My campaign to reduce anxiety in young children is now underway until January 31st, 2018. There are many rewards for donors including my new book: Surfing the Worry Imp’s Wave ~ Empowering Children to Understand and Overpower Anxiety, and it’s accompanying free Digital Discussion and Activity Guide. Now available on Kickstarter.
* Be one of the first 300 people to pledge and receive priority on an advanced hardcover copy of the book (and digital discussion/activity guide), and be eligible to receive a $15 savings off the regular retail price, as my thank you for your donation.
I would like to express my gratitude to Eric Langhjelm of VPG, for his passion to reduce anxiety in children and his generous support as a corporate sponsor for my campaign to promote the readership of my new children’s anxiety book, so that it will reach a wider audience and help decrease anxiety in young children.
What mental health experts are saying about: Surfing the Worry Imp’s Wave
“Stress is the #1 health epidemic of the 21st century and parents and children are feeling it! This valuable book provides playful, science-based strategies to combat the “Worry Imps” in our lives. Thank you Sharon for helping parents and professionals move the needle on the issue of our time.”
~ Dr. Shimi Kang, Psychiatrist, #1 Best-Selling Author of The Dolphin Parent
“Delightful! A lovely, engaging, beautifully illustrated children’s book based on the sound concepts and strategies of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Sharon also includes play and art activities to create more active learning. It’s the most in-depth and interactive children’s book on anxiety that I have seen. This is an excellent teaching tool for anxiety management.”
~ Dr. Glen Davies, Psychologist and Director of The ABLE Developmental Clinic
“Thank you Sharon for creating this book. I now understand why the children, I see in my office for anxiety, get better after attending your groups. Thank you for your work – you are making a great difference to anxious children and their families.”
~ Dr. Alena Ladki, Paediatrician
“This book is simultaneously a rich, colourful story and an excellent resource for the many children who struggle with anxiety. The tools Sharon teaches are practical and invaluable, for any parent or professional, to learn how to help anxious children calm their bodies and feel safe in the world around them.”
~ Nancy deVries, R.C.C., Child and Family Therapist
Hi! I’m Sharon Selby, a Registered Clinical Counsellor, and it’s my passion to support children, teens and families. For the last 20 years, I have accumulated over 10 000 clinical hours working with children and families experiencing diverse challenges and therefore have a broad range of experience to draw upon. If you need support with parenting, discipline, behaviour, sibling rivalry or have a child who is experiencing anxiety, social skill difficulties, low self-esteem, attachment issues, defiance, emotional dysregulation, school refusal, withdrawal or low motivation, please click below for me to connect with you.
Sharon’s Parenting Blog
View my portfolio of parenting articles on topics such as anxiety, attachment, self-regulation, education, discipline, behaviour and play.
Toddler to Teen Parenting Course
Is parenting more stressful than you had thought it would be? This online parenting course will support you with your struggles.
I have a lot of experience speaking to large groups on topics such as Anxiety, Emotional Resilience, Temperament, Discipline and more.
Sharon’s Private Practice
I offer individual counselling for your toddler to teen, play therapy, parenting support and groups for anxiety/self-empowerment.
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8 Common Mistakes to Avoid When
Your Child is Anxious
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I love to write blogs for this community of dedicated parents. I write my articles based on themes that come up in my work with families. My goal is to provide free, weekly, valuable content to support you on your parenting journey. Receiving comments such as the one below, motivate me to keep writing blogs every week:
Thank you Sharon. You don’t even know how brilliant your email articles and continual support are. I appreciate you and your wisdom so so much.