Symptoms of Abuse
Children who have been abused can have a hard time sleeping,
Be unusually secretive
Sudden mood swings,
Fear of particular places or people,
Changes in eating habits,
Outburst of anger.
If your child exhibits symptoms of anxiety consider giving us a call. We are ready to help.
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