Anxiety in Children:
A Guide for Parents

This guide has been designed to help parents in supporting their child who suffers from anxiety.

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What you'll find inside:

  • What is anxiety?
  • Some anxiety statistics
  • The difference between anxiety and depression
  • What causes anxiety in children?
  • How to know if your child is experiencing anxiety
  • Strategies for dealing with anxiety
  • How anxiety disorders are diagnosed
  • Treatment for anxiety

About the publishers

Australian Christian College

The Australian Christian College (ACC) Group is a network of eleven Christian Schools in five states. Since our founding days, ACC has been committed to transforming young people spiritually, academically, socially and physically for lives of significance and service. We encourage students to act compassionately and graciously yet think deeply and biblically.

 

Christian Counselors Association of Australia (CCAA) exists to further the reputation of Australian counsellors who practice within a framework of Christian values. CCAA provides a valuable resource for members of the public to connect with counsellors in their location who can provide professional counselling services whilst upholding the cornerstones of the Christian faith.

FAQ

Is this really free?

100% free, no strings attached. Because ACC is committed to helping students thrive, we make these kinds of helpful resources freely available.

My child doesn’t attend Australian Christian College, is this an issue?

Not at all. You’re welcome to benefit from the contents of this guide without obligation. Obviously, we’d appreciate it if you kept ACC in mind if you’re ever looking for a school in the future.

I’m not a Christian, will the guide still be relevant to me?

ACC and CCAA are Christian organisations that are committed to helping families thrive using their respective fields of expertise. The strategies contained in the guide to help with overcoming anxiety work regardless of your worldview.

How long will it take me to read this guide?

Based on average reading speed it should take you 20ish minutes to read it cover to cover. However, you might want to read only the introduction and the sections that coincide with the ages of your children.

Once you have my details, will you SPAM me?

Based on average reading speed it should take you 60ish minutes to read it cover to cover. If you were to also read all the content that the guide links out to, it would probably take you several years :)

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