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Assessing and Treating Anxiety Disorders in Young Children
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Chapter 1. Anxiety Disorders in Young Children.- Chapter 2. Screening and Assessment Tools for Young Anxious Children.- Chapter 3. Innovative Assessment Approaches for Young Anxious Children.- Chapter 4. Current Evidence-Based Management.- Chapter 5. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: Development and Refinement.- Chapter 6. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: Theoretical Framework, Requirements for Implementation, and Program Overview.- Chapter 7. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: Introduction Session.- Chapter 8. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: How to Be a Feeling Catcher and the Boss of My Body.- Chapter 9. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: How to Be a Trick Catcher and the Boss of My Brain.- Chapter 10. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: How to Climb Bravery Ladders and How to Manage Excessive Worries.- Chapter 11. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: The Pivotal Role of Parents.- Chapter 12. The Taming Sneaky Fears Program: Working with Daycare and School Professionals.- Chapter 13. Conclusions and Future Directions.

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Suneeta Monga, M.D., FRCPC, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. She is Medical Director of the Psychiatry Ambulatory Services and Associate Psychiatrist-in-Chief at the Hospital for Sick Children, as well as a Project Investigator in the Research Institute at the Hospital for Sick Children. Her research, educational, and clinical activities focus on assessment and treatment of child and youth anxiety disorders with a special focus on anxiety disorders, including selective mutism, in four- to seven-year-old children and cognitive behavioral therapy as a treatment modality for anxiety and mood disorders. She has published in peer-reviewed scientific publications and has made numerous presentations on related topics across North America and abroad. She is the original developer of the Taming Sneaky Fears Program and has led the empirical research of the program. She is a co-author of the children's story and companion workbook, Taming Sneaky Fears - Leo the Lion's story of bravery & Inside Leo's den: The workbook (and the French translation), Apprivoiser les Peurs-pas-fines - L'histoire de bravoure de Leo le lionceau & Dans la taniere de Leo : le cahier de travail).Diane Benoit, M.D., FRCPC, is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, Project Investigator in the Research Institute at the Hospital for Sick Children, and Staff Psychiatrist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her research, educational, and clinical activities focus on child-caregiver attachment relationships, the impact of violence, abuse, neglect on children, trauma-focused and attachment-focused assessments and interventions, caregivers' perceptions and subjective experience of their children and relationship with them, and the assessment and treatment of four- to seven-year-old children with anxiety disorders. She has published in peer-reviewed, scientific publications and other publications, and has made numerous presentations related to these various topics across North America and abroad. She is the lead author of the children's story and companion workbook, Taming Sneaky Fears - Leo the Lion's story of bravery & Inside Leo's den: The workbook (and the French translation, Apprivoiser les Peurs-pas-fines - L'histoire de bravoure de Leo le lionceau & Dans la taniere de Leo : le cahier de travail).

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