Media and Reviews for Parenting Through the Storm by Ann Douglas

Media coverage for and reviews of Parenting Through the Storm by Ann Douglas, a comprehensive and reassuring guide to parenting a child who is struggling with a mental health, neurodevelopmental, and/or behavioral challenge. 

US and International Edition
(September 2016, Guilford Press)

This deeply personal account will move, support, and inspire parents who feel lost in dealing with challenging children.
— Publishers Weekly, October 24, 2016
All of the information in this book is absolutely invaluable to families, particularly those who feel disempowered and overwhelmed. Douglas’s approach to supporting families is compassionate, pragmatic, and immediately applicable.
— Empathic Parenting

Tilt Parenting Podcast: Ann Douglas on Understanding and Combatting and Negative Stigmas Surrounding Neurodiversity
Interview with host Debbie Reber about how stigma makes life harder for parents and kids

Parent of a Child Who is Struggling? Here are 7 Things Other Parents Want You to Know
Guest post for Hey Sigmund psychology blog

Michele Borba's review of Parenting Through the Storm

Seven Surprising Facts About Emotion That Every Child Needs to Know by Ann Douglas
Guest post for Confident Parents, Confident Kids blog

Three Powerful Ways to Help a Struggling Child
Guest post for Roots of Action education blog

Strategies for Managing Stress
Guest post for Susan Newman's psychology blog

Parenting Through the Storm: How Restorative Narrative made it possible for me to tell my family’s story by Ann Douglas
Guest post for Images and Voices of Hope (ivoh) blog

Author Ann Douglas on How to Help Boys with Mental Health Challenges
Interview with

What I'm Reading: Parenting Through the Storm
Review by Empathic Parenting

Interview with Stephanie Erickson of the Caregiver's Circle podcast
Part I of a two-part interview: Parenting tips for those raising a child with a mental illness.


Canadian Edition
(January 2015, HarperCollins Canada)

Whether you have a child with a diagnosis, have a child who you think might need one, or are just dealing with the fatigue, anxiety, and parental guilt of, well, being a parent, this book can help....You will find yourself reflected somewhere in these pages.
— Jenna Morton,
[Parenting Through the Storm] offers advice on how parents can be advocates for their child to get a timely diagnosis and treatment. And how to save one’s own sanity in the process.
— Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press
With her new book Parenting Through the Storm, Douglas becomes an important voice in the national conversation on youth mental health.
— Marc and Craig Kielburger, Postmedia News, February 23, 2015