We have unique expertise in child and adolescent anxiety and related problems.
While anxieties are expected and normal in development, sometimes these emotions become severe and disrupt the lives of children and their family members. When this happens, families should seek help.
Some anxious children have constant thoughts and fears about their safety, refuse to go to school, or experience frequent stomachaches, headaches, or other physical problems. Anxious children typically seek constant reassurance, and their anxious feelings interfere at school, home and with friends.
Children who are excessively anxious may be afraid to meet or talk to new people. They worry about loved ones, school performance, health, and about making friends.
Other anxious children are afraid of specific things such as dogs, darkness, or needles, and these fears cause significant anguish.
We have conducted extensive research in the child anxiety area and can offer collaborative opportunities to implement our protocols in your clinic. Contact us for training and support.