Child in Mind: What do we know about Childhood Anxiety and what can Parents do about it?

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Feeling anxious and worried is a normal experience for children, but how do we know when it’s becoming a serious problem and what can we do about it? In this podcast, Claudia Hammond discusses these issues and more with expert Professor Cathy Creswell from the University of Reading, and Beckie, whose whole family was affected by her son’s anxiety.

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This is a great podcast for parents that can be listened to on the go when doing the school run or when you’re relaxing after your children have gone to bed.

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10/01/2018

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