Sherianna Boyle – Anxiety in Children and Adolescents
Identify Anxious Kids and Adolescents
The value of worry?
Behavioral patterns and physical symptoms
Recognize the “silent sufferer”
Identify causes and contributing factors
When Anxiety Overlaps Other Mental Health Conditions and Issues
Anxiety as a “gateway problem”
Shyness and introversion
Undiagnosed learning disabilities
Paralysis of perfection
Practical Steps for Alleviating Anxiety:Techniques to Calm Reactivity and Build Resiliency
Trigger identification – emotional memory and reactivity
Harness the natural mindfulness of children
Exercises to calm reactivity
Simple yoga for kids
Breathing strategies to bring physical calm
Ground with the senses
Exercises that use the body to ease anxiety
”Make Way for Movement”
Coping and self-soothing skills
”Letting Go Rituals”
”Heart Opening Visualization”
How to handle conflict
Nourish relationships and gratitude
Research limitation and risks
Simple but Effective Complementary Approaches
Exercise and physical activity
The role of nutrition in anxiety
Sleep routine and ritual
Empower Kids to Overcome School-Based Anxiety
How to counter negative rehearsal
Tips and tactics to address:
Bullies and gossip
The environment of anxiety
How you might be contributing to anxiety
Build a supportive environment
Transitions: planning for the “unplanned”
It’s a family affair – working with parents
Discipline without increasing anxiety
De-escalate interactions with anxious children
How to use logical and natural consequences
Would you like to receive Sherianna Boyle – Anxiety in Children and Adolescents ?
You know that the symptoms of anxiety can feel like a powerful storm to kids and adolescents…fearful and negative emotions raging inside them lead to overreaction, fretting, blame and overwhelmed outbursts.
This heightened state of reactivity can make anxious children and adolescents difficult for you to reach, keeping them from achieving positive outcomes in therapy, and preventing them from effective learning from school.
This recording will allow you to calm the reactivity of anxious kids and adolescents and provide you with the strategies and techniques you need to help them let go of the things that worry them, handle anxiety inducing conflict, and overcome excessive fears related to gossip, school, bullies and more.
Left unaddressed, children and adolescents with anxiety will face life-long consequences on their mental and physical health.
You’ll leave with the clear, concise and hands-on guide you need to confidently and capably help kids and adolescents face and appropriately cope with the anxiety damaging their lives.
Key Benefits of Watching:
Flexible tools to recognize the anxious child and differentiate anxiety from normal fears
Techniques that draw out internal feelings of anxiety in the silent sufferer
Reduce stress response related reactions that can interfere with therapy and learning
Concrete strategies that target school-based anxieties
Coping skills to help kids handle conflict and learn to let go