Computers Used to Relieve Anxiety in Children

Is there a treatment which works as well for children with anxiety as medication? It seems that there may be one in the near future! New research from the University of Israel may lead to a computer-based treatment for children who suffer from anxiety disorders. Learn more about how the program works.

Emotion Detectives Treatment Protocol: A New Option for Childhood Anxiety

A new program entitled Emotion Detectives Treatment Protocol might provide your family with a treatment option for overcoming your child's anxiety. EDTP combines several techniques, including parent training, that have proven successful when treating children with anxiety. The program is also promising for children who have symptoms of depression as well as anxiety.

How Anxiety Disorders Influence Adolescent Behavior

Recognizing the signs of an anxiety disorder early is very important for successful treatment. Studies have shown the negative effects late diagnosis of an anxiety disorder can have. For children who struggle with anxiety problems without receiving the help they need, the risks for problems in the teen years is much greater.

Honest Talk About Suicide

If you have reason to suspect that your adolescent with anxiety may be experiencing suicidal thoughts, then you will want to give this article a read. The author offers tips for talking with teenagers who appear depressed, as well as some startling statistics that you might not know about teen suicide.

The Relationship Between Sugar and Childhood Anxiety

Could sugar be a major culprit when it comes to your child's anxiety? Sugar comes in various forms and is not always easy to identify when reading ingredient labels. Learn about the relationship between sugar consumption and anxiety, and what you can do to ensure that your child's diet is not contributing to their struggle with anxiety.

Recognizing Depression in Teenagers

Has your anxious child suddenly grown into a withdrawn and isolated teenager? If so, you might want to check out this resource that outlines the symptoms, that might signal depression, to watch out for in a teenager. Examples include a sudden drop in school performance and changes in a child's social circle.

Intermittent Explosive Disorder Common in Teenagers

Does your teenager's anger level concern you? As many as 2 out of 3 teenagers report that they have experienced attacks of anger that feel uncontrollable. Adolescents with Anxiety might be more prone to intense feelings of anger. Read on to discover what level of anger is normal for most teenagers.

Girls Are More Susceptible to Math Anxiety

Does math anxiety in children affect one gender more than the other? A new study conducted at Cambridge University suggests that females are more susceptible to a drop in performance due to anxiety. Working to combat math anxiety early on might be a key component of increasing the number of women that pursue math or science related careers.

Minimizing Back-to-School Anxiety

Is your child feeling anxious about the upcoming school year? With summer more than half-way over, many children are experiencing school anxiety when they think about returning to a structured social environment. Read all about back-to-school anxiety and how you can help your child reduce the stress and anxiety that they are feeling.