Parent workshop available in online format with Q and A and online option to view when works for you

The next 2 part virtual parent workshop Nurturing Courage and Competence- Helping Your Child Cope with Stress and Anxiety will be offered live streaming on Tuesday December 7th and Tuesday December 14th  from 7:30 to 9pm.
This workshop teaches parents about the nature of anxiety in children and cognitive and behavioral tools parents can use to help their child cope with anxiety.  In addition, it can jump start or add to a child's individual treatment.  Many parents say they do not get enough guidance on how to coach their children in anxious moments or how to handle day to day struggles. The second segment focuses on how to parent your child through typical difficult times for children with anxiety (e.g., trying new things, stomachaches, homework, and bedtime) using the tools from part 1.
Cost is $50 for both sessions, $75 for 2 adults same family (e.g parents, grandparent, nanny).
There will be two 90 minutes sessions online with a question and answer segments and interaction throughout the presentation.  With the small size, it is hoped that parents can get some of the help and support they experience from each other during the in person version.   The 2 meetings in December will be held 1 few week apart (given the holiday)  to allow parents a chance to practice strategies and get feedback.
A follow on monthly parent support group is avaiable for interested parents 
This worskop will be offered on a Saturday in the next few months if there is sufficient registration
To register for this workshop or to be added to the mailing list, email Dr. Lynne Siqueland at  
Nurturing Courage and Competence:  Parenting Your Child with Anxiety online version- to download and view when convenient
This is a 2 part series.  Each video is 45 minutes long and contains voice lecture and power point slides. This is a series you can download and watch on your own time.
         Part 1:  Understanding and addressing anxiety in kids and teens
  • —  What is normal and when concerns
  • —  What makes anxiety stick around
  • —  What kids, teens and parents can do to change it
Part 2Parenting tips and how to use strategies in times of difficulty for anxious children –
  •  mornings
  •  new situations
  •  bedtime or sleep issues
  •  homework
The cost for both videos is $25 and you can pay by PayPal or credit card on the PayPal site.  If you email me, Lynne Siqueland at, I will send a link for payment.  After payment is received, I will send a file with the videos for viewing.  If you are interested after viewing in being part of an online webinar with questions and answers, please indicate in the email