"COPING CAT" Program for ANXIOUS youth:
In this treatment programme, each child is issued her/his own copy of a workbook in which they are asked to answer questions and address problems using the problem-solving strategies; the therapist can use either the individual, group, or family therapy manual, which include guidelines for implementing the programme.
COPING CAT WORKBOOK , Philip Kendall
Sixteen therapy sessions promote coping skills for dealing with anxiety. A Coping Cat Notebook is also provided with each workbook so that each child can write journal entries for each assignment.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR ANXIOUS CHILDREN: Therapist Manual
This manual for the therapist provides an overview of the general strategies used in the treatment of anxiety in children that is provided in the "Coping Cat Workbook". There is a chapter devoted to each session that appears in the "Coping Cat Workbook", with explanations of an rationale for the activities, and tips for the therapist in working with anxious youth.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR ANXIOUS CHILDREN: Therapist Manual for Group Treatment , Ellen Flannery-Schroeder and Philip C. Kendall 1996, 73 pages
This treatment manual describes an 18-session group therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders in children and young adolescents. The goal of the treatment is to provide children with the necessary skills to successfully cope in a variety of anxiety-provoking situations, and the program contains both a skill-building segment and a practice segment. It is for use with the "Coping Cat Workbook".
COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL FAMILY THERAPY FOR ANXIOUS CHILDREN: Therapist Manual 2nd edition
This manual for the therapist describes a 16-session, family-based therapy for use with children with a problem with severe anxiety. The programme adds a family perspective to cognitive-behavioural strategies and is used with the "Coping Cat Workbook".