Ask the Child Therapist Episode 112 Kids Edition: Helping Kids Develop Self-Love

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 112 Kids Edition: Helping Kids Develop Self-Love

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Helping Kids Develop Self-Love Why is it so easy for us to beat ourselves up, but so hard for us to build ourselves up? Why do kids stumble and stammer when […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 111 Kids Edition: Helping Sensitive Kids Let Go of Grudges

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 111 Kids Edition: Helping Sensitive Kids Let Go of Grudges

Having anxiety can often make us super sensitive. We feel deeper. We love deeper. And we hurt deeper. True story. So when people wrong us, it is hard to let go of the grudges that quickly grow when we’ve been hurt.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 110 Kids Edition: The SuperPowers that Come with having Anxiety

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 110 Kids Edition: The SuperPowers that Come with having Anxiety

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP The SuperPowers that Come with having Anxiety Having anxiety can suck, but it comes with some pretty cool superpowers. I tell kids what those superpowers are in this latest kids Youtube […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 109 Kids Edition: Helping Kids Who Want to Be Homeschooled due to Anxiety

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 109 Kids Edition: Helping Kids Who Want to Be Homeschooled due to Anxiety

There is one thing I consistently hear about in my therapy practice. Homeschooling. Not in a warm fuzzy way. But in a desperate, this needs to happen sort of way. It is very common for many kids to demand to be homeschooled due to anxiety.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 108 Kids Edition: Teaching Kids How to Deal with the Fear of the Dark

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 108 Kids Edition: Teaching Kids How to Deal with the Fear of the Dark

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Teaching Kids How to Deal with the Fear of the Dark Many anxious kids (and non-anxious kids) fear the dark. For some this can be a mild fear, while for others […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 107 Kids Edition: Harm OCD in Children | How to Help

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 107 Kids Edition: Harm OCD in Children | How to Help

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Harm OCD in Children: How to Help Them Harm OCD in children can be easily missed. Harm OCD makes kids worry they might do something to hurt or harm someone else […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 106 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with the Fear of Dying

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 106 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with the Fear of Dying

One of the most common anxiety themes is the fear of dying. It can make kids lose sleep. It can make kids avoid life. It has the power to immobilize a child and give them a life of avoidance.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 105 Kids Edition: Teaching Kids How to Deal with People who Don’t Get OCD

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 105 Kids Edition: Teaching Kids How to Deal with People who Don’t Get OCD

It seems like wherever you go people are making comments or jokes about OCD. People who don’t get OCD make comments like…

I am SO OCD
I had an OCD moment
I am a bit OCD about that

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 104 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with Misophonia

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 104 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with Misophonia

Did you know there is actually a condition that makes people rage when they hear certain sounds? It’s true. Some kids aren’t trying to be difficult, they truly hear sound differently than you. Kids with Misophonia are distressed and overwhelmed when they hear certain sounds. These sounds trigger their limbic system and can cause intense rage and emotional volatility.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 103 Kids Edition: Handling Anxiety that Makes You Feel Sick to Your Stomach

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 103 Kids Edition: Handling Anxiety that Makes You Feel Sick to Your Stomach

When I was a kid the first thing that happened when I was nervous wasn’t in my head, in was in my stomach. In fact, sometimes I didn’t even know I was nervous until my stomach gave me a clue. Feeling sick to your stomach can be a common struggle with you are dealing with anxiety.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 102 Kids Edition: Teach Kids to Fight OCD by Bullying it Back

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 102 Kids Edition: Teach Kids to Fight OCD by Bullying it Back

OCD is a complete bully. It tells your kids what to do and how to do it. It makes them worry about things they know will never happen. It hijacks their fears and presents them as real. It is truly a cruel disorder. But there is hope. Kids can learn to fight OCD by bullying it back.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 101 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with the Fear of Flying

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 101 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with the Fear of Flying

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Ask the Child Therapist Episode 101 Kids Edition: Helping Kids with the Fear of Flying It is the holiday season, which means it is also flying season. That might put some […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 100 Kids Edition: Is Anxiety in Children Common? Helping Kids Realize They are Not Alone.

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 100 Kids Edition: Is Anxiety in Children Common? Helping Kids Realize They are Not Alone.

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Is Anxiety in Children Common? Helping Kids Realize They are Not Alone. One thing that prevents kids from working on anxiety is….embarrassment. To work on anxiety, kids have to admit there […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 99 Kids Edition: Is Your Child Quick To Beat Themselves Up? | Dealing with Negative Self-Talk

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 99 Kids Edition: Is Your Child Quick To Beat Themselves Up? | Dealing with Negative Self-Talk

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Is Your Child Quick To Beat Themselves Up? | Dealing with Negative Self-Talk Is your child quick to beat themselves up? Always taking the blame? Always self-hating? Many kids fill themselves […]

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 98 Kids Edition: Is Bloody Mary Real? How to Help Kids with Legends

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 98 Kids Edition: Is Bloody Mary Real? How to Help Kids with Legends

Don’t feel alone raising a child with anxiety or OCD. Tell me your biggest struggle and I will give you a video tip and resource guide based on your particular needs. YES! PLEASE HELP Is Bloody Mary Real? How to Help Kids with Legends As a child therapist I spend way too much time talking about Bloody Mary. This is an elusive ritual that is […]

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