Don't start next school year like this school year ended. Join us this Summer to get a plan for next school year. In this four week class, we help you step back, determine the reasons for your child's school refusal behaviors, and develop a step-by-step parenting plan to encourage your child to stay in school all day, everyday.
Do you find your child being negative? Quick to give up? Shy away from challenges? You can help your child develop a growth mindset, a can-do attitude and help your child understand that they have the capacity to learn anything. In Growth Mindset for Parents you’ll learn all about learning and why we often choose comfort over growth. Join us to learn how to help your child beat the resistance and thrive in school and discover how to navigate and feel their way through struggles and failures.
Are you more and more controlled by the "what if?" Do you identify yourself as an "anxious person?" Not sure how to how to get out of the grips of anxiety? Join us for Anxiety 101! Over the next four weeks, we will learn the basics of Anxiety while also identifying Cognitive Behavioral skills to use when anxiety is "tricking your mind and body."
We know that transitioning back to school after a 3-month break can be tough for both children and parents. For some children, anticipating a new grade, a new classroom, a new teacher, making friends, facing bullies, feeling “uncool” or coping with academic pressures can fuel anxiety, even dread. Back 2 School will help parents understand how to help their anxious child transition back to school. We will discuss the "morning routine," what to do if your child refuses school, and many other challenges that your child may have with returning to school.
Are you always worried about what others are thinking of you? Do you avoid social situations because you are "too anxious?" Please join us for this 4 week class as we discuss how anxious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can hold socially anxious people from enjoying school, work, friendships, and so much more. We will help you stop hiding from socially anxiety and people by using Cognitive Behavioral skills to care more about yourself than others perceptions of you.
In this four week class, we will cover the basics of anxiety from a Cognitive Behavioral perspective. This will give you a better idea of the key areas to be looking for when your child is anxious. We will also discuss how to remain emotionally and physically neutral, while being empathetic to your child. You will learn Cognitive Behavioral parenting strategies to help your child be less dependent on you and more confident to work though anxious situations on his/her own.