Recorded Workshop

Emory University Exclusive: Anxious Children: What Really Helps?

December 04, 2023 12:00 pm EDT/EST

This workshop was hosted live on the date noted above, you can view the recording and download the handouts below.

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About This Workshop

Does any of this sound like your child? 

  • Clinging, crying and/or tantrums when you separate 
  • Excessive shyness, avoiding social situations 
  • Constant worry 
  • Avoiding situations or places because of fears 
  • Complaints of frequent stomach aches or headaches 
  • Sudden and frequent panic attacks 

Your child may be struggling with anxiety. And you may feel frustrated and helpless. You are not alone, and there are proven strategies you can use to help your anxious child. 

One in three children will experience an anxiety disorder before adulthood. Unless treated, childhood anxiety doesn’t just go away, and many will grow up to be anxious adults. If you’re wondering how to support your anxious child in ways that help, want to learn what really doesn’t help, or if you’re simply curious about childhood anxiety, this workshop is for you. 

  • Click the button above to watch the recording of this workshop previously hosted. Come learn proven, effective solutions that quickly produce positive results giving you more clarity and confidence. If you are looking for more support email our Parent Guides at Solutions@Peaceathomeparenting.com.
  • Click the button above to register for this Emory University Exclusive, 45 minute, virtual, Interactive workshop.  We’ll email (1) a zoom link to add to your calendar, (2) reminders as the date gets closer and (3) a link to the recording and handouts once the live session is complete. Come learn proven, effective solutions that quickly produce positive results giving you more clarity and confidence.

After this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Recognize and understand the signs and symptoms of anxiety.
  • Identify why accommodating anxious behaviors can reinforce distress, and what you can do instead. 
  • Apply simple strategies to handle day-to-day challenges with your anxious child.

Meet your Instructors

Aaron Weintraub

Autism, Anxiety, ADHD,

MS, Curriculum Advisor

Topics

  • communication
  • emotions
  • mental health
  • Neurodiversity (ADHD/ASD)

Age Category

  • All, Effective Parenting Principles
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