Understanding and Addressing Anxiety in Your Children

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On this episode of Insight Counseling’s podcast, “Insight Says”, Dr. Mary Murphy explains how parents can understand and address anxiety in their children.

Dr. Murphy is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in counseling, executive functioning, academic coaching, and biofeedback. She is the Director of Psychology and Testing Services at Insight Counseling. She completed her PhD doctoral training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and fellowship training at Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Murphy also holds a Connecticut state license in substance abuse counseling.  She has extensive training and experience in psychological testing needed to diagnose children and adults. A large part of her current practice is providing comprehensive psychological evaluations needed for student 504s and IEPs. Her counseling practice focuses on helping adolescents and adults with ADHD, concussion, depression, anxiety, and substance use.

This Episode We Discuss

    • Basics of Anxiety
      • Generalized vs Specific
    • Anxiety in Children with Special Needs
      • ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorders, Learning Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • Outward Signs of Anxiety
  • Interventions
      • Parental
    • Clinical

Anxiety Resources

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