Episode 277

Many children with big emotions also experience symptoms of anxiety — at school, at bedtime, even in relationships with friends and siblings. It can be challenging for us to help our child when they’re worried, especially when it seems like most strategies aren’t effective. How can we make things better in the moment when children are experiencing symptoms of anxiety?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What’s going on in the brain during anxious moments
  • What’s most effective to focus on when a child is worrying 
  • Three actions we can take in the moment to help children move through anxious symptoms more quickly


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