Tag Archives: Anxiety

Perinatal Anxiety: Common But Not Frequently Recognized or Treated

According to a recent meta-analysis published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, one in five pregnant women experience at least one type of anxiety disorder. While this may be surprising to some, anybody who works with pregnant and postpartum women is well aware that anxiety is very common in this population.   Because anxiety is so… Read More »

Helping Students With Test Anxiety

Test anxiety is not just about how the child feels in the room taking the test, said Nathaniel von der Embse, an assistant professor of school psychology at the University of South Florida, who was the first author on a 30-year review of test anxiety published in 2018. The review showed that test anxiety is… Read More »