shy, nervous, and scared to speak to other animals or his teachers-and he's definitely afraid of his own roar. With his mother's help, Leo learns that change takes patience, practice, and practical tools. Leo overcomes his anxiety by taming his Sneaky Fears, and even uses his newfound skills to help his friend, Ellie the Elephant, challenge her fear of heights and her need to always be perfectly perfect. The included Inside Leo the Lion's Den: How to Tame Your Sneaky Fears workbook outlines the techniques that helped Leo find his voice and overcome his shyness. These practices were developed by experienced child psychiatrists to help children who suffer intense anxiety, including those who are excessively shy, unable to speak in social situations, or fearful of new experiences and new people. Taming Sneaky Fears aims to help your young child become more aware of feelings and learn to cope with anxiety through fun, creative, and active exercises.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.26(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 6 Years|
About the Author
Dr. Diane Benoit and Dr. Suneeta Monga are child psychiatrists at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Kids and the University of Toronto. They work with young children to overcome their anxieties while giving their parents the resources to help. Dr. Benoit's and Dr. Monga's work in developing the "Taming Sneaky Fears" treatment program inspired them to write the children's story and companion workbook, Taming Sneaky Fears. They recognized the lack of current, user-friendly resources and so collaborated to provide instructions on how to cope with anxiety. With more than a decade of feedback from children, parents, and therapists, they refined Leo's story and ensured the activities presented in the workbook can be put into practice by young children.