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Childhood & Teenage Anxiety – Part 28th October 2018
Childhood & Teenage Anxiety
I’ve just recently finished a webinar on childhood & teenage anxiety, and I am absolutely overwhelmed by the response we have had to this. So many concerned parents have been in touch, and I knew I was going to be able to support them in a meangingful way.
If you didn’t catch the webinar, I do have the recording I can share, please just drop us an email to email@example.com, and I’ll send it right over to you.
This was the original post on FB, and I thought I would share this on here, so you could get an idea of what content you will be getting:
Anxious child or teenager?
Are you the parent of an anxious child or teenager? Or perhaps you are an anxious child or teenager yourself?
Are you looking for a solution to improve your quality of life, or to understand your child’s anxiety better and be able to help them?
As a parent of a formally anxious teenager myself, I can speak from experience, the power of CBT and how life changing it can be for all the family.
However, I realise I was perhaps uniquely placed, as a CBT therapist to help my daughter. Even though I knew strategies and techniques to help her, I found it incredibly difficult at times. I felt alone, and a little helpless, and it got me to thinking, about other parents, children and teenagers who perhaps don’t have that type of resource.
The reality for most families is that waiting lists are long, and perhaps finances don’t stretch to private one to one therapy, and this can lead to anxiety disorders becoming more and more life debilitating. The leads to frustration for parents, and also the affected child, and can indeed lead to developing further mental health disorders.
The more and more parents I speak to, the more and more I realised that there was something missing to bridge the gap for both parents and their anxious children.
I want to help spread the word and help as many parents, children and teenagers as I possibly can with the solution I have found.
> My experience of being a parent of an anxious child
> The solutions I tried (even as a therapist, I was challenged)
> How we turned it around
> What help and resources are available to you and your child.
>The Solution that works and bridges the gap.
If would like to have access to this invaluable information, drop me a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.