Some kids and teenagers experience social anxiety — a condition in which they feel extremely scared of social situations, such as giving a speech in class, making eye contact, or starting a conversation. Kids and teens with social anxiety fear embarrassment, which is why they avoid social events.
This worksheet is designed to explore situations that can make them feel more anxious as well as their thoughts and feelings. If you are a parent, teacher, or mental health professional, providing help starts with understanding things from their point of view. This way, you can teach them the right techniques to calm their emotions and challenge negative thinking.
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