Does your child or the children you work with struggle with anxiety: panic attacks, separation anxiety, stomach aches, headaches, tantrums, obsessions/compulsions, avoidance of activities, racing thoughts, or troubles with sleep?
Anxiety has many faces, and at this workshop parents, caregivers, and professionals will learn about the psychological and physiological roots of anxiety, why it is on the rise in our children, and what to do to help children better manage it. Research and theory in the field of mental health and interpersonal neurobiology will be explored and attendees will be given resources and direct tools to help their child, or the children they work with, overcome this emotional obstacle. This presentation is appropriate for parents, caregivers, teachers, and mental health professionals.
Tammy Schamuhn, R. Psychologist, R. Play Therapist, Co-Founder: Institute of Child Psychology, Executive Director: Family Counselling Centres
Red Deer College
Margaret Parsons Theatre
Who Should Attend:
This presentation is appropriate for parents; caregivers; education and mental health professionals
What is Provided:
Handouts of an overview of the material. Refreshments will be provided at the event, but participants will need to take care of their lunch (a break will be provided between 12:00-1:00pm). A certificate of completion will be granted after completion of this seminar.
Refunds only given up to 30 days prior to the event. Tickets can be transferred to a third party at any time.