Online Treatment for Anxiety in Children and Teens

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How to Address an Anxious Child’s Worries

You may feel concerned when your child expresses an unreasonable amount of worry. As children age, it's natural for them to become aware of more of the dangers of the “real world.” However, it's important for kids to understand that they don't need to worry about certain things. Learn how to discuss your child's anxieties in a healthy way.

Sleep, Your Child’s Anxiety, and How to Make it Better By Tonight

Sleep problems in children can be caused by anxiety or result in decreased tolerance to stress. Recent research points to several hidden causes parents need to know and shows how you can help you child get the rest they need.

Mindfulness or MBSR for Treating Child Anxiety

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and mindfulness practices have proven themselves highly beneficial for treating anxiety, panic attacks, and more. Learn what it is, the supporting research, and how it can be used to help treat child anxiety.

Making Time to Relax for Children With Anxiety

Children with anxiety need opportunities to actively LEARN to relax. Learn some great ways research shows you can help you anxious child improve their anxiety management skills.

Nature and Anxiety Series: How Connecting with Nature Improves Mental Health

How much time does your child spend outside on any given day? How much of this is unstructured time when they are free to explore the world around them? Research shows that providing plenty of unstructured time for your child to be surrounded by nature is a wonderful way to treat childhood anxiety and depression.

Making Time to Talk: The Importance of One-on-One Time

Would you like to carve out some more alone time to spend with each of your children but are not sure how to fit it into your busy schedule? Check out the following article that outlines the importance of one-on-one time with children and provides a few tips for getting started.

10 Ways to Strengthen the Parent-Child Relationship Through Positive Psychology

Does parenting some times feel like one never-ending power struggle? It doesn't have to be that way. By applying a few positive psychology concepts to your parenting style, you can improve the relationship that you have with your child with anxiety. Check out the following article to learn more!

I’m Bored…Why Boredom is Important to Your Child’s Development

No one likes the feeling of being bored, but the opportunity to experience boredom is essential to a child's development (especially a child with anxiety). When children's schedules are so full that they never have time to themselves, or they spend their down time watching television or video games, their creativity and problem solving capabilities can suffer the consequences.

Sleep and It’s Impact on Childhood Anxiety

Is your anxious child getting enough sleep? Children need more sleep than adults do and sleep deprivation is extremely likely to increase a child's anxiety symptoms. Check out this article to learn how much sleep your child should be getting, and what effects sleep deprivation has on a child's mind and body.