The Difference a Diagnosis Makes: How Understanding Fear of Harm Syndrome May Help Save Your Child

Alice* is artistic, intelligent and on her third
school placement. Her parents remember that she was always very hot as a baby. Growing up she would constantly kick off the bed covers, often waking up in a pool of sweat with terrifying nightmares that no one could explain. She was often afraid to go to sleep. She would worry about everything, howled when she was separated from her parents and often demanded to sleep in their bed.