Helping Kids with Anxiety & OCD with the Downtime of Summer

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Summer is here and with that comes extra free time for most of our kids with anxiety or OCD. You would think that would be a wonderful thing. Less pressure from school, homework and peer interactions. Less places to be and less things to do.

How to help your kids that have anxiety or OCD with the downtime that comes along with summer break.

But for some of our kids that extra downtime can actually increase their anxiety or OCD issues. 

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about why that is and how to structure summer for kids with anxiety or OCD for optimal success.

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