Posts Tagged ‘Child Fears’

5 Steps to Help Your Child Overcome Fears and Phobias

April 22, 2014 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Skills bee_opt

“Why don’t you wait outside while I make lunch?” I suggested to my son earlier today. “But, mom, there are bees out there!” he replied.

With the onset of the lovely spring weather comes fears and phobias that may have been less active in the winter…bees, spiders, insects, dogs, snakes… In today’s post I’d like to share 5 simple steps to helping your child overcome any phobia. Read more…


Are You Enabling Your Child’s Anxiety?

February 12, 2012 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Relationships boys

The other day I met with a new family in the office and the first thing the mom said to me as she sat down was, “My name is Susan and I’m an enabler.”
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Help Your Child Overcome the Fear of Failure

February 3, 2012 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens girl-running

This brief (4 minute) audio with Dr. Larina Kase offers tips on how to help your fearful child focus on the process rather than the outcome to reduce fears of failure. Read more…

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