On this page you can find resources for teachers on child anxiety and behaviour. We also have resources for parents here.

Child Development 


Child Encyclopedia

Child Encyclopedia has brief, easy-to-follow articles written by experts on a range of topics relevant to child development. Fabulous resource, make sure you check it out: http://www.child-encyclopedia.com

Incredible Teachers: Nurturing Children’s Social, Emotional, and Academic Competence

Here you’ll find materials to download and informative articles for teachers written by Carolyn Webster-Stratton, the developer of the Incredible Years programs. Please see the Supplementals page for more materials that teachers will find useful in the classroom. See: http://incredibleyears.com/parents-teachers/for-teachers


Books for Teachers


Chalfant, A.M. (2011). Managing Anxiety in People with Autism: A Treatment Guide for Parents, Teachers & Mental Health Professionals. Bethesda. MD: Woodbine House.

Coplan, R. & Rudasill, K. (2016). Quiet at School: An Educator’s Guide to Shy Children. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Eisen, A.R. & Engler, L.B. (2006). Helping Your Child Overcome Separation Anxiety or School Refusal: A Step-by-step Guide for Parents. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Keogh, B. (2003). Temperament in the Classroom: Understanding Individual Differences. Baltimore, MD: Paul Brookes.

McClowry, S. G. (2014). Temperament-Based Elementary Classroom Management. New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield.


Merrell, K.W. & Gueldner, B.A. (2010). Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom: Promoting Mental Health and Academic Success. London: Guildford Press.


Riley, P.J., (2011). Attachment Theory and the Teacher-Student Relationship: A Practical Guide for Teachers, Teacher Educators and School Leaders. Abingdon: Routledge.


Rogers, B. (2015). Classroom Behaviour: A Practical Guide to Effective Teaching, Behaviour Management and Colleague Support. London: Sage.


Webster-Stratton, C. (2008). How to Promote Children’s Social and Emotional Competence. London: Sage.

University of Bath

Department of Psychology

Claverton Down

Bath, BA2 7AY

United Kingdom