Institute of Child Psychology

Childhood Anxiety: Helping Children Heal *SASKATOON*

Childhood Anxiety: Helping Children Heal

USD $73.99

Childhood Anxiety: Helping Children Heal

** Take 20% off for online option with coupon code saskatoon20off

SKU: 2019-03-28-1-1-3 Categories: , Tags: , ,


Saskatoon! We are coming to you LIVE and In Person! Set your calendars for Saturday, March 11, 2023 as we will be hosting a full day workshop!

Event- Childhood Anxiety:

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.


This course has a holistic* and strength-based approach that  focusses on what we as caretakers, parents, and professionals can do vs. stigmatizing children who are struggling. Various facets of the child’s environment will be explored that can contribute to a child’s emotional struggles.

Join Tania Johnson, Registered Psychologist, Registered Play Therapist, and Co-Founder of the Institute of Child Psychology, as we explore the research and theory research and theory in the field of mental health, education, attachment, naturopathic medicine, and  interpersonal neurobiology will be explored.   Attendees will be given resources and direct tools to help their child, or the children they work with, overcome this emotional obstacle.

This workshop aims to enlighten, empower, and inspire those who take care of our children.


  • Identify neurobiological and physiological mechanisms that underline anxiety
  • Describe ways in which parenting styles can contribute to anxiety in children
  • Implement a variety of emotion regulation strategies
  • Recognize environmental and societal factors that contribute towards the increase in anxiety amongst children
  • Explore pharmacological and naturopathic treatment options

Tania Johnson, R. Psychologist, R. Play Therapist, Co-Founder: Institute of Child Psychology

We have 2 options to help work with whichever you would prefer, in person or live-streamed. Please indicate your preference at checkout.
In-Person Option:  Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
Live Streamed Option: Zoom
*** All participants will receive access to a recording of the event available for 30 days after the presentation

This presentation is appropriate for parents, educators, child care professionals, caregivers, and mental health professionals.

Workbooks to complete throughout the day are available at event sign-in. Refreshments {coffee, tea and water} will be provided at the event. An electronic certificate of completion will be granted after completion of this seminar {within 10 business days}



We offer subsidized tickets to those have limited income!
Please email us at for qualifications.


Tickets purchased within 30 days of the course start date can be refunded within 24 hours of purchase timestamp.
Tickets can be transferred to another party at any time.

All workshops provided by the Institute of Child Psychology, along with all workshop materials, are strictly for educational purposes only and cannot be categorized as psychological or mental health services.

Please contact our administration team for further details at





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Instructor Information

Tania Johnson

I am a Registered Psychologist and a Registered Play Therapist. I completed my undergraduate studies in South-Africa before engaging in a one year, full time internship in Chicago at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America. In 2012, I received my Masters of Counselling from City University of Seattle. During my Master’s degree, I worked both on the front lines and as a counsellor with foster and adoptive families who faced a range of emotional, behavioural and cognitive challenges. Since completing my degree, I have worked in a private practice setting with children, teens, adults and families. I work primarily from an attachment based perspective. This means that I work with clients to explore how early relationships affect how we come to understand our self, other people and the world. It is an honour to work with clients and families to create a space for lasting change. I endeavour to always approach my clients with respect, honesty, integrity and warmth.