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This collection helps to understand different types of anxiety, to find explanations of common symptoms, and to learn from our experts some of the science-backed best practices for healthy living.
Finding a Therapist: A Webinar to Help Parents Look For, Find and Choose a Therapist for Their Child
This webinar helps caregivers better understand the mental health system in the United States and how to find a therapist for their child.
This handout provides instructions on how to practice mindful breathing using the skill “Box Breathing.”
Social Media: A Guide for Teens to Get the Best Out of Social Media (and Avoid the Worst)
This webinar explores the benefits and drawbacks of social media use and presents practical strategies of how to support oneself when being on social media causes negative emotions, such as anxiety or disconnection. The webinar is primarily directed at teens and college students, but provides advice to parents and educators as well.
About Separation Anxiety
This short video explains what separation anxiety looks like in children.
Recognizing and Managing Anxiety in the Classroom
This course is designed to help educators navigate the nuances involved with recognizing and addressing anxiety and stress in K-12 students. John Piacentini, PhD, ABPP, Director, Center for Child Anxiety Resilience Education and Support (CARES) joins his colleagues, Monica Wu, PhD, Kate Sheehan, LCSW, and Emily Ricketts, PhD in discussing common manifestations of anxiety. Video vignettes engage the learner to better understand various ways in which anxiety may thwart a child’s academic, emotional, and social development. Practical strategies for individual and classroom use are offered ...
Are We Facing an Anxiety Epidemic?
This article provides an overview of the increase in anxiety symptoms in children and adults and warning signs of when anxiety becomes problematic.
This collection was created for and during the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources may continue to be helpful infacing unexpected stress, shared grief, and in times of transition.
Featuring CARES Experts
Interviews and articles from our faculty and staff that have appeared elsewhere across the internet.
Prefer to learn by watching? Here is a collection of our videos, short and long, offering quick insights and longer lessons.