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Looking to help your anxious children by assisting them overcome anxiety disorder.
Anxiety is known to have baffled not only children and adults, but also psychiatrists and pediatricians by its mind-boggling traits. It is a pretty intricate task for the patients, especially children, to discern their mental condition in a specific situation and environment. The prime reason for the said is that most people are not cognizant of the fact that anxiety, besides its commonly perceived negative ramifications, entails positive attributes that are extremely imperative for day-to-day activities. It is not only quite normal but also beneficial for the children to have anxiety on the first day of school or to exhibit worry and uneasiness over an anticipated surprise test. This kind of anxiety galvanizes a child into making necessary preparations for the future task. If a child will not feel excited or exhibit positive anxiety in such identical situations, then he will fail to deliver effectively.
However, when this much-needed anxiety metamorphoses into an extreme, recurrent, and socially disturbing behavioral pattern, then it converts into a medical condition that has to be diagnosed and treated properly.
This book succinctly touches on the positivity generated by good anxiety, concisely put forth scientific evidence on anxiety and then delves into the reasons and causes behind diverse anxiety disorders namely Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Special Phobia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Separation Anxiety. This book also offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment advice for different anxiety disorders. Another striking feature of this book is that it also sheds light on the important and effective role of parents, relatives, teachers, and caregivers in the treatment strategy of children.
In this book, you’ll learn:
- What is anxiety and how it affects children
- Anxiety and anxiety disorder difference
- Types of anxiety disorders
- Treatment of anxiety disorders
Every person who has physical and mental proximity with children from parents to relatives, teachers, caregivers, psychiatrists, therapists, and counselors for children at school will find this book extremely interesting and helpful in effectively dealing with an anxiety-ridden child.
So don’t wait for anything, grasp your copy now, and help your anxious child.