Social Anxiety Treatment For Children: Understanding Social Anxiety Disorder in Young Children and Adolescents PAUL FEDKO

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Social Anxiety Treatment For Children: Understanding Social Anxiety Disorder in Young Children and Adolescents by PAUL FEDKO
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Social anxiety disorder, also recognized as social phobia can develop from a very young age. In fact 4 out of ten cases start before the child is ten. Almost all cases of social anxiety start in childhood with only 5% of cases developing after theMoreSocial anxiety disorder, also recognized as social phobia can develop from a very young age. In fact 4 out of ten cases start before the child is ten. Almost all cases of social anxiety start in childhood with only 5% of cases developing after the age of twenty.

For parents and teachers social anxiety in children can be difficult to determine since it shares many similarities to basic shyness.As soon as were born we receive massive attention from our parents, siblings and grandparents. Even as a baby we can feel shy and unwilling to be cuddled by someone we know.

We begin to develop inhibitions from a young age and we become more and more self-conscious. As babies grow into toddlers they face a new challenge. Now theyre making friends with other children and they begin to engage in peer to peer social relationships.All these new faces can be overwhelming and some children may find it difficult to make friends or pluck up the courage to play or speak with other children. In addition they may get shunned and ignored by the stronger children. This happens again and again up to high school and even beyond.In their teens, shy children struggle to find social acceptance, they become bullied and teased at by other children.

Over time they become more introvert and unassertive. They might receive criticism from their parents and teachers. Studies show that children are criticized twice as much as they are praised. Its no wonder some children feel inadequate and are afraid of performing in front of others.They come to expect from themselves that they are not good enough and grow fearful of being an embarrassment to others. This can dramatically affect a childs academic ability. Children with social anxiety find it difficult to make friends and build relationships.

They might spend most of their time alone at school and in their bedroom when at home.To their parents they might be seen as shy and something that they grow out of and even a part of puberty. However in most cases they dont and this can become an even bigger problem in adulthood.

This behavior becomes ingrained into the childs psyche and as young adults they experience the same fear of embarrassment in social situations.Growing into adults they remain insecure and have difficulty meeting people. Adults may turn to alcohol as a means to help relieve symptoms and inhibitions. Suicide cases and cases of drug abuse are also high in adults as well as children with social phobia.

For parents, getting social anxiety treatment for their child is vitally important if they suspect their child has social phobia.Social Anxiety Treatment For Children is a book that discusses how to deal with cases of social anxiety in young children. Social anxiety disorder in children and adolescents involves what might be described by someone who doesnt realize what is really going on, as an almost crippling type of shyness that interferes with the childs ability to interact in social settings.This book discusses the importance of the childs parents, caregivers, therapist (if applicable) and other adult role models in the childs life all being informed of what is happening with the child so that they can all work together as a team in order to help the child overcome this disorder.

It also discusses how important it is to remember that in dealing with a child with a social anxiety disorder, you have to keep in mind that they are just children and that they need to be treated accordingly. Practicing patience and sensitivity is a must when dealing with these types of issues. Through this book, you will learn more about this disorder, also known as social phobia, and learn how it affects children, as well as how to cope with it and help the child overcome their social anxiety.



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