Anxiety is familiar to many of us, yet it isn’t always easy to recognize when a child is feeling anxious. Anxiety goes beyond shyness or nervousness. So how do you know if your child is feeling anxious? And how can you help?
Often, it’s difficult to focus on the present moment. In this tenuous time, anxious thoughts can distract us from what is currently going on in our lives. Mindfulness is an essential practice for anxious times. It helps us combat anxiety and maintain a level head so that we can make effective decisions.
It’s no secret that children and adolescents are complex. When your child is struggling, finding the source can feel impossible. A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation can help. Get clarity on the unique issues your child is facing and find their path to success.
Progress is like climbing up a ladder to an improved life, except the climb is not always smooth. Teens can feel stuck in the same place or even like they’re taking steps backward. Research shows that DBT could be the answer teens need in order to take meaningful steps forward.
You may have heard of DBT. Maybe it was through a provider who recommended it for your teen or maybe you heard celebrities like Lady Gaga and Selena Gomez praise their experiences with it. If you’re searching for answers about DBT and how it works, we’re here to help.
Organizational skills need to be taught to children, and one of the most effective ways to encourage this is to help your student develop a routine. By addressing important areas like tracking assignments, managing materials, time management, and task planning, you can help your child stay on top of their school routine, whether it’s at home or in-person.