The Anxious Child: Booklet for parents

The Anxious Child: Booklet for parents

“The Anxious Child: Booklet for Parents” is a valuable resource designed to provide parents and caregivers with information and insights into understanding anxiety in children and young people. This booklet covers a range of important topics related to childhood anxiety, allowing parents to gain a deeper understanding of their child’s emotional well-being.

The booklet begins by exploring children and their emotions, providing an overview of how anxiety can manifest in young children and school-age children. It delves into the various reasons why children may experience anxiety, including factors within the family, at school, and outside the home and school environment.

The booklet offers guidance and strategies for parents to support their anxious child, providing helpful insights into what they can do to alleviate anxiety and promote emotional well-being. It covers the following topics:

  • Children and their emotions
  • Anxiety in young children
  • School age children
  • Why do children become anxious?
  • Physical illness and disabilities
  • Reasons within the family
  • Reasons at school
  • Reasons outside home and school
  • What to do


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