Strategies for Coping with Anxiety Webinar

Wed, January 31, 6pm – 8pm
What is anxiety? Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. Children might feel anxious when faced with various problems, including separation, prior to taking a test, school activities, adjustment to family issues, and many more. For a child diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, the anxiety does not diminish and may become more profound over time. The feelings may begin to interfere with daily functioning, creating difficulty in the child’s activities, school work, and relationships. It is important to recognize that there are a variety of anxiety disorders. Examples include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder. Each child experiences their own symptoms of anxiety that are specific to their own life situations.
This training you will teach you how to identify anxiety in your child, strategies to help them cope, and how to identify when additional help is needed. We will also provide education about the different anxiety disorders and how to best support the type of anxiety exhibited by your child. Helpful tips will be provided to best manage your child when anxious, how your child can communicate needs to peers and/or family, and how to function effectively within the school setting. 
About the Trainer: Tania Stolfa, LPC, received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2009. Tania has been practicing in the outpatient mental health setting since 2010, including working in Intensive In-Home, Supervisory Roles, and Programming for Mental Health. She is currently working on her advanced certification as an Adoption Competent Therapist. Tania has been working with children and families both in the child’s home and at the outpatient level since 2007. Tania is dually licensed in both the state of Wisconsin and Virginia.  She continues to specialize in working with trauma, attachment, and severe mental health disorders, working from a multi-systems approach, encompassing work with not only the client but the whole family. Most recently, Tania has gone into her own private practice with Engaging Therapies, LLC, in Waukesha County.

$20/single online participant / $80 agencies 

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