How to Promote Positive Behavior in Anxious Children

Anxious children may have a challenging time developing a strong sense of self, and how your respond to their positive behaviors can promote that development - or not. Check out helpful dos and don'ts.

Why Anxious Children May be Prone to Lying

Lying is certainly not an admirable trait, yet anxious children may be prone to it. It's often not out of craftiness or malice, but rather because of fear. Read on for more.

Narcissism vs. Child Anxiety and Why Both Are on the Rise

More young people and children today suffer from anxiety and narcissism than ever before. Find out how these two disorders are linked and what may be behind them.

How to Help Your Anxious Child be More Confident and Outgoing

Anxious children can be shy and introverted children, but you can help your anxious child boost his or her confidence and enjoyment of life with a few helpful suggestions.

How Does Stress Affect A Child’s Brain?

A child does not usually know how to deal with stress and anxiety. This is why many kids will just scream or cry when upset. But how does sustained anxiety affect a child over time?

Therapy for Anxious Kids…At School?

Most of a child's time is spent in school, so it makes sense that some mental health professionals are looking in to how to introduce treatments for anxious children in a school setting. Find out how school-based treatments fare in treating anxiety in kids.

What’s Happening in the Brain of an Anxious Teen?

Advances in science and technology are allowing researchers to learn more than they ever have about anxiety in the brain. Find out what UCLA is finding in teens who have anxiety disorders.

How to Help Your Anxious Child with Digital Addiction

If your anxious child has fallen victim to digital addiction, intervention may be wise. Check out tips for the recommended 72-hour digital detox.

Anxiety in Teens with Bipolar Disorder

When multiple mental health conditions affect one person, it can be very difficult to cope with the effects and treat the various symptoms. How does anxiety affect teenagers who have bipolar disorder? Read to find out.

Is Your Anxious Child Addicted to His iPad?

As with anything else that can create an obsession, compulsion and crowd out everything else in a person's life, anxious children can indeed become addicted to technology. Check out the warning signs.