Separation anxiety is a common phenomenon during transition points in a child's life. However, allowing that separation anxiety to take control will result in developmental issues.
In this session Mark Dworkin, LCSW talks to parents, helping them overcome their own anxiety over their children's fits of anxiety. A parent's anxiety is reflected in increased separation anxiety in a child. When a parent can handle these problems with gentleness and compassion, the child grows. It's natural for your young child to feel anxious when you say goodbye. However allowing that separation anxiety to take control will result in developmental issues.
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