Phoebe was fearful, she feared many things, big things, small things and almost everything in between.
She knew she was different to those around her and that her actions were unnecessary but at the same time she just had to respond to what was going on inside her mind, to stop something terrible from happening.
All Phoebe ever wanted was to be ‘normal’ just like all the other children in class but would her OCD stop her from leading the life that she so desperately wanted?
So many of us have a Phoebe in our class, our family or our lives…
This story explains so simply the needs and emotional difficulties that children with OCD face. Although this story is aimed at children – it will also help parents, carers and teachers. Louise’s personal and professional knowledge has helped her produce a book that sends out a powerful message to both help and support, sending out a positive theme to promote mental health and wellbeing.
– Fiona Miles – SENCo & ELSA