This handout outlines the description, symptoms and treatment of generalized anxiety disorder in childhood.
These handouts provide a list of developmental milestones and ways parents can support their child’s physical, emotional, and social growth at different stages of their child’s life (i.e., birth-18 months, 18 months to 3 years, 4-5 years, 6-11 years, 12-14 years and 15-18 years).
This handout provides tips for health sleep habits for all ages.
This handout provides a short overview of the differences between normal and problematic anxiety in children and adolescents, evidence-based treatments, and specific tips on how to help an anxious child.
This handout provides parents with helpful strategies of how to spend one-on-one time with their child.
This handout outlines the description, symptoms and treatment of obsessive complusive disorder in childhood.
This handout provides an overview of the symptoms and ways to treat selective mutism.
This handout defines separation anxiety, lists common symptoms and identifies best treatment options.
This tip sheet identifies common symptoms of social anxiety and guides families to identify when social anxiety might benefit from professional support.
This tip sheet helps professionals who work with children and adolescents to identify social anxiety that may be impairing social development.
This handout provides practical tips for parents to help their child manage test anxiety.
This handout provides practical tips for students to manage test anxiety.
This handout provides practical tips for teachers to help their students manage test anxiety.
This handout addresses anxiety's interference with attending school.
This handout provides information on the symptoms, causes, and treatment of selective mutism in children.
This handout identifies common warning signs of anxiety in elementary school children. The warning signs are broken down into what kids with anxiety might do, think (or say) and feel. The handout offers useful questions to ask to determine whether your child’s anxiety may be beyond a manageable level.
This handout identifies common warning signs of anxiety in teens and tweens. The warning signs are broken down into what adolescents might do, think (or say) and feel. The handout provides useful questions to ask to determine whether your teen’s anxiety may be beyond a manageable level.