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    Pressures for Children when Starting a New Grade

    • September 2015
    • Posted By: Admin

    Starting a new grade is a complex process in which children’s different habits, routines, acquired self-discipline, motivation, and the general “know-how” of handling school situations are radically challenged. This new grade and new school year may mean, new teachers, new pupils, new physical environment and new set of subjects and tasks, which are progressively harder. Pressures for children starting a new grade are based on transition from an old environment whereby the child’s coping skills become less relevant or applicable to the new environment. South Florida Psychological Group, located in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and also covering Weston, FL and Boca Raton, FL, and its experts are knowledgeable about the various manifestation of pressures for children when starting a new grade.

    To many children this sudden change may precipitate onset of anxiety, phobias and cause awkward behavior in some social situations, as well as induce stress and fatigue as peer-competiveness increases. South Florida Psychological Group active in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and covering Weston, FL and Boca Raton, FL, practices a psychological approach that addresses these environment-acquired states that may interfere with the need to excel and may even affect children with above average intelligence and age-appropriate behavior as well.

    What should be recognized is that these imposed symptoms, caused by pressures to children when starting a new grade and which may manifest dramatically, can be successfully treated. South Florida Psychological Group, covering the areas of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Weston, FL and Boca Raton, FL, has strong expertise in pediatric and adolescent psychology that can help children exposed to pressure of starting a new grade to achieve relief from any manifestation of anxiety, stress and worry. Most importantly, proper psychological treatment conducted in a friendly setting fit for the child’s age, will be a main framework that provides a course to success. The focus of such treatment is on the elimination of environmentally imposed symptoms and restoring the child’s capability to scholastic success.