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Helping our children manage their anxiety and worries

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This course focuses on giving parents practical tips on managing their children’s anxiety and worries in their day-to-day family life.

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Ideal for parents of children aged 9-19 years, I will cover the following topics:

• Understanding how the teenage brain develops and why this can make our children more anxious

• Learning to communicate and connect with our children when they are anxious

• Top tips on managing their anxieties and worries

• Planning for anxious moments, how parents can be proactive in managing their child’s anxiety and worries.

I know how hard it is trying to parent a child with anxiety and worries. Children, particularly pre-teens and teenagers, go through phases when they are anxious, they all worry about different things and many are picking up on general concerns about Covid-19.

Some children become withdrawn and “lockdown” when it becomes impossible to talk to them while others express their anxiety in their behaviour, often becoming difficult, defensive and angry.

I want to give parents a fresh understanding of their child’s reactions to anxiety and worries. I know how hard it is to communicate with anxious children so I focus on sharing practical tips on how to do this to help parents build a more positive relationship with their child.

I want parents to leave my courses with new ideas and approaches and feeling more optimistic about helping their child manage their anxieties and worries.

Quotes from parents about my courses and Cafe’s

“Brilliant! Exceeded my expectations”

“It was a welcoming, non-judgemental space where you can talk openly about the challenges you face of the parent.”

“Thank you so much Ruth for a fantastic, inspiring session”

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