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!

Is Your Anxious Child Violent and Angry? Perhaps Gratitude Can Help

When your anxious child lashes out in anger and violence, you may want to skip the lecture and go for a gratitude list instead. Several studies tell you why.

The Parents Guide to Teaching Mindfulness to Children with Anxiety

Want an anxious child that is calmer, more serene and has fewer fears and less anxiety? Mindfulness may be just what you need. Read on to learn what it is, how to practice it and how to pass it along to your children.

DSM-5 Danger: What Happens to Your Anxious Child when ‘Normal’ Grief becomes Clinical Depression

Normal grief and clinical depression may be totally different issues, although the DSM-5 now has the power to treat them as one in the same. Read to learn of the detrimental impact this may have on you and your anxious child.

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.

How to Find Treatment Options in Your Area

One of the most difficult steps when trying to find help for your anxious child or teen is deciding where to go. How do you know who to trust? And how can you make sure your child is getting the best care possible? By doing some research in advance, you can ensure your child will have a chance to enjoy a healthier life.

Getting Your Anxious Child the Right Help: The Problems and The Plan

Getting your anxious child the right help can be confusing and overwhelming. Learn more about what your options are, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and the importance of having a plan that allows you and your child to start closer to the finish.

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.

Chasing Happiness: 7 Steps to a Happier and Less Anxious Child (Part Three)

Kids aren't anxious when they're too busy being happy. In this 3-part series "Chasing Happiness", we'll show you 7 steps you can start to take TODAY for happier, less anxious kids!

Your Anxious Child’s Teachers and School: Their Role and Your Rights

If your child is struggling with anxiety at school, working with and forming a partnership with their teachers and school can be critical. Learn the steps to take and your rights as a parent.