Group Therapy for Anxiety, Depression in Teenagers

We all know that social interaction is very important for teenagers. This concept may contribute to the success of group sessions for treating anxiety and depression in adolescents. Read more about it here!

Math Anxiety Can Be Passed to Your Children

Math anxiety is something a lot of kids deal with at some point. It can be a challenging and frustrating subject for some. But how much of the negativity about math is due to the adults' attitudes?

How a Stressed-out Pregnancy Can Lead to Childhood Anxiety

Anxiety in children, and even adults!, has been linked to conditions as far back as the womb. Find out what they are and how to combat them.

Mobile Application Helps Kids Deal with Anxiety

Children with anxiety disorders can struggle to cope with stressful situations that occur at school or at work. They often need extra care and patience from parents and teachers. Find out how a new application may help these anxious kids to cope.

How to Identify Anxiety in Your Child

Dealing with anxiety issues can be overwhelming, especially for a child. But how can you tell if a child is truly suffering from anxiety or if he or she is just feeling too much pressure? Find out more here.

How to Teach Anxious Children about ‘Stranger Danger’

Anxious children may already harbor anxiety and fear around strangers, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take the time to discuss the proverbial "stranger danger" and ways your child can stay safest.

Identifying Risk Factors for Panic Attacks in Teens

For most people, being a teenager is a challenge in and of itself. Having to worry about panic attacks in addition to the emotional and physical changes of adolescence can be overwhelming for a young person. In this article, we will explore the traits which predispose certain teens to panic attacks later in life.

Mental Health Worker Calls for Understanding of Childhood Shyness

As a parent, you want your child to enjoy a rich, healthy social life. Social interactions are especially important in a child's development. This is why many parents urge their shy children to be more outgoing. But is that really the right thing to do?

Offering Support to Your Anxious Child

Sometimes what an anxious child needs most is the support of his or her parents. By setting an example for your anxious child, you can help him or her to feel more at ease. Find out more about how to do that here.

How Praise and Labels Can Hurt Your Anxious Child

It's a parents prerogative to praise their anxious children or label them as "smart," and the children often very well deserve it. But how you dole out your praise and affix a label can play a big role in your child's later path to success. Read on for more.