My son has struggled with anxiety for years. We're to the point where we've thought about medication but I'm afraid that once you start medicating, there's no turning back. He has Tourette's and ADHD to go along with all this so medicating is hard because so many drugs can make other conditions worse and then you have to medicate the other and so on. Anyway, he's been really beating himself up lately. His nerves are frayed and he can't seem to get a handle on his emotions. He gets so nervous that vomiting is the norm when it's really bad. We have him meeting with a child psychologist soon, we've had the initial appointment already but I'm wondering if I should try a sports psychologist. What bothers me the most is that we give him notes to take on court, strategies to apply when he's out there, and we try to stay as encouraging as possible but nothing really seems to help him. He just gets so entrenched in nervousness and negativity that he can't seem to 'think' himself out of it. Any suggestions? Should we try a different sport? Raising kids is NOT easy, LOL!