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Nurturing the Shy Child By Barbara G. Markway

Nurturing the Shy Child
by Barbara G. Markway

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A manual for parents of shy children or teens who avoid social situations or experience inordinate levels of stress or self- consciousness when speaking in groups covers such treatment options as exposure therapy, relaxation techniques, breathing exercises, and writing exercises designed to help children overcome social anxiety.
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Nurturing the Shy Child Summary

Nurturing the Shy Child by Barbara G. Markway

How shy is too shy? This welcomed and helpful manual is for parents of children or teens who: Feel very shy and self-conscious in many social situations Fear asking questions in class or giving speeches Avoid group activities like clubs or parties Act distressed in certain social situations, has "butterflies" in their stomach, shaky hands, blushing, or dizziness Some examples of how parents can help their shy child: Exposure therapy Relaxation techniques Breathing exercises Writing exercises Clinical therapists Barbara Markway and Greg Markway provide parents with the latest information about social anxiety in children, practical guidance on how to help, and long-overdue hope.

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Nurturing the Shy Child Reviews

"I have been waiting for a book like this to be written. The special needs of shy children have been ignored for too long. The Markways share their tremendous understanding of childhood social anxiety, and have given us a gem of a book that every parent, teacher, pediatrician, and family friend of a shy child should read."- Murray B. Stein MD, MPH, co-author of "Triumph over Shyness: Overcoming Shyness & Social Anxiety" "The Markways understand that some children are just shy while many others experience the impairment of social anxiety, selective mutism and/or school refusal. They've created a practical guide for parents to help all such children to 'be all they can be.'" - Christine Stanley, Executive Director, Selective Mutism Group - Childhood Anxiety Network "This book should be required reading for all who work with shy children. Teachers will gain sensitivity toward the children and many techniques on how to better work with and support the children and their families. I wish this book had been available when I directed an early childhood program. It is easy to think back to how we could better have helped Jonathan, Alana, Brianna, Brian...."- Kathy R Thornburg Ph.D, Director of the Center for Family Policy & Research, University of Missouri "The Markways are wonderful writers who have demonstrated the realities that individuals suffering from anxiety endure. They have the unique ability to touch others by the stories in their book, and can explain the various anxiety disorders that enable a thorough understanding. I highly recommend this book!"- Elisa Shipon-Blum DO, President & Director, Selective Mutism Anxiety Research & Treatment Center; CEO & Executive Medical Director, Selective Mutism Group Childhood Anxiety Network, author of "Understanding Katie"

About Barbara G. Markway

Barbara G. Markway, Ph.D., is a psychologist and co-author of "Painfully Shy" and "Dying of Embarrassment." A nationally-recognized expert, she has appeared on Good Morning America and has been featured in "The New York Times, Prevention, Women's World, Shape," and other prominent national publications. Together with her husband, Greg, she was a part of an award-winning documentary, Afraid of People, which aired throughout the country. Dr. Markway practices in Jefferson City, Missouri where she is the director of The Anxiety & Stress Management Center of Mid-Missouri. Gregory P. Markway, Ph.D., co-wrote "Painfully Shy" with his wife, Barbara. He has been featured in national magazines such as "Health, Men's Health," and "Bottom Line Personal." Dr. Markway, also a psychologist, practices in Jefferson City and was previously an adjunct faculty member at the Washington University School of Medicine. When he's not helping others overcome their anxiety, he enjoys coaching youth baseball and offering sports enhancement services.

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Nurturing the Shy Child by Barbara G. Markway
Barbara G. Markway
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St Martin's Press
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