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    Teens, tweens and anxiety

    Good evening, lovely SC mommas!

    Do we have a list of resources for helping teens and tweens with anxiety?

    I appreciate the help!
    Plans for 2022-23

    Year 12 of homeschooling with MP

    DD1 - 27 - college grad, bakery owner
    DD2 - 16 - 11th grade - HLS Cottage School - online classes, looking at dual credit - equestrian and theatre
    DS3 - 14 -7A Cottage School - soccer/tennis -dyslexia and dysgraphia
    DS4 -14 - 7A Cottage School -soccer/tennis -auditory processing disorder
    DD5 - 10- 5A, Cottage School - inattentive ADHD - equestrian and tumbling
    DS6 - 9 - MP 1 - home with momma

    #2
    Hi, Dianna. Did you watch Catherine's talk with a similar name? She mentioned several resources.

    See also:
    - Helping Your Anxious Child: A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents, by Rapee et al
    - Overcoming Anxiety in Children & Teens, by Baker
    - Make Your Worrier a Warrior, by Peters

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      #3
      Hi, Dianna!

      This is a CBT workbook I mentioned in my talk:

      https://www.amazon.com/Exploring-Fee.../dp/1932565221

      Brain Lock is a classic book for overcoming repetitive, anxious thoughts.

      https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Lock-Tw...s=books&sr=1-1

      I hope that helps!
      Catherine

      2022-23
      7th year with MP

      DS19, college freshman
      DS16, 10th
      DS & DD14, 9th
      DS10, 4th
      DD7, 2nd
      DS4, JrK
      DS & DS, 1

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        #4
        And ... here is the link to that session, Navigating the Teen Years: Anxiety, Angst, & Achievement

        Sodalitas: Homeschool & Simply Classical Bonus Q&A Memoria Press will host four live, interactive Q & A sessions for all conference attendees to address questions that we didn’t have the opportunity to answer during the conference. The Q & A sessions will take place July 27-30 from 7:30-9 p.m. EDT. Please complete Q&A Form to [...]

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          #5
          Thank you all! I actually started listening to Catherine S 's talk this evening while making dinner. And 'black and white thinking' hit me right in the gut. I need this talk for myself, just as much as my children.
          Plans for 2022-23

          Year 12 of homeschooling with MP

          DD1 - 27 - college grad, bakery owner
          DD2 - 16 - 11th grade - HLS Cottage School - online classes, looking at dual credit - equestrian and theatre
          DS3 - 14 -7A Cottage School - soccer/tennis -dyslexia and dysgraphia
          DS4 -14 - 7A Cottage School -soccer/tennis -auditory processing disorder
          DD5 - 10- 5A, Cottage School - inattentive ADHD - equestrian and tumbling
          DS6 - 9 - MP 1 - home with momma

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