What to Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming OCD

Pages: 96, Black & white
Size: 8 1/2" x 11"
Age Range: 6-12
Item #: 441A805
ISBN: 978-1-59147-805-8
List Price: $15.95
Copyright: 2007
Format: Softcover
Availability: In Stock
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Overview

Did you know that people have brain sorters that keep their brains from getting cluttered with unnecessary thoughts? Sometimes these brain sorters get mixed up, though, and brains get clogged with thoughts that really bother kids.

If that has happened to you, if it's hard for you to feel safe or sure of yourself because certain thoughts have gotten stuck, this book is for you.

What To Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck guides children and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques used to treat obsessive compulsive disorder. This interactive self-help book turns kids into super-sleuths who can recognize and more appropriately respond to OCD's tricks.

With engaging examples, activities, and step-by-step instructions, it helps children master the skills needed to break free from OCD's sticky thoughts and urges, and live happier lives. This What-to-Do Guide is the complete resource for educating, motivating, and empowering children to work toward change.

This book is part of the Magination Press What-to-Do Guides for Kids® series

About the Author
Dawn Huebner, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in Exeter, New Hampshire, specializing in the treatment of children and their parents.
About the Illustrator
The whimsical art of Bonnie Matthews appears in many children's books and magazines. She lives in Baltimore.
Reviews & Awards
  • A Gold NAPPA (National Parenting Publications Awards) Winner!
  • Moonbeam Children's Book Award for Activity Books (Silver)

This is a great book that will motivate and educate.
—Portland Book Review

Dr. Huebner tackles OCD in a way that is comprehensive, developmentally appropriate, and fun. This guide is an invaluable tool to demystify OCD and help children heal.
—Michelle Saidel, MD, clinical instructor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

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