“Three Things You Need to Know” is an anxiety guide for all ages. The guide will introduce families to the concepts of “caveman brains,” your triangles (both anxious and calm), and help you reframe what you’ve learned in “fools, pools, and tools.” Download your copy of the guide to learn more.
#1 Caveman Brains Cavemen were not known to be very intelligent people. They had smaller brains than humans do today. They were known, and named for, living in caves. When cavemen were at home, inside their caves, they could relax and feel safe. But the world outside of their caves was actually pretty dangerous. […]
Supporting Your Teen and Caring for Yourself During Covid-19 Dr. Adams, Dr. Speer, Rebekah Bryson Anxiety in Teens It is natural for teens (and adults) to feel anxious at times. Not only is it natural, it is adaptive and can be helpful in many situations, such as when preparing for a test or being extra […]
It’s easy to recognize that a child hiding behind a parent’s leg, trying to disappear from a friendly stranger’s questions, may be feeling shy and a little anxious at that moment. It’s also pretty widely acknowledged that certain scenarios like public speaking, starting a new school, or going away to camp may create a bit […]