It has been going for a few weeks now and it seems to spiral up. The anxiety happens at night and he says he has racing thoughts of bad stuff that he can't stop. He usually ends up shaking and crying. I suggested he reads a book before bed so he can keep those bad thoughts under control (murders, monster eating his arms, etc...). It has worked fairly well but not anymore... He says he has the thoughts during the day but it does not get as bas as night time. He also hears voices and noise when it happens althought he knows they are not real (told me that in his own words). I asked him if anything else happens that should not happen. He replied that his teacher gets further and further away when she stands before the class and he cried some more telling me that... He has heard voices before (but he cannot make out what it is saying) when he was about 4. It was at night ainly but also sometimes at daytime (he would cover his ears saying it's too loud). It went away on it's own, or at least did not cry about it anymore. I told him I would take him to see Ms Y (V's therapist) and see if she can help. It seems a bit "crazy" as I type all this. Any suggestion? Could it be just a normal phase? The part I like the least is the "teacher getting far away".... He has always been a VERY sensitive child and is not allowed to watch any kind of violence on TV. He odes not watch TV or play vidoe games outside of school. He tells that nothing happened to trigger it. (Iasked him several different way).