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In the past few years anxiety and depression has become a typical condition to hear about. It has become common to hear that an individual is suffering from depression and anxiety. While many individuals have some kind of experience with this type of condition, it happens to be the solution for the condition that many people have become alarmed about. The most important thing for individuals to do if they are suffering from depression or anxiety is to realize and recognize what happened to change their lives. If an individual closely take a look at their daily activities, their environment, surroundings and typical stressors, that individual can eventually notice the change. Many times it is difficult to recognize these changes on their own and could require help. When those changes have been recognized it becomes necessary to either manage it or separate from it. Often times there isn't a way to fully extract yourself from the issue or the situation however, it becomes causative over the modification by managing what has became an issue. Besides recognizing the change or modification that took place prior to the depression it is recommended to recognize that to be able to gain control over the situation, an individual has to be willing to accept responsibility for the things that appear to be happening to them.
Meet Megan - a young girl who has an anxiety disorder. Megan invites readers to learn about anxiety from her perspective, helping them to understand why she sometimes feels anxious and how this affects her thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Megan talks about techniques she has learnt to help manage her anxiety, and how people around her can help. With illustrations throughout, this will be an ideal way to explore anxiety difficulties. It shows family, friends and teachers how they can support someone who experiences anxiety and will be an excellent way to start a conversation about anxiety, in the classroom or at home. The 'Can I tell you about...?' series offers simple introductions to a range of limiting conditions and other issues that affect our lives. Friendly characters invite readers to learn about their experiences, the challenges they face, and how they would like to be helped and supported. These books serve as excellent starting points for family and classroom discussions.
Childrena (TM)s Anxiety: A Contextual Approach provides an introduction to anxiety in children and teenagers, emphasising the importance of understanding the life circumstances of young people. The book provides an up-to-date account of research on the developmental, familial and social context of child anxiety, along with nine vibrant and detailed case studies illustrating the ways in which young people can be helped to deal with serious and complex anxiety problems.
In order to begin to understand complex anxiety within childrena (TM)s life circumstances Part One of the book provides the reader with a developmental framework for thinking about childrena (TM)s anxiety. Part Two then presents nine in depth case studies, organised not by the type or nature of anxiety but by the context within which problematic anxiety can occur. Part Three acts as a summary of the key points emerging from the clinical case studies.
This book will be essential reading for those working and training in the specialist field of child mental health, as well as community and hospital professionals working with children and young people, including teachers, doctors, social workers and nurses.