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How to Support Your Child


When a child struggles with anxiety, it is common that parents struggle with their own feelings of helplessness. We’ve been there, we understand, and we have some tips to help. Dr. Kathryn Boger, a board certified child and adolescent clinical psychologist, has some helpful strategies that will empower parents to support their children in a healthy and effective way. And the best part—these are simple strategies that can be implemented right away.

Easy-to-implement tips to help you support your child with anxiety and/or OCD.

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