Children's book offers simple tips for kids 4 – 8 years of age
TORONTO, Sept. 7, 2016 /CNW/ - Anxiety is a growing epidemic, and patients showing the symptoms of stress are getting younger. Academic pressures, bullying and troubling news events can all impact children, resulting in emotional, mental or physical symptoms of anxiety. Witnessing the impact of stress on children first-hand, Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran was inspired to explore the interplay of the mind, body and spirit as it relates to children's health. Believing that education can help children better understand their feelings and their own ability to regulate their emotions, first-time author Dr. Kalaichandran wrote What's Wrong with Sunny?, a beautifully-illustrated book that explores the topic of stress and offers simple, age-appropriate strategies to help young readers improve their self-regulation skills, as well as equip them with tools that they will be able to use throughout their lifetime.
ABOUT DR. AMITHA KALAICHANDRAN (MSH, CPH, MD)
Training to be a pediatrican, Amitha obtained her medical degree at the University of Toronto and her Masters in Global Disease Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is board certified in public health by the National Board of Public Health Examiners, completed nutrition training through Kripalu Institute, and completed her mindfulness facilitator training through Mindfulness Without Borders.
SOURCE Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran