When you have an anxious child, it’s common for them to ask repeated “what if” questions in attempt to manage their anxiety. This leaves parents answering the same worry questions over and over. This can be frustrating for parents. It also continues to feed the worry cycle. Watch this video to learn how to put an end to reassurance seeking behavior.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is considered the gold standard of treatment when it comes to treating anxiety disorders. It is relatively short-term and proven to be effective. Watch this video to learn about how this therapy approach is used with anxiety disorders.
A cognitive coping card is a portable and physical card you can make to help crush anxiety. In this video, learn about what a cognitive coping card is, how it helps, and what to put on it.
Nostril breathing is simple breathing exercise you can do to help with anxiety, panic, or preparing to meditate. Check out this video for a demonstration!