Anxious parents are actually the ones who need all the help. I am a psychiatrist who has worked at a major university's mental health clinic for 16 years.

Technically my job is keep my door open and help students through the crises, big and small. But I have also developed a comprehensive approach to the assessment and treatment of anxious parents.

The parents are suffering from anxiety about their children's anxiety, and it's not easy to persuade them that all is OK.

Parents are allowing their anxiety to take over, and it's not helping anyone, least of all their children. If a child calls home too much, there must be a crises! And if a child calls too little, there must be a crises.

The Precis continues. The World Students Society thanks author Mathilde Ross.


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