Disorders We Treat
This anxiety disorder is characterized by a child's inability to communicate effectively in a social setting, but may feel comfortable speaking in a secure atomosphere such as home.
This anxiety disorder is characterized by the excessive need to worry about everyday life events even though there may not be a cause to have to worry.
This anxiety disorder is characterized is the sudden fear of terror, even when there is no real danger, which often leads to shortness in breaths.
These disorders are characterized by several forms of sleep problems, whether they pertain to irregular sleep patterns with heavy breathing, to not being able to sleep at night or the unability to stay awake during the day.
Social Anxiety Disorder
This anxiety disorder is characterized by the feat or being judged negatively or rejected in a public atmosphere and can often lead to shyness in a child.
This anxiety disorder is characterized by an extreme fear of something particular, leading to an irrational fear in certain situations.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
This anxiety disorder is characterized in people of all ages and is common in those who have uncontrollable thoughts, obsessions or compulsions that they feel the need to repeat over and over again.
This disorder is characterized by tension, which can appear physically or emotionally and often stems from an event or thoughts that can make a person feel aggitated, frustrated or angry.
This anxiety disorder is characterized by hyperactive tendencies, in which a child cannot contain their impulses. This is also one of the most common disorder found in children to early adulthood.
Here at Childhood Anxiety Solutions, we treat all forms of behavioral difficulties in children to early adulthood. If your child is experiencing challenging situations that are affecting them mentally, please give us a call.
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