Sometimes the world can be a big, stressful place to a child. Factor in our fast-paced lifestyles, technology and more pressure academically and socially. Sometimes they just don’t understand how to deal with the pressure and haven’t developed effective coping skills. And often they lack the ability to communicate or understand how they are feeling.
Stress symptoms in children may include:
- Decreased appetite, other changes in eating habits
- New or recurrent bed wetting.
- Sleep disturbances
- Upset stomach or vague stomach pain
- Other physical symptoms with no physical illness
To learn more about the services we provide for children, please visit our Children’s page.