How to Help Your Anxious Child Enjoy the Holidays

Anxious children can become even more stressed-out during the holidays. Here's how to

Go Out and Play: Benefits of Physical Activity for Anxious Children

Summertime's lazy days can take a huge toll on your anxious child's mental health. Get them moving and you may see their anxiety improving!

Help for Anxious Children with OCD: Ten Turtles on Tuesday

Millions of people suffer from OCD, with symptoms often showing up in childhood. Help your child cope with a new book by school psychologist Ellen Flanagan Burns that tells the story of a girl who overcame her obsessions and compulsions.

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 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.

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.

How a Stressed-out Pregnancy Can Lead to Childhood Anxiety

Anxiety in children, and even adults!, has been linked to conditions as far back as the womb. Find out what they are and how to combat them.

How to Teach Anxious Children about ‘Stranger Danger’

Anxious children may already harbor anxiety and fear around strangers, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take the time to discuss the proverbial "stranger danger" and ways your child can stay safest.

School Made Easier: An Strategy Guide for Your Anxious Child

The mere thought of going to school can start anxiety creeping into your anxious child's soul. Check out a new book that offers tips on alleviating anxiety and transforming school into a fun and educational place.

What Your Anxious Child’s Stomach Ache Could Really Mean

Your child's stomach ache may stem not from something he ate but from the anxiety he's feeling. Check out more info on the anxiety to pain link and what you can do to help.