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Separation Anxiety Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety is how we describe the feelings some children have when. will find separation hard at times. Separation anxiety is an expected developmental stage. Some. ‘separation anxiety’. For the next few years you will probably notice some times when they seem ‘clingy’ and upset when they can’t be close to you. Some children will continue to feel separation anxiety. separation anxiety they may well get very upset at parting from you. It can be hard for parents

School Anxiety Tips Home > School Life > Resources For Families > School Anxiety Tips

to their school so they are able to help you both.  Tips To Reduce Anxiety Get your child to push.. Hugs Squeeze a stress ball, fidget toy or play dough. This can help relieve anxiety and has a calming.. Exercise is a good way to relieve stress and anxiety. Exercise Visualization is a technique that can. coped with school anxiety. Give your child space. Sometimes trying to do anything can make them more. child is still struggling with school anxiety they may benefit from counselling. If your child

Worries & Anxiety Activities Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Emotional Health Activities > Worries & Anxiety Activities

people's fears. How to Cope with Anxiety  A Childline video about anxiety. --> Relaxation. when they talk about their worries. This resource has some great advice for parents. Anxiety Workshop. to support young people in schools with managing anxiety. It covers; what is anxiety, signs of anxiety and the cycle of anxiety. --> Anxiety Workshop Part 2 This video, put together. with managing anxiety. It provides techniques to support managing anxiety. --> Anxiety

Worries & Anxiety Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Worries & Anxiety

– like starting a new school. Anxiety can go hand in hand with worry and describes the feelings. is suffering with worry and anxiety; we can learn ways to make it feel more manageable. Learning. they enjoy, and is good for them. It also puts the worry and anxiety ‘in charge’ and makes.’ rather than letting the anxiety be ‘in charge.’ It is good to give them the message that their worry. they are struggling with worries and anxiety relaxing becomes more difficult. Sometimes people even forget

Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health

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Getting Back into School Routines Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Getting Back into School Routines

heard and understood. Read more about techniques on reducing nerves and anxiety Nerves Are Normal. Need Extra Help? If the return to school is causing your child stress and anxiety that is hard to cope. techniques on reducing nerves and anxiety Does My Child Need Extra Help? Who can Help? Your child’s

Looking After Your Mental Health In Pregnancy Home > Pregnancy & Early Days > Having A Baby > Looking After Your Mental Health In Pregnancy

thoughts and help with physical symptoms of anxiety; like a fast heart beat and feeling sick. Feeling. to keep safe. This might mean that you need extra support to get the anxiety under control. The right. control of how you think can make a big difference your anxiety. Feeling less anxious will free up

Baby Loss Home > Pregnancy & Early Days > Having A Baby > Baby Loss

loss it is understandable that any future pregnancy might cause you more worry and anxiety. It might

Resilience & Wellbeing Home > School Life > Resources For Schools > Health Topic Resources > Resilience & Wellbeing

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