School Phobia, Panic Attacks and Anxiety in Children (Paperback)
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School Phobia, Panic Attacks and Anxiety in Children (Paperback)

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Paperback 272 Pages / Published: 15/07/2003
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Many children are challenged by anxiety at some time in their school career. Bringing together knowledge from her years of teaching and parenting, Marianna Csoti shows how parents and professionals can help children aged five to sixteen move away from the negative thoughts and behaviour that contribute to school phobia.

As well as tackling specific problems of bullying, separation anxiety, social phobia and panic attacks, the author provides information on current therapies and medication for the severely affected and on what to do if the child regresses. The advice can also be used to help guard against another sibling developing school phobia.

This positive and practical book is packed with information and guidance for parents, carers, teachers and other child-support professionals, on dealing effectively with the difficulties of children whose lives are being adversely affected by this distressing and very real condition.

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781843100911
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 422 g
Dimensions: 231 x 155 x 14 mm


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the book "school phobia, panic attacks and anxiety in children - by Marianna Csoti" was the most useful resource in terms of giving parents real and practical advice on how best to deal with the problem.

This book is laid out in an easy to read format and outlines all the main topics relating to school phobia. It provides a very real and very human approach to treating school anxiety and phobia and certainly increased my understanding of the subject immensely. Not only does it empower parents to take an active role in their child's recovery it also gives social workers, teachers, and other professionals, a very real insight into some of the hurdles that parents and children must overcome.

I highly recommend this book to anyone working with young people in schools and especially to parents who want to really understand all aspects of school phobia and how to make their children's journey through school a little easier.

-- Amazon

It is broken down into readable segments, which fit together as a whole, but also work as standalone chapters, something all readers will find helpful.

For parents with a child going through problems, this book will be invaluable in showing them that they are not alone. Csoti - whose own child experienced school phobia - gives examples of places where families can find support as well as highlighting what parents and children can do to help themselves.

-- ChildrenNow
The author tackles specific problems such as bullying, separation anxiety, social phobia and panic attacks. She provides advice on current therapies for the severely affected. -- Autism Us
Bringing together knowledge from her years of teaching and parenting, Marianna Csoti shows how parents and professionals can help children aged five to sixteen move away from the negative thoughts and behaviour that contribute to school phobia.This positive and practical book is packed with information and guidance for parents, carers, teachers and other child-support professionals, on dealing effectively with the difficulties of children whose lives are being adversely affected by school phobia and related anxieties. Photocopiable pages are provided for parents and professionals to give to the child's teacher to aid understanding of this distressing and very real condition. -- Don't Panic
As the incidence of school phobia increases, this book provides a helpful exploration of issues causing anxiety in schoolchildren. An excellent source of guidance on dealing with school phobic children, this book will be useful to parents, carers, teachers and other professionals working with children. -- childRIGHT

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