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Children’s Aged 9+ Anxiety Workbook – Mental Health & Wellbeing Care

If a child’s anxiety is left untreated, it could have serious negative consequences that can impact their entire daily lives. Research shows that they would also have a significantly higher risk of performing poorly within their school and/or higher education, miss out on important personal and social experiences, having physical health issues, engaging in substance abuse, and other more serious mental health issues being developed later on. Sadly, this includes the risk of suicidal behaviours.

Any form of a child’s anxiety needs help and support.

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 The Positive Effects For Your Child From The Anxiety Workbook 

  • Promote positive mental health
  • Enhance positive emotional wellbeing
  • Boost a positive mental attitude (PMA)
  • Offer insight/information in understanding symptoms of anxiety and the ability to control their responses within
  • Identify and strengthen self-worth, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-identity, self-awareness
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses
  • Identify areas that need adapting/changing to enhance and/or fulfil their young life
  • Challenge defence mechanisms – Turning negatives into positives
  • Manage feelings of stress, dread, unease, apprehension, worry, fear, nervousness
  • Create strategies to respond to future experiences/situations within a manageable and healthier approach
  • Enhance/develop the courage to express their personal thoughts, feelings, and behaviours
  • Develop/enhance the ability to stop and think before responding, in order to gain the most effective outcome for their needs
  • Develop life long positive personal traits, concepts and coping skills
  • Create problem-solving skills
  • Set personal boundaries and goals
  • Stimulate social and personal development
  • Utilise divergent thinking
  • Promote enthusiasm, innovative, imagination, emotional regulation, resilience
  • Strengthen their ability to adapt to change
  • Enhance personal growth – In all aspects
  • Promote awareness of the importance to be mindful and to relax
  • Manage stress
  • Find purpose and meaning
  • Enhance/develop a broadened emotional vocabulary
  • Enhance/develop a wider use of language and communication skills

And so much more

Within This Anxiety Workbook, You Will Receive The Following 20 Worksheets

  • About Me
  • Identifying Triggers 0-10
  • Coping With Your Worries
  • Control Or No Control? That Is The Question
  • Deep Breathing Exercises
  • Healthy Adaptions
  • Game – Roll & Tell
  • Identifying An Emotional Vocabulary
  • Mistakes Are Proof Of Trying
  • Life Questionnaire
  • Irrational V’s Rational
  • Peace Mindfulness
  • Physical Symptoms Of Anxiety
  • No Struggle No Progress
  • PMA Changing Negative Thought Processes
  • Take 5 To Relax
  • Understanding How My Thoughts & Feelings Affect My Actions
  • Understanding My Worries & Fears
  • Your Inner Wolf
  • Reflect – What Have I learnt?

Anxiety

Anxiety is a body’s natural response to stress. It’s found within feelings of dread, unease, apprehension, worry, fear, nervousness. Experiences of anxiety may come and go unexpectedly and/or irregularly, or, maybe persistent.

If feelings of anxiety are severe, and last longer than 6 months, and are having an impact upon daily life, it may be a case that it could be an anxiety disorder.

Anxiety Causes

Anxieties are caused by a combination of life events, circumstances, heredity, temperament, environmental and biochemical factors. Experiences that children face can be very stressful and even harder to cope with. Theses experiences may be something of which a parent will view as something silly, or irreverent. Or, they may be from a traumatic life event such as the death of a loved one or pet, serious illness, abuse/bullying, violence, learnt behaviours..etc.

Be mindful, reasons for which any child experiences anxiety, of any level, does not have to be justified by anyone. The fact is, they do. A child’s anxiety mustn’t be left untreated/worked with. In the event of this, their anxiety may become more difficult and become an anxiety disorder, if it isn’t already.

 Types Of Anxiety Disorders

  • Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
  • Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
  • Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Separation Anxiety Disorder
  • Agoraphobia
  • Phobias
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Panic Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Skin Picking
  • Hair Pulling
  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BBD)

Risks Of Anxiety Being Left Untreated

Anxiety can be experienced within a wide range of levels, and, the effects it has upon different individuals. Some may have mild symptoms of anxiety and, possibly, are still able to continue life as normal. Other’s will have moderate to severe levels of anxiety. While others will find it to be crippling, having a debilitating effect upon one’s life where panic is experienced to high severity.

Any level of anxiety can affect children’s academics, relationships, communication ability, mental and physical functioning and competency, as well as the fundamental reason behind many other mental health issues arising.

If a child’s anxiety is left untreated, it could have serious negative consequences that can impact their entire daily lives. Research shows that they would also have a significantly higher risk of performing poorly within their school and/or higher education, miss out on important personal and social experiences, having physical health issues, engaging in substance abuse, and other more serious mental health issues being developed later on. Sadly, this includes the risk of suicidal behaviours.

Anxiety is often confusing for anyone, let alone children, and therefore you as parents. Giving your child logical explanations for any anxiety-related reasons, unfortunately, will not help them, as the anxiety responses are too overpowering and defy any logic.