Magination Press Family is an initiative that brings together the expertise and resources of the American Psychological Association and its children’s book imprint, Magination Press. Our goal is to provide an authoritative online resource for parents, educators, and other caregivers seeking accessible information about stress and anxiety in children and teens.
Anxiety disorders affect up to 15 percent of children at some point during their formative years. While fear and worries are relatively common, the process of identifying, managing, and understanding persistent anxiety or worry that interferes with your child’s daily activities can be intimidating.
At Magination Press Family: Stress & Anxiety in Kids, you’ll find helpful, reliable guidance from the experts at APA, including trustworthy information about anxiety, as well as a catalog of books published by Magination Press that specifically address stress and anxiety in a kid-friendly manner.
About the American Psychological Association
APA is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, with more than 100,000 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants, and students as its members. Its mission is to advance the creation, communication, and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people’s lives.
About Magination Press
Magination Press is the children’s book imprint of the APA and features books written by mental health professionals and those who work closely with children and teens. Our books are written to help children understand their emotions and feelings, and offer extensive practical coping strategies. Our books are designed to lead children and their caregivers through an instructive process in which psychological concerns and challenges are confronted, understood, and dealt with in concrete ways. In our picture books, a comprehensive Note to Parents is usually included to provide parents with psychological background information and offer additional guidance to parents, therapists, social workers, and teachers who are engaging with anxious children.