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					Separation Anxiety in Children


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                    Definition
• Separation anxiety disorder in children's is not a
  normal stage in development phase.
• Separation anxiety disorder may be excessively
  clingy to family members, may fear going to school,
  or being alone.



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Normal Separation Anxiety in Children
Process which make separation anxiety easier.
• Leave your child with a caregiver for brief periods
  and short distance
• Babies are more susceptible to separation anxiety
  when they’re tired or hungry
• Tell your child you are leaving and that you will
  return soon, then will go back to home.

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   Common Symptoms of SADNESS in
            Children’s
• Nightmares about separation: Often have scary
  dreams about being alone.
• Refuse to go to school: Unreasonable fear of school,
  and do anything for stay home.
• Display reluctance to go sleep: SADNESS may make
  these children insomniacs.
• Complain of physical sickness: Children with
  separation disorder often complain they feeling ill.
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  Common Causes of SAD in Children
Separation anxiety disorder occurs, when a child feel
  unsafe in some way.
Following cause are:
• Change in environment
• Stress
• Over-protective parent

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             Health Tips for Parents
•   Learn about separation anxiety disorder
•   Listen to and respect your child’s feeling
•   Talk about the issue
•   Offer choices
•   Support the child’s participation in activity
•   Praise your child’s efforts

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     Treatments for SAD in Children
• Talk therapy: Provide a place to express feelings
• Play therapy: Effective way to get kids talking about
  their feeling
• School-based counseling: Help to understand social
  behavior, and academic behavior or anxiety
• Medication: Medication may be used for separation
  anxiety disorder.

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Overcoming Agoraphobia & Extreme Anxiety Disorders




         By Tim O’Lawler
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Description: Separation anxiety disorder may be excessively clingy to family members, may fear going to school, or being alone.