The Panicosaurus, Managing Anxiety in Children Including Those with Asperger Syndrome
The Panicosaurus is a fun, easy-to-read storybook providing support for children who may experience worries or anxiety. The story follows the worries experienced by Mabel, and children reading the story may benefit from the strategies Mabel uses to banish her Panicosaurus.
Full of beautiful illustrations, children learn how to manage their own worry by following Mabel through her journey, and defeat her Panicosaurus.
The book also has a helpful introduction for parents, as well as a list of helpful relaxation techniques for parents to apply with their children to lessen their anxiety. These techniques can also be discussed with your child’s Psychologist.
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