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When to Worry About Your Child's/Teen's Worries: Free Virtual Workshop for Parents

Tuesday, Oct. 11

7:30pm - 8:30pm

  Outreach | outreach@cbc-psychology.com

Register for this workshop by clicking here!

Worry among kids and teens is common, whether it’s related to nighttime, friends, schoolwork or world events. Most of the time, worries come and go naturally. However, when worries interfere with a child or teen’s ability to participate in their friendships, fully attend to their schoolwork, sleep and otherwise be a kid, there may be more cause for concern.

In this webinar, learn more about the different types of anxieties and ways to know if your child or teen is experiencing typical concerns or ones that would benefit from professional attention. Dr. Rachel Busman, PsyD, ABPP, clinical psychologist and senior director of the Child & Adolescent Anxiety and Related Disorders Program, will review practical strategies that caregivers can use to support their child’s bravery and resilience, as well as discuss evidence-based treatments for anxiety through the lifespan.

Topics include:

  • What is the difference between worries that are typical and ones that need more professional attention?
  • What are some ways caregivers can both support and encourage their child to face fears and increase resilience?
  • What are the best treatments for children and teens who have anxiety?
  • How can school support my child or teen who is anxious?

This workshop will take place virtually on Tuesday, Oct. 11, in honor of World Mental Health Day (Oct. 10) from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.

You can register by clicking here.