Books

Books for caregivers

Please, find here a few books that may help you to understand your child’s pain better and to guide you to provide best support for your child. Please let us know which book we are missing using the comment box on our feedback page .

 

Relieve: Your Child’s Chronic Pain

Elliott J. Krane, MB.D. and Devorah Mitchell

 

Making Cancer less Painful

A Handbook for Parents

Patrick McGrath, Allen Finley & Catherine Turner


Pain in Children and young adults – The Journey Back to Normal. Two Pediatricians’ Mind-Body Guide for Parentsby Lonnie K. Zeltzer and Paul M. Zeltzer, Shilysca Press, Apr. 30, 2016382 pages
When Your Child Hurts: Effective Strategies to Increase Comfort, Reduce Stress, and Break the Cycle of Chronic Pain

by Rachael Coakley, Yale University Press Health & Wellness, 1st edition, ISBN-13: 978-0300204650, ISBN-10: 0300204655

 

Books for children and youth

Please, find here a few books that may help you to understand your pain better and to guide you to improve. Please let us know which book we are missing using the comment box on our feedback page .

Be the Boss of Your Pain: Self-Care for Kids

by Timothy Culbert, Rebecca Kajander 2007

The self-care skills in this book do not replace health care professionals, but they do help kids learn what they can do to take care of themselves.

Imagine a Rainbow: A Child’s Guide for Soothing Pain

by Brenda Mile

Pain, Pain, Go Away: Helping Children with Pain

by Patrick McGrath, Allen Finley & Judith Ritchie

 

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Explained For Teenagers, By Teenagers

by G. R. Lauder & Roslyn Massey, Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2010

Workbooks

  • Start Where You Are, Meera Lee Patel
  • Put Your Worries Here, Lisa M. Schab
  • Gratitude Journal
  • The Chronic Pain & Illness Workbook for Teens, Rachel Zoffness
  • The Resilience Workbook for Teens, Cheryl M. Bradshaw

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: August 7, 2020