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What to do (and not to do) when raising a child with anxiety with Dr. Regine Galanti

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The Worry Wart. The Anxious Annie. The Nervous Nellie. Anyone else find themselves using these lighthearted nicknames to refer to their kids when they get worked up or worry about something that just seems like not that big of a deal?

Parenting an anxious child can be challenging to say the least. Our guest on the show today, Regine Galanti, is going to be sharing her best tips for navigating this difficult task while parenting your child with expert compassion. Dr. Galanti is the founder of Long Island Behavioral Psychology and author of several books including her latest, Parenting Anxious Kids. She specializes in helping kids, teens, and parents manage anxiety through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and specifically giving them tools to help them face their fears. This episode is a valuable listen for not only Moms but anyone who works with kids - hit play and enjoy!

In this episode of the No Guilt Mom podcast you’ll learn:

  • What to do (and not to do) when raising a child with anxiety
  • Methods for helping both you and your child manage their anxiety in stressful situations
  • The importance of maintaining calm when your child with anxiety starts to escalate their behavior and how to help them
  • How to parent your anxious child with compassion while helping them overcome their feelings of anxiety

Resources We Shared:

Parenting Anxious Kids: Understanding Anxiety in Children by Age and Stage by Regine Galanti, PhD

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The Worry Wart. The Anxious Annie. The Nervous Nellie. Anyone else find themselves using these lighthearted nicknames to refer to their kids when they get worked up or worry about something that just seems like not that big of a deal?

Parenting an anxious child can be challenging to say the least. Our guest on the show today, Regine Galanti, is going to be sharing her best tips for navigating this difficult task while parenting your child with expert compassion. Dr. Galanti is the founder of Long Island Behavioral Psychology and author of several books including her latest, Parenting Anxious Kids. She specializes in helping kids, teens, and parents manage anxiety through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and specifically giving them tools to help them face their fears. This episode is a valuable listen for not only Moms but anyone who works with kids - hit play and enjoy!

In this episode of the No Guilt Mom podcast you’ll learn:

  • What to do (and not to do) when raising a child with anxiety
  • Methods for helping both you and your child manage their anxiety in stressful situations
  • The importance of maintaining calm when your child with anxiety starts to escalate their behavior and how to help them
  • How to parent your anxious child with compassion while helping them overcome their feelings of anxiety

Resources We Shared:

Parenting Anxious Kids: Understanding Anxiety in Children by Age and Stage by Regine Galanti, PhD

Join our newsletter! Get connected to No Guilt Mom and get our Home Responsibility Calculator absolutely FREE, so you can make a plan to delegate the work.

Rate & Review the No Guilt Mom Podcast on Apple here. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the podcast! Listen on Spotify? You can rate us there too!

Check out our favorite deals from our sponsors here!

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