Children and Social Anxiety Disorder
Parenting a Child With SAD: How to be a Good Role Model
Environmental triggers can play a role in the development of social anxiety disorder (SAD) in children. Learn about how to role model confident social behaviors and the protective effect that this will have on your child.
Social Anxiety Disorder in Children
Social Anxiety Disorder is less common in young children but symptoms may appear as early as infancy. Learn about the signs and symptoms of the disorder common to children and adolescents.
Home Management Strategies for Social Anxiety Disorder
A set of strategies for parents to use in helping their children cope with Social Anxiety Disorder. Although not a substitute for treatment, these strategies may help parents to communicate with their children about the difficulties that they face and how best to cope with everyday situations.
Social Anxiety Disorder in Children and Adolescents
In this article Jim Chandler, M.D., talks about the signs and symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) in children, as well as the methods for treatment. In particular, he has included a review of the use of medication for treating SAD in children.
Parenting the Shy Child
In this detailed article, licensed clinical psychologist Renee Gilbert, Ph.D., discusses tips for parenting a shy child. Although shyness is less severe than Social Phobia, the recommendations in this article will be helpful for parents of children with all types of problems with social anxiety.
How to Recognize Teenagers With Social Anxiety Disorder
Teenagers with social anxiety disorder suffer impairment in all areas of their lives including school performance, making friends, and participating in extracurricular activities.
Tips for Teenagers With Social Anxiety Disorder
Being a teenager with social anxiety disorder can be difficult. Learn how to cope and how you can manage social anxiety on a daily basis.
Tips for Parenting Teenagers With Social Anxiety Disorder
Parenting a teenager with social anxiety disorder can be challenging. Learn how to help your teenager cope and how you can provide the best environment for improvement.