Symptoms include excessive worry and fear in daily life, recurrent headaches, stomach distress, nausea, irritability, fatigue, and insomnia.
Therapy and Support for Teens Struggling With Anxiety
If your teen has been struggling with anxiety, they are certainly not alone. The most recent NIMH statistics show an estimated 31.9% of teens had an anxiety disorder, with 8.3% of them experiencing severe impairment. Anxiety can interfere with a teen’s academic performance and impair social functioning and disrupt relationships.
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Is My Teen Is Struggling with Anxiety?
Parents may wonder if their teen is experiencing anxiety or if the symptoms they are exhibiting are related to something else. Since there are several forms of anxiety, each with unique features, it may be difficult to know without the help of a mental health expert.
Consider the different types of anxiety and their related symptoms:
What to Do If My Teen is Struggling with Anxiety?
If you suspect your teen is struggling with anxiety, you’ll find there are outpatient treatment programs available to provide needed treatment and support. Outpatient treatment options include:
Teen outpatient treatment involves the following:
If your teen is exhibiting signs and symptoms of anxiety disorder, reach out to us today at