Racing heart. Nausea. Trembling. These are just the physical symptoms of anxiety. Add to that panic, paralyzing fear, and self-doubt and a child is consumed with worry. With the proper care and treatment, a child with anxiety disorders can thrive. This book presents a balanced approach to treatment--from traditional to non-traditional drug and behavioral therapies to relaxation tricks and meditation. Additionally, this helpful guide helps parents determine the causes of their child's anxiety, decide whether medical treatment is necessary, talk with their children about anxiety, find the right counselor, and consult with teachers and school officials. With this guide, parents will have all the resources, tools, and information they need to help their child enjoy a happy, healthy, and well-adjusted childhood!Professional advice to help your child feel confident, happy, and secure Ilyne Sandas, Christine Siegel ... or the transition to college, your child may experience his first real sense of independence when he moves out of your ... Clarify guidelines for how often you will talk on the phone, and set limits if you feel either you or your child is too dependent on the contact. ... Remember, though, to ask before you offer, and respect your young adulta#39;s need for privacy and the right to establish aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Anxiety|
|Author||:||Ilyne Sandas, Christine Siegel|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2008-08-17|