Anxiety in our kids isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s the avoidance behaviors that anxiety brings out that can be problematic.
Dr. Beth Cabrera explains how focusing on well-being is an important step to raising happy kids and offers some simple strategies to get you started.
Before you hit the road or take to the skies this holiday season, here’s what pediatricians from Children’s National Health System want you to know.
Our Autism Behavioral Communications support team shares some tips to ensure your child has a positive experience.
Psychologist Eleanor Mackey, PhD, explains how anxiety can make children retreat or act out – and how parents can help prevent these disruptive or out-of-control behaviors.