Since this is such a stressful time of year for a lot of kids with the start of a new school year, we wanted to focus again on how to manage worry and anxiety.
New environments, assignments, teachers, students etc. – the list goes on! A lot of “unknowns” can cause kids to think about the “what if instead of thinking about what is”.
Check out this video – with a catchy rap and a mindfulness technique to help calm nerves included! Watch and show your kids!
As parents we can’t always shield our youngsters from life’s worrisome moments, but we can offer helpful tips to help them manage worry and anxiety.
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Our kids are growing up but we still keep your number on our phone and we know we can reach out to your team if we need it. We tell everyone who asks about the WISE people at The Wise Family.
Thank you for doing what you do for so many people.”—from the parent of two former clients (siblings)— Parent of two former clients (siblings)
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