Lots of children can “hold it together” at school. How can we help children lower their buzz and not explode?
It's not as though I chose to be terrified of other people or want to bow out of most social events. But I'm learning to conquer the fear.
Flying can trigger anxiety in many people, kids and adults alike. Using these childhood anxiety expert approved approaches, you can ease the fears.
Grappling with anxiety is hard enough on our own. But we owe it to our kids to parent through the fear and give them the experiences they deserve.
Yes, fine. They're three times the work, and three times the cuteness, but what else triples with triplets?
By age 15, girls are six times more likely to have an anxiety disorder than boys. How do you recognize it? How can you help?
For kids who worry, even a fun vacation can be a source of stress. Here are a handful of ways you can ease the what-if's.
Medical procedures can be scary for anyone. Kids, especially. Keeping these things in mind can make it easier on everyone.
As a Child and Family Therapist, the concern I hear most is “I think my child may have anxiety, and I’m not sure how to help." Here are research-based tips.