Exercise for Anxious Children – Why it Matters and How to Get Kids Moving

Studies consistently show that exercise and physical activity is one of the most effective ways to help reduce child anxiety and manage the stress today's child can struggle with. Learn what the research says about how and why exercise works for managing anxiety and some sneaky tricks to get your child more active and think it's FUN.

Too Much on Their Plates: Child Anxiety and Overscheduling

Children with anxiety can find well meaning parents filling their schedules with seemingly fun activities like sports, play dates, or dance lessons, but is it really what's good for them? Learn about the relationship between a busy lifestyle and anxiety, how to find the right balance for your child, and what activities are best out of all the options available.

Teens, Social Anxiety, and Substance Abuse

Adolescence is generally known as a period when social interactions are of the utmost importance. Teens are highly preoccupied by how others perceive them. For teens with social anxiety disorder, being liked and approved of by others seems even more important. Highly anxious teenagers can feel enormous pressure, so parents must know how to prevent poor coping behaviors.

Online Treatment for Anxiety in Children and Teens

Today, you can find just about anything online. Thanks to the Internet, people can buy services from all over the world, including therapy sessions. Come read about the innovative Australian therapy for children and adolescents with anxiety problems.

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.

Anxiety Relief for Children Dealing with Trauma

Young children are often comforted by a familiar object such as a warm blanket or a stuffed animal. It turns out that these traditional means of comfort may have real benefits for an anxious child's health. Read what law officers in Florida are doing to support the mental well-being of young victims.

Three Things to Help Prevent Social Rejection

Friends are vital for proper development of a child's social skills. Luckily, there are things parents can do to make sure their child isn't left out.

Math Anxiety Holds Back High-Achievers

Researchers from the University of Chicago are saying stress is hurting bright students anxious about math.

Tips to Help Your Child Cope With School-Related Anxiety

Going to school may sound easy, but many kids get stressed over their studies. As a parent, there are things you can do to help your children relax.