I’m starting a shorter series highlighting some need to know information about anxiety treatment. It’s called “anxiety shorts”.
We often make an assumption that people desire to be successful, that they seek information that supports how competent of a person they are, and
Whether you’re a parent whose child has difficulty attending school, or a school counselor or mental health professional trying to navigate this issue, you’re likely
Imagine for a second that your child suddenly stops going to school. What would you do? How would you try to get them out the house when they adamantly don’t want to? How would you stop them just playing video games or watching TV all day? How would you keep them up to date on schoolwork?
I have previously written how you can make exposures fun and use rewards to help your child engage in treatment with greater motivation. Now I want to write a brief follow-up about something I touched upon in those articles.
If you or your child experiences significant anxiety you’ll know how incredibly challenging it can be to manage. There is hope, as cognitive behavior therapy,