“Anxiety is the most common mental health concern for children and adults. Because anxious teens are often quiet and compliant, they frequently go unnoticed by their parents and teachers”.
The information given on this webpage is clear and concise, and the language used is easy to understand, so it should be accessible by everyone. This resource gives information to parents/family on teen anxiety, broken down into 2 sections. The first section gives a brief introduction to what anxiety is, the second section gives advice to parents/family in regards to help they can provide for their teen with anxiety. There is also information on how Relate can help in the situation, including attending family counselling.
This is a free to access resource, available through the Relate website. The information given is clear and concise, and the language used is easy to understand, so it should be accessible be everyone.
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