Welcome to my new 10-part series, Child Anxiety: How to Parent Anxious Kids. In this fourth episode, I talk about how to help kids talk about their fears, even when they normally have a hard time doing it. Building up communication is crucial in making any long-term progress.
Each episode will come out every other Tuesday. There are ten episodes in this series. We get into more complex themes and skills as the series continues. Hit subscribe and notifications so you don’t miss an episode. If you missed any, check my Youtube channel page and look for the playlist called: Parenting Anxious Kids to see the whole series.
This series was made in collaboration with the Made of Millions Foundation. The Made of Millions foundation is a global advocacy nonprofit on a mission to change how the world perceives mental health. Using the power of art, media and digital technology, we’re on a mission to transform how the world perceives mental health. And in doing so, create a safer and more inclusive future for sufferers everywhere.
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This video is made for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace medical advice.
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