Is your child constantly worrying about everything?
Is he saying ‘what if’ all the time?
Is she always worried that something bad will happen to her parents?
Is your child unaware that these imagined catastrophes are unlikely to come true?
Some children are very sensitive and internalize many worried thoughts and feelings. Children who worry a lot may have a sensitive temperament.
In some cases, a child may have what psychologists call “generalized anxiety.”
The good news is that while anxiety is often readily contagious among family members, anxiety is highly treatable.
Family strategies, as well as individual supports for your child, can make a big difference for anxious kids.
The other good news is that www.cleape.com has a variety of free resources that address anxiety.
Written by licensed clinical psychologists, www.cleape.com guides families to the resources they need to get help for their kids!
The information is free, reliable, and accessible.
Here are a few articles about anxiety in children.
Additionally, CLEAR Child Psychology can help.
CLEAR launched this summer with the mission to help 1 million families take a clear leap forward and find the right help for their kids’ mental health, developmental and educational needs.
Consultations can be scheduled quickly, sometimes within the same day. The cost is $99 for an hour of personalized time with experts focused on helping your family succeed.
CLEAR can help. Receive expert strategies and direction to resources for your child quickly and from the comfort of your own home.
We will help you take a CLEAR LEAP forward!