Dealing with OCD Compulsions, Anxious Thoughts and School Work Refusal During a Pandemic

As a parent to children with anxiety or OCD, our “normal” wasn’t that “normal” anyway. But now this new normal is taking us to new heights of abnormal.

In this week’s podcast episode I tackle the most common struggles parents are having as they continue to raise kids with anxiety and OCD during this pandemic.

In this week’s podcast episode I tackle the most common struggles and issues parents are having as they continue to raising kids with anxiety and OCD through this pandemic.

I tackle questions like:

How am I supposed to get my child to do their work?
How can I help my child with their anxious thoughts? The downtime is killing them.
Should I be working on my child’s anxiety or OCD right now?
How do I do exposures around separation anxiety when we aren’t going anywhere?
How can I help my child with social anxiety when they don’t have to see anyone?
How can I help my child with school anxiety when they don’t have to go to school?

Let’s dive in, shall we?

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