PSP 092: How to Help Kids with OCD or Anxiety Who aren’t Motivated to Help Themselves
Published November 13, 2018
36 min
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    You’ve read all the books. You’ve joined all the Facebook groups. You’ve started therapy. Now if your child would just get onboard with the whole process – they can really make progress with their issues. But they won’t. They refuse to talk about it. They refuse to fight it. They refuse any and all help. How are you supposed to help kids with OCD or anxiety if they don’t want to help themselves? That is the million-dollar question. Motivation is KEEEEY to success – did I use enough Es? Without it you have nothing. Trust me I know. I spend day in and day out with kids in my therapy practice and then I go home to three of them as well. I don’t move on until motivation is solid. So, what is a parent to do? I have some thoughts on that – and I share them on this week’s episode of The AT Parenting Survival Podcast. *** Interested in my AT Parenting Community Membership? Click below to get added to my waitlist and be the first to hear when it opens up: Sign up for my weekly email newsletter:   To sign up for my online class on How to Crush Social Anxiety (for Adults & Kids 10 and Up):   To sign up for my online class: Parenting Kids with OCD   To sign up for my online class: Teaching Kids to Crush Anxiety Ultimate list of helpful anxiety products:   For more parenting support visit:   To join my private Facebook group visit: For AT Parenting Online Classes visit:   For my anxiety books visit:   Join the fun on my YouTube channel: Other social places I hang out:
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