Anxiety is a common conversation in many pediatrician offices these days. Dr. Eken specializes in this area and explains many aspects of anxiety in children and adolescents. If you suspect your child is experiencing anxiety, this toolkit will be a great resource for you.
Typical Childhood Anxiety (3:52)
Anxiety in Adolescence (2:52)
What Causes Anxiety (2:08)
Preventing Anxiety (4:12)
Recognizing Anxiety Disorders (5:29)
Management and Treatment (8:07)
Anxiety Medications (2:59)
Meditation and CBT (3:46)
Risks of Untreated Anxiety (2:58)
Things to Ask Your Pediatrician (3:33)
Stephanie C. Eken MD, FAAP
Stephanie C. Eken, MD, FAAP, is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, adult psychiatrist and pediatrician. Her clinical interests include OCD and related disorders, ADHD, depression, anxiety and other internalizing disorders.
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