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13 Tips to Support Your Socially Worried Child

Most kids can learn to manage social anxiety so they can connect happily with others, enter new groups, and speak up for themselves–they just need a little extra support. As parents, what can we do to help? Check out these 13 expert tips!

13 Tips to Support a Socially Worried Child

This infographic was created in partnership between GoZen! Anxiety Relief for Children and Dr. Laura Markham, founder of AhaParenting.com.

13 Tips to Support Your Socially Worried Child


Renee Jain, MAPP

Renee Jain is an award-winning tech entrepreneur turned speaker and certified life coach. She also holds a masters in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Renee specializes in cultivating skills of resilience in both adults and children. Her passion is taking research-based concepts and transforming them into fun and digestible learning modules. For children, she has created one-of-a-kind anxiety relief programs at GoZen! delivered via engaging animated shorts.


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Jain, R. (2017). 13 Tips to Support Your Socially Worried Child. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 18, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/stress-better/2015/09/13-tips-to-support-your-socially-worried-child/

 

Last updated: 18 Nov 2017
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