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How to Help Your Teen Manage Anxiety

Managing Anxiety

As a parent, getting help for your anxious teenager is a top priority. To help him or her live a happy, healthy life, you first have to open the lines of communication with your teen, discuss the need for professional help, and find a psychologist or other qualified mental health professional you both like.

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Therapy for Teens: A Guide to Getting Help for Your Anxious Teenager

Managing Anxiety

For teenagers especially, it’s important to involve them in the process of getting professional help, starting with the initial conversation about why therapy might be necessary.

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Identifying Anxiety Disorders: Separation Anxiety

Types of Anxiety

Generally speaking, it’s expected that a child, especially a young child, will get upset when leaving his or her parents, whether it’s for school, daycare, or a short time with a babysitter. In fact, as a parent, you may also feel a twinge of that same sadness and worry the first few times you have to leave your child in the care of someone else. So what factors elevate a child’s seemingly natural reaction to being separated from a parent to a more serious anxiety disorder?

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Read More about Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness is one way that children and teens can learn to cope with stress and enhance their overall mental health.

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Looking for a Psychologist?

Getting the help of a trained, licensed professional may be the best thing for your child. The APA’s Psychologist Finder can help you locate a therapist in your area.

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