Are you a parent of an anxious child who:
- Needs constant reassurance
- Avoids school
- Has meltdowns every morning
- Restricts what they eat so you have to make separate meals for them
- Can't be alone or go to bed by themselves
- Isolates and shies away from friends and peers
- Struggles with anxiety or OCD.
Are you worried that your child’s anxiety is affecting how much they are enjoying activities, making friends, and living their fullest, biggest lives?
Do you want to learn more about childhood anxiety and how you can parent in a way that treats their anxiety and may even prevent their anxiety from getting worse?
If so, this workshop is for you!
SPACE stands for Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions and is a parent-based treatment program for children and adolescents with anxiety, OCD, and related problems. It was developed by Dr. Eli Lebowitz at the Yale Child Study Center and has been scientifically proven to help children with anxiety and OCD.
MEET YOUR GUIDE
Dr. Linda is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, executive coach, and mom to 3 teens. She has a thriving therapy practice, but being a parent herself, realized that there just aren’t enough parenting resources to help parents support their children. That’s why she decided to get extra training in SPACE and create this workshop!
"I'm passionate about spreading education about mental health. As a mom to a child with anxiety, this hits close to home. I wish that I had learned some of these principles when my kids were younger!"
Preview our workshop agenda!