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“Dear Paula Thank you so much for attending our school and presenting on ‘Anxiety and Resilience in Children and Adolescents’. We truly appreciate all the wonderful information you shared with our school and greater community. For such an important topic, we are fortunate to have had someone with your wealth of knowledge come and share...
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Hi FRIENDS, If you would like to know more about this highly recommended book written by Kathy Hoopmann, please visit the link below: All Birds Have Anxiety You can also take a look at the following webpages with more of her books: All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome All Dogs Have ADHD Or visit her webpage:...
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happy plan kids
Don’t worry, be happy plan for kids “IN A SUITE of offices behind a coffee shop in Brisbane’s multi-cultural West End, a small woman with dark hair asks a group of preschoolers about their week. “‘What was your happy thing for the week? she asks a boy. As the child replies, she reminds him to look...
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anxiety disorders children
Anxiety disorders in children “Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent mental problems in childhood and adolescence affecting ny as 10% – 21% of all children and youth. This estimate indicates that 1 in 5 children and youth or 4 to 6 students within a classroom of 30 children are at risk ‘for experiencing an anxiety...
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family based treatment childhood OCD
Family based treatment for childhood OCD “When people think of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), they tend to think of the box office hit “As Good As it Gets” with Jack Nicholson, or the more recent US television sitcom “Monk”. These popular culture depictions of OCD do tend to correctly portray the “bizarre”, “senseless” and sometimes even...
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friends family
FRIENDS of the family “HOW many times have you dragged your child kicking and screaming to school because he or she doesn’t want to go? How many times have you kicked yourself for lacking the parenting skills to defuse a situation involving an over-anxious child or teenager? And how many times have you and your...
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youth anxiety crisis point
Youth anxiety at crisis point “BULLYING and the “fast pace of life” caused one in five children to suffer from an anxiety disorder, experts warn. Kids Help Line received almost 190,000 calls last year. Experts told The Sunday Mail the rise in anxiety levels has resulted in children suffering insomnia, loss of appetite, excessive worry...
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child obsessed
Is your child obsessed? “It’s a heartbreaking fact for parents to face up to, but one in every 200 children in Australia will suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder. When Carol’s daughter Ann began sting in the bathroom for one and half hours every day, her mother grew concerned. Carol could hear the window opening and...
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