Sometimes there is a reset, but it tripped for a reason. Sometimes they put a low-pressure trip on the pump so it doesn't sit there and pump air if the water level is too low. If you have one, there will be a small lever on the control you can hold momentarily while the pump (tries) to build up pressure. If that is what happened, then you may have a well level that is too low.
Some motors have a thermal reset and will start to work once they cool off. The pressure switch could be shot and not making contact. A wire could be broken. Or, the pump could be running, but not actually pumping any water because of a cracked pipe, or several other possibilities.
One of the people that works on wells and pumps will likely have some maybe more useful suggestions. The CB could be shot, too. Do you own a multimeter? If not, you might want to buy one. They often go on sale at Sears, HD, etc. for less than $15, and you can buy one for not much more anytime.