Resources for Parents & Caregivers

Knowledge is empowering.  The links below provide more information on the subject of anxiety, including how to address the behaviors or symptoms you may be experiencing with your own child, and when it may be time to consider professional help.  If you are concerned your child may be experiencing anxiety, consult your pediatrician as he/she may also be a valuable resource for local mental health professionals.
Sponsored by the American Psychological Association's Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, this site aims to provide parents and caregivers with easy-to-access, comprehensive information on the symptoms and treatments of behavioral and mental health problems in children and adolescents. is an ongoing collaboration of the Consortium for Science-Based information on Children, Youth, and Families.  Their goal is to promote healthy child and family development by highlighting science-base information for those who care for, or work with, children. 

*Not intended to be a substitute for medical advice of physicians.  The viewer should consult a physician in matters relating to his/her or child's health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.