Anxiety log to find out why your child gets anxious
Do you suspect that your child may have anxiety?
Understood shares this article that helps you keep an anxiety log, an anxiety pattern identifier, and also includes a calming strategies worksheet.
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Anxiety Log | Understood - For learning and thinking differences
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