Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Help For the Anxious Child

This article is written for colleagues, but parents may also find it of interest:

http://www.pediastaff.com/blog/ot-corner-help-for-the-anxious-child-13415

5 comments:

The Mom said...

I found this information far more helpful than anything ever on this topic. My 17 year old does a wonderful job managing his many anxieties, but I believe I will be able to better direct us with this information. Thank you!

Irma C said...

Hi Loren,
I'm an OT in Canada. I am an OT working with kids who have feeding difficulties. Would it be possible to connect? By e-mail or scype?
Thanks
Irma
irma@childrensfeedingtherapy.com

Gillian in Wales said...

So glad you are posting. I have checked back every few weeks since your last post! And have directed people to your writings SO many times.

Thank you :-)

KiKi said...

Thank you so much for this informative post! I'm studying for the boards and got a question from boardvitals.com regarding anxiety in young people. I have it too, myself as an adult, so this post really put everything into perspective! Thank you so much!

Wally West said...

Our daughter is extremely terrified to go to her dentist. I don't really know why she is so scared. I have been to all of her appointments and she seems fine at the actual office. However, every time we mention the dentist or when we are en route, she is freaking out. We don't know how to help her and she won't talk to us about it.


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