Stop the Worry Cycle, Preventing Anxiety in Children is a workshop for parents held by Catherine Coulter from Bristol Child Parent Support on Saturday 2nd March.
Generalised Anxiety Disorder is the most common disorder in childhood. Research shows that most mental health disorders start before the age of 14.
Anxiety Uk states:
1 in 10 young people experience a mental health disorder (Green et al 2005)
Over half of all mental ill-health starts by age 14 and 75% develops by age 18 (Murphy and Fonagy 2012)
Anxiety and depression are the most common mental health difficulties and these have high co-morbidity (Green et al 2005
School learning, stress tolerance, confidence, motivation, personal relationships will be adversely affected (Layard 2008)
Let’s stop the “Worry Cycle” and prevent mental problems developing now and in the future. Learn skills and be empowered so you can help your child, suitable for parents with children between ages (4/5-12).
Let’s stop this cycle and share how to:
– Understand how anxiety works, Flight and Fight response and the role of the Amygdala.
– Stop walking on eggshells and be confident what to say to it.
– Understand common traps you may get into with the anxiety, how you might make it worse
– Go into battle with anxiety and identify the different types of anxiety
– Understand to reframe the negative thoughts, understand emotion coaching, teach your child how to talk to anxiety. How to control the worry monster.
– Some tips on how to help your child self-soothe/regulate and lots of tips to manage and prevent anxiety
– Ask questions to a clinician with over thirty years experience in mental health in a safe and small group setting
Payment in full secures your place – no refunds given but tickets can be transferred to another party anytime. There are no creche facilities -this workshop is for parents only. Handouts included and refreshments provided.
- Date: Saturday 2nd March
- Time: 9.45am-12.30pm
- Cost: £50 (payment in advance)
- Where: Muller House, BS7 ( Ashley Down)
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Disclaimer: This is a workshop and is not the same as attending a series of bespoke sessions