Calm Your Child's Fear and Anxiety with Chicken Little
This new take on the children's classic Chicken Little is designed to help children identify and normalize their worries, fears, and anxieties and encourage mental health awareness and strategies for improved coping.
There are a few new mental health advocates in the barn filled with fun farm animals. There's a barn full of Chicken Little characters, but they don't want to come out. It's scary out there and they fear that the sky is falling! However, with a lot of teamwork and a little help from Chicken Little, together they can calm their fears and phobias. All they need are the right behavioral stress reduction tools!
Mental health for kids. Chicken Little is confronting common fears and helping children with anxiety in a charming way. Using beautifully illustrated, relatable farm animals from the Chicken Little story, Psychiatric Social Worker, Dr. Winchester-Vega offers ways to manage and normalize children's mental health and foster conversation and understanding. Inside, find coping skills, strategies, and two bonus resources for parents, educators and caregivers working with children with scared feelings.
If you enjoyed books like What to Do When You Worry Too Much, Wilma Jean, and Wemberly Worried, then you and your child will love Chicken Little, Come Out. The Sky is NOT Falling!
Dr. Michele Winchester Vega, D.S.W, LCSW-R, ACSW, is a psychiatric social worker trained at Columbia University and Yeshiva University. She has worked in clinical practice for over 35 years and has taught at Yeshiva University, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Orange County College and Marist College in the areas of psychology, sociology, and social work. Dr. Winchester Vega is the owner of a very successful practice in the Hudson Valley that employs over 30 mental health professionals. She has received accolades for her professional work and commitment to philanthropy. She is the author of many publications including a self published children's book she co-authored with her daughter titled, Are You My Sister?