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anxiety

by Crystal Clarke, RSW, MSW

Is a mindfulness practice really worth it?

Would it have any impact anyway?

How can I fit this into my busy schedule?

By Sheila Achar Josephs, PhD

Fear of failure bedevils the lives of millions children, teens, and adults. As a result, procrastination often follows. Fortunately, you can rein in both your fear of failure and procrastination using the same techniques.

Let’s explore the thinking behind the fear of failure. Jeremy’s example may help. Jeremy’s fear of failure thoughts were like a thundercloud over his head. He believed he was a failure if he made mistakes or fell short of his goals. To avoid the short-term feeling of failure, Jeremy procrastinated and too often experienced the failure he feared.

By Sheila Achar Josephs, PhD

Most teens report feeling stressed out every so often, but for teens who chronically worry, the sense of being one step away from disaster never really goes away. Minor troubles are often blown out of proportion, leading to heightened anxiety and sometimes all-out panic attacks. Yet when parents try to coax teens to let go of their fears, their efforts are often met with resistance.

By Jennifer Shannon, LMFT

by Holly Rogers, MD

Twenty-somethings are in the stage of life known as “emerging adulthood.” It is an interesting phase of life, filled with lots of novelty, transitions, uncertainty and big choices.

A Letter from the Authors of The Anxiety Workbook for Kids, Crystal Clarke, MSW, RSW & Robin Alter, PhD, CPsych

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