Publications & Resources
These books and others are available from our Resource Library in the Families First building.
Books on Various Diagnoses

10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD 2005 Overcome Chronic Distraction and Accomplish Your Goals
ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life 2002
Bipolar Kids 2007 Helping your child find calm in the mood storm
The Worried Child 2004 Recognizing anxiety in children and helping them heal
The PDR Family Guide to RX 2002 Drug Guide
Helping Your Anxious Child 2000 Guide for Parents
Transforming the Difficult Child 1998 The Nurtured Heart Approach
The Explosive Child 2005
Talking Back to OCD 2007
From Defiance to Cooperation 2001 Transforming the angry, defiant child

Books on Anger

Angry All the Time 2004 An emergency guide to anger control
Why Boys Don’t Talk and Why it Matters 2005 Parent’s Survival Guide
The Anger Busting Workbook 2005 Techniques for managing Anger
How to Get Organized Without Resorting to Arson 2003 Step by step guide
Rage—A Step by Step Guide to Overcoming Explosive Anger 2007
Beyond Anger 2000 A Guide for Men

General Parenting

Freddy Fights Fat 2004 Growing up happy
Personal Space Camp 2006
How Much is Enough? 2004 Steering clear of overindulgence
Say Something 2005 Standing up to bullies
Enemy Pie 2000
Lazy Robert 2006
Safety Activities for Kids 2004
Time-In 1999 When Time-Out Doesn’t Work
Outwitting Clutter 2002
The Words Hurt 1995 Helping children cope with verbal abuse
A Terrible Thing Happened 2000
A Family that Fights 1991
How to Get Organized Without Resorting to Arson 2003 Step by step guide
Achieving Success with Impossible Children 2005 How to Win the Battle of Wills
Raising Boys 1998 Why Boys are Different
Parenting with Love and Logic 2006
Grandparenting with Love and Logic 1994
Why Girls Talk—and What They’re Really Saying 2005 Parent’s Survival Guide
Sad isn’t Bad 1998 Good-grief guidebook
When Children Grieve 2001 For Adults to Help
When Someone Very Special Dies 1988 Children learning to cope with grief
Help Me Say Goodbye 1999 Activities for grieving kids