Carol Wulff, LSW, is a Licensed Social Worker and mother of a child with anxiety. Remembering how painful it was to witness her child’s mind racing just to get through the simplest of tasks, she vowed to one day write a book to help others learn how to tackle those annoying what-if thoughts. Cognitive reframing—seeing the same situation in a new way—empowered her child to manage the anxiety and approach new situations with confidence. She created William, the What-If Wonder to help children learn how to use their power to change their view and see past their worrisome thoughts. Carol lives in Medina, Ohio, with her husband and three children.
*Available for school visits, in Ohio. If interested or have any questions, email Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form below.
Margaret R. Mauzé, PhD, ABPP, is a board certified pediatric psychologist. She earned her PhD in clinical child and adolescent psychology from the University of Kansas in 2005. She achieved specialty board certification from the American Board of Professional Psychology in the area of clinical child and adolescent psychology in 2008. She worked at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for seven years before moving into private practice. She has special interest in working with children with acute and chronic medical illness and children struggling with anxiety and depression. She currently lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband and two children.
Clare Willett enjoys creating characters and bringing them to life! She has created city logos and enjoys sharing her artistic talents when needed. She is pursuing a career in zoology and wildlife management.