Your Psychology and Mental health Portal
PsychNet-UK - Psychology and Mental health Forum
 
Mental Health and Psychology Portal
 
Index
Student Information

Separation Anxiety

Is your childs feelings of apprehension due to removal of significant persons or familiar surroundings. This condition is most common in infants 12 to 24 months old.

Professionals Information
Software
General Psychology Sites
Online Books & Journals
Psychological Articles
Separation Anxiety
Click Here - Separation Anxiety Disorder
 In order to view the video you must have java script enabled in your browser!
PsychNet-UK Separation Anxiety Disorder Information Sheet - Description,
Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
Award
Anxiety Care UK - Separation Anxiety and Over-anxious Disorder.Separation Anxiety is completely normal in very young children. Once a child has developed the ability to remember the face of its mother (or mother substitute),it will respond to different faces with various levels of alarm because it cannot assimilate the new image with mother which is the child’s prime focus; this usually occurs somewhere between the ages of six and nine months. 3/5
Do All Babies Experience Separation Anxiety?. - From Baby centre. Yes, to a degree. At certain stages, most babies or toddlers will show true anxiety and be upset at the prospect — or reality — of being separated from a parent. If you think about separation anxiety in evolutionary terms, it makes sense: A defenseless baby would naturally get upset at being separated from the person who protects and cares for him. 3/5
MedicineNet - Separation Anxiety - Treatment, Medication etc. To understand separation anxiety disorder, it is important to first recognize the normal difficulty that infants and toddlers have with strangers and in separating from parents and caretakers.. 3/5
Separation Anxiety and Over-anxious Disorder - Separation Anxiety is completely normal in very young children. Separation Anxiety is completely normal in very young children. Once a child has developed the ability to remember the face of its mother (or mother substitute),it will respond to different faces with various levels of alarm because it cannot assimilate the new image with mother which is the child’s prime focus; this usually occurs somewhere between the ages of six and nine months. 3/5
Separation Anxiety in Children - Easing Separation Anxiety Disorder. It’s natural for your young child to feel anxious when you say goodbye. Although it can be difficult, separation anxiety is a normal stage of development. 3/5
Separation Anxiety Explained -Dropping your baby off at nursery, with a carer or even with a well known family member can be traumatic experience for you and your little one, and is not helped by your baby's powerful set of lungs screaming for you to come back. Plus suggestions as to ways to make this developmental phase easier for you and your baby. 3/5
 
Test
Child Separation Anxiety Self Test - Click Here Is your childs feelings of apprehension due to removal of significant persons or familiar surroundings. This condition is most common in infants 12 to 24 months old., and is called Separtaion Anxiety Disorde
Google Scholarly Article on Separation Anxiety Disorder - Click Here
Wikipedia - Separation Anxiety Disorder - Click Here
 
Recommended Books    
Separation Anxiety Disorde
Separation Anxiety Disorde
Separation Anxiety Disorde

The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution: Gentle Ways to Make Good-bye Easy from Six Months to Six Years [Paperback]

Overcoming Your Child's Fears and Worries [Paperback]

PsychNet-UK Home Page