How to Recognize and Support A Child With Anxiety

Even in the best of situations, all children experience some worries and fear. Fear in children might look like anger, or might be expressed in baffling symptoms, or extreme shyness. And sometimes it looks exactly like what it is – anxiety.

How can a parent know if their child is struggling with anxiety? And then what? Caregivers can feel helpless in the face of stubborn fears that are not shifted by reassurance and encouragement. This presentation will give parents or caregivers practical ideas to help their worried or anxious child.

For more information contact your local Family Services Staff.