The Resilience Recipe

A Parent's Guide to Raising Fearless Kids in the Age of Anxiety

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Pub Date 02 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 01 Nov 2021

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What can parents do to help their kids feel less anxious? In our increasingly uncertain world, helping children cultivate resilience is key. Written by pioneering experts in child psychology and anxiety, The Resilience Recipe offers parents of children ages 5 to 12 struggling with anxiety a proven-effective, evidence-based plan grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help kids build emotional resilience, manage the ups and downs of anxiety, worry less, approach life's challenges with confidence, and thrive in the face of modern stressors.

Help your child face all of life's challenges with confidence. Based on the innovative Coping Cat program, this book offers a proven-effective "recipe" for raising resilient kids!

We live in an age of anxiety. Amidst climate change and natural disasters, a troubled economy, and one of the largest global pandemics in modern history-is it any wonder our kids are anxious and stressed out? Add in the pressures inherent in social media and consumerist culture, as well as the pressure of academic success, and you've got a recipe for disaster. The good news is that you can help your child manage anxiety and stress-no matter what life throws their way. This book will show you how.

Written by two pioneering experts in child psychology and anxiety, The Resilience Recipe offers an evidence-based plan grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help kids build emotional resilience and adaptability, worry less, and thrive-despite the stressors of modern life. With this guide, you'll learn to help kids feel more in control of their moods and emotions; cope with difficult experiences; and recognize the first signs of stress and anxiety in both their mind and body, so they can find quick relief. You'll also discover a wealth of tips and strategies to help you manage your own anxiety.

Most importantly, you'll find a solid action plan to help your child feel strong and capable in the face of unprecedented challenges.

What can parents do to help their kids feel less anxious? In our increasingly uncertain world, helping children cultivate resilience is key. Written by pioneering experts in child psychology and...


Advance Praise

“One of the greatest sources of stress for parents is feeling unable to help their kids with stress. Thankfully, two leading experts have written an informative, practical book that will make it easier to understand—and support—children and teens with anxiety and depression.”
—Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Think Again and Option B

“In this timely masterpiece of a book, Khanna and Kendall give parents the tools to prevent, address, and overcome childhood anxiety. Building on decades of scientific evidence, and translating all of it into clear, practical steps that parents can use right away. It’s the closest thing to having the greatest minds in the field of childhood anxiety by your side, coaching you every step of the way!”
—Eli R. Lebowitz, PhD, associate professor at the Yale Child Study Center, and author of Breaking Free of Child Anxiety and OCD


“One of the greatest sources of stress for parents is feeling unable to help their kids with stress. Thankfully, two leading experts have written an informative, practical book that will make it...


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