Thank you to everyone who joined me or submitted questions for my recent live Q&A about anxiety.
These are the questions I answered:
- How can we support an anxious child who’s missing out on experiences they’d probably enjoy?
- How can PE be better in school for children with autism?
- How should parents of children with mental health issues deal with their own anxiety?
- How do we get the balance between listening to our fears and blasting away negative thoughts?
- I’m calmly supporting anxious students whilst managing my own anxiety, I feel a lot of imposter syndrome
- My son gets very anxious at night and it stops him from going to sleep. Have you got any advice?
- What are your thoughts on medication for anxiety, particularly for children?
The replay is now available to listen to:
Or to watch:
You may also be interested in:
- VIDEO: Video recording of this Q&A
- VIDEO: Anxiety – Avoiding avoidance – why & how
- RESOURCE: Cards Against Anxiety
- VIDEO: Distress tolerance skills – the ‘ACCEPT’ skills DBT
- VIDEO: Using Your Child’s Motivations to Drive Behaviour Change
- VIDEO PLAYLIST: Anxiety Hacks
- GUIDE: Simple Phrases for Calming Anxious Children
- GUIDE: How to Support a Child Who is Having a Panic Attack
- GUIDE: Six Simple Breathing Strategies
- GUIDE: Back to School Anxiety – How To Help
- GUIDE: Supporting Children Who Struggle to Go to School
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