News • 27 May 2020

Is your child suffering from pandemic-induced back to school anxiety?

With many children starting to return to school following remote learning initiatives around Australia, you may start to see pandemic-induced anxiety begin to develop in children and teenagers. This phenomenon can present in different symptoms than you would normally see in adults, who can also suffer from pandemic-induced anxiety.

Whilst many adults are struggling with the changes and stressors that coronavirus has brought to our home and work lives, it’s no surprise that children and teenagers are also being affected by the sudden changes. 

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