Yale Child Study Center to Hold Anxiety Forum

The Yale Child Study Center’s Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program will hold the 8th Annual Spotlight on Anxiety Forum for Concerned Parents and Professionals on Thursday, April 21. This year’s theme is “The ‘Other Pandemic’: Anxiety in the Time of COVID-19.”

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Anxiety Forum for Parents and Professionals

The Yale Child Study Center’s Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program will be holding the seventh Annual Spotlight on Anxiety Forum for Concerned Parents and Professionals on Thursday, April 29 via Zoom. This year’s theme is Inside Out: Anxiety from Self to Society.

The forum will Continue reading “Anxiety Forum for Parents and Professionals”

Listening to Kids and Validating Their Feelings

Coping with Anxiety in the Pandemic and After

Inside the Yale Child Study Center

Feeling anxious and sad is a normal part of the human experience. Situations involving unpredictability and isolation such as the COVID-19 pandemic can heighten these emotions. Research will be essential Continue reading “Listening to Kids and Validating Their Feelings”

Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety

The Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program at the Yale Child Study Center offers comprehensive evaluations and treatments for children and adolescents ages 6 to 14 years. Services are provided at no cost to families who agree to participate in research but can otherwise be provided for Continue reading “Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety”

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