The Media Creates Coronavirus Anxiety. What Can you Do to Manage It?

Coronavirus - Redeemed Life Counseling

These last few weeks, any screen you turn on from social media to the news, there’s someone talking about Coronavirus.   The coronavirus situation is constantly changing, often several times per day, so it’s no surprise that anxiety levels stay elevated.  Do you find yourself glued to the TV or social media? Are you worried […]

8 tips and tools for anxiety relief

8 Tips and Tools for Anxiety Relief - Redeemed Life Counseling

If you experience stress and anxiety, then you’re no stranger to how overwhelming it can be. Being unable to concentrate, racing thoughts, excessive worrying, even feeling irritable and restless can all indicate you are experiencing anxiety.   Thankfully, there are things you can do to bring you some relief, calm your mind and body, and get […]

6 tips for parenting an anxious child

6 Tips for Parenting an Anxious Child - Redeemed Life Counseling

Everyone experiences anxiety, worries, and fears to some degree.  It’s part of life and helps keep us safe. Healthy worrying helps alert us to things that could be dangerous and can guide good decision making.  Some children, though, experience heightened anxiety that causes them to have intense and frequent worries about more things. Their worry […]

What Is Separation anxiety in children

What Is Separation Anxiety in Children - Redeemed Life Counseling

“Separation Anxiety” typically refers to young children becoming upset when they are separated from their caregivers.  A young child who clings to mom’s leg when they are dropped off at daycare, or screaming when they are left with grandparents for an afternoon.   It is heart-wrenching to see your child crying when you are trying […]

Helping children win over worry and alleviate their anxiety

Helping Children Win over Worry - Redeemed Life Counseling

By Sherry Allen, MA, LPC Intern Helping Your Child Experience and React to Worry and Anxiety in Healthy and Beneficial Ways is Absolutely Possible… Each day in my office, I see adults, adolescents, and children face their personal experiences with worry (primarily a brain process) and anxiety (primarily a brain and body process). The discomfort […]

Children and anxiety: when to worry about their worry

Children and Anxiety - Redeemed Life Counseling

By Sherry Allen, MA, LPC Intern Children worry. Feeling anxious is a natural reaction to stressful situations. Yet, that feeling can become a disorder when it interferes with a child’s ability to function and navigate through daily experiences. What Worry Level is Healthy?Crisis is unavoidable. During a crisis, a certain level of anxiety is a […]