Anxiety Help for Children and Young People
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Testimonial: Ms RM – Bed Wetting problem sorted!
Well I think she’s doing great!
She feels really happy about the wetting situation in herself. She does wake up and go to the loo in the night.
But as well as that it seems to have had another effect. She’s been so much calmer since she saw you. She’s not feeling as angry, she’s being kind and considerate to friends at school. She’s very open with me, if she does get a bit stressed or angry, she’s calming down a lot quicker. She’s really noticed her improvements too and she’s very proud of her self. It has definitely been much calmer in my house!
She’s definitely considering coming to see you again about the anger, but we’re discussing whether she needs it as she’s doing so well.
So I’m really pleased!
Hypnotherapy and EFT are very suitable for children because they can be treated in a non-invasive manner. The therapies I use allow children and young people to be listened to and therefore I can get to the root of the problem
Also being a parent myself, I have lots of experience and I am extremely enthusiastic and passionate about helping children and young people. Most of all because of the difficult and changing society we live in.
If you are concerned about your child’s behaviour, anxiety, anger or depression….and need some help, I can make a massive change to their life and to yours.
Anxiety help for Children and Young People
Are you worried about your child?
Do you know that children and young people suffering anxiety is becoming more common? This is due to many reasons. And because society is so well connected now due to social media, they are more aware of what is going on everywhere.Your son or daughter may be worrying about a lot of things.
It’s perfectly normal to worry from time to time; yet sometimes their worries never seem to go away, and as a result over time this can affect their behaviour. So because their behaviour has changed, consequently this can cause problems in the home.
Is you child’s behaviour causing problems?
They may feel anxious and worried because they are being bullied online or at school. Maybe they think they will not do well in their exams because they are too shy to ask for help. Your son or daughter may be worried about the way they see themselves because they aren’t happy about the way they look or because they do not have many friends.
Does your child seem fed up and miserable?
Also there is a lot of competition out there, some due to peer pressure for example. Almost all children and young people use social media, such as Face Book to keep in touch, and this may be keeping them awake at night chatting to their friends, checking how many ‘likes’ they have. Hence this can have a knock on effect because they don’t get enough sleep and this then affects their mood.
There could be a family breakdown due to difficult times. Maybe they are even worrying about bad things happening in the world, to name a just a few.
I know as a parent myself, it can be difficult to know if your child’s behaviour is due to anxiety and worry. You may not even notice because you are so busy going to work and organising the home. Also they may secretly ‘bottle up’ their feelings, because they are afraid to speak up.
So what are the symptoms of anxiety?
What are the signs that your son or daughter maybe feeling anxious?
Here are some of the signs / symptoms of anxiety:
- Eating disorders, such as binge eating or excessive dieting
- Self harming because they want to hurt themselves
- Poor concentration so they struggle with school work
- Being irritable because they are fatigued
- To be over active and feeling restless, due to worry
- Having trouble sleeping at night or sleepiness during the day.
- To smoke / substance abuse / addictions
- Bed wetting
- Anxiety and worry about their future
- Low self esteem, due to poor body image
- They lack confidence due to low self esteem
- Maybe they are fed up or feeling depressed
- and more……