Dr. Ginsburg describes anxiety as distorted thoughts worrying about the future and explains that most effective tool to combat stress is CBT.
Dr. Ginsburg describes the differences between depression and anxiety. He defines mindfulness and explains why it is effective.
Children cannot study when they are worried about the future. Dr. Ginsburg explains that exercising diminishes anxiety causing chemicals. He elaborates that different techniques need to be used in various situations.
Dr. Ginsburg describes this effective technique for combating test related anxiety.
Dr. Ginsburg explains why deep slow breathing will relax the body and and allow the brain to think properly. He describes how to breathe from the belly instead of the chest.
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In this video, adolescent medicine specialist Kenneth R. Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed, of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, explains methods to reduce anxiety and depression. Strategies include the "chair technique", exercise, and mindfulness. From The American Academy of Pediatrics publication "Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development."
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