Helping Kids Understand Fight, Flight or Freeze Responses

This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the guidance of a qualified professional.

We all respond to perceived danger in different ways. It can help to understand the many ways our body and brains can respond to stress, so we are better equipped to handle it when it happens.

I explain to kids and teens the fight, flight or freeze responses to fear and anxiety. I also discuss some ways to work through them.

In this week’s Youtube video I explain to kids and teens the fight, flight or freeze responses to fear and anxiety. I also discuss some ways to work through them.


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