When worry about how you appear to others, and fear of embarrassment, get in the way of functioning
For teenagers who are shyer than they'd like to be, some strategies for beating social anxiety.
When children struggle with anxiety disorders, they can experience distress and dysfunction in every sphere of life. Despite potential to achieve in school and the desire to form strong, rewarding relationships with family and friends, their symptoms can interfere with their abilities, needs and dreams. The Child Mind Institute’s Anxiety Disorders Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the full range of anxiety disorders and our clinicians feel comfortable treating the most difficult cases.
How heavy Instagram and Facebook use may be affecting kids negatively
Experts say kids are growing up with more anxiety and less self-esteem
Why they are more vulnerable than boys, and what signs and symptoms you should look for
How to help kids manage worries and have a successful start to the school year
How a meditation practice can help kids become less anxious, more focused