My Child Doesn’t Want Help for Anxiety or OCD. Now What?

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You finally found help for your child with anxiety or OCD but they don’t want to work on it. 

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about some of the reasons why kids don’t want to work on these issues and what parents can do about it.

Now what? 

That can be beyond frustrating! Especially if it took you a long time to connect with the right resources or help.

But no need to throw the baby out with the bathwater. There is always a next step, even when our child or teen isn’t able or willing to work on anxiety or OCD.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about some of the reasons why kids don’t want to work on these issues and what parents can do about it.

 

Want your kids to have direct help? 🌸 Sign up for on-demand video class for kids and teens with OCD:

Crush OCD for Kids & Teens

 

Take a parent-only approach and enroll in my SPACE Study Guide Course

 

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