Bullying and Your Anxious Child: Part 1 of 3

Anxious children may have it tough on many levels, and one of those levels is the realm of bullying. Our three-part series on bullying and your anxious child may open your eyes as well as provide steps you can take to protect your child from this potentially deadly practice.

Using Guided Imagery and Meditation to Help Child Anxiety

Vacations can soothe the body, mind and soul, and meditation-based guided imagery can give you and your anxious child an instant vacation with lasting benefits. Read on to learn more!

Teaching Your Anxious Child to Calm Themselves with Their Breath

Diaphragmatic breathing, also called "belly breathing," is not some strange or foreign concept. It's the natural way our bodies were meant to breathe and it can do wonders to help your anxious child calm down and eradicate stress. Read more to find out about this awesome tool.

How to Use Sounds with Meditation to Calm Your Anxious Child

Chanting "Om" during meditation is certainly not a requirement! But you may find incorporating hums, chants and other sounds into your session can help you and your child enjoy and deepen your practice.

Meditation Myths that Can Hinder You and Your Anxious Child

You've heard meditation can bring extreme benefits for you and your anxious child, but you've also heard dozens of myths that make it seem impossible. Stop believing them and start reaping the benefits with help from this post!

The Complete Guide to the 2013 DSM-5 and What the Changes Mean to You and Your Anxious Child

A revised psychiatrist's "bible," or DSM-5, is making its official debut in May. Controversy has long been swirling around the changes, which could have an impact on the mental health care you and your anxious child receive.

Preparing to Seek Treatment for Your Child with OCD

If you're thinking about getting your child treated for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, there may be a few things you need to know beforehand. Treatment won't be easy, and it can be made even more difficult when your child refuses to follow the rules. Learn what you should do to prepare yourself and your child for treatment.

New App for Treating OCD and Anxiety

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or OCD, can be incredibly difficult to deal with. Parents of a child with OCD often have trouble deciding how to help their son or daughter. One interesting new treatment form for OCD is an electronic application. The innovative "app" has some unique features that may be worth looking into. Find out more about it here.

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.

Watch Kids Talk About their Childhood Anxiety

Do you wish that you knew what it was like for someone you love who is living with childhood anxiety? Take a look at this video, in which several children talk about how anxiety affects their day-to-day life. You will hear from children of all ages and will walk away with a better idea of what the inner dialogue of a child with anxiety might sound like.