Episode 130 | Anxiety and Depression in Children with Ed Welch

Do you have a child who struggles with anxiety and you aren’t sure how to help? Are you seeing warning signs that your child might be depressed and you’re concerned for their physical, social, and spiritual well-being? Join Katy and me, along with special guest Ed Welch, as we discuss what depression and anxiety actually look like in kids and how we can help them when they have trouble verbalizing their feelings.

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Episode 130 | Anxiety and Depression in Children with Ed Welch: Whatever your children may be struggling with, reassure them that you’re in it together. Don’t undervalue the good, simple things you do as a parent. Use the community God has given you for encouragement. Pray, search the Scripture, and seek Godly counsel that points to the great and wonderful counselor, Jesus Christ. 

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