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or worry?

The first step to helping children cope with anxiety and worry is for them to understand what they both are. Many children get caught up with 'what if?' worries, adults too, and so it's important that we support their learning in this area; the problem is that a lot of us never received this kind of emotional education either.


Teaching children problem-solving skills is an important life skill that can boost self-esteem and reduce anxiety. Many children confuse worry with anxiety, become uncomfortable with their thoughts, and feel they have no control.  Our free resources are developed to be used in stages to help nurture this skill in children and young people. We also offer these as separate lessons and as a scheme of work for schools.

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