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Anxiety: What a Parent Can Do

Anxiety: What a Parent Can Do



9205 SW Barnes Road, Portland, OR

Anxiety:

What a Parent Can Do

Shauna Signorini is a Family Liaison with the Family To Family program, a state trainer for NAMI Basics, a course for caregivers of children with mental health issues; and trained in Tier 2 Collaborative Problem-Solving through Think:Kids.   Shauna has developed and nationally presented curricula on trauma, advocacy and self-care.

 Parents and Caregivers, join us for this free workshop on strategies to help children with anxiety. Anxiety is the most common mental health diagnosis for kids and often occurs with other conditions. Anxiety can be paralyzing for the child and frustrating for the parents.

Learn about:

  • Childhood anxiety
  • Practical ideas to reduce it
  • Lessening the impact of a child's anxiety on the family
This training is intended for parents, guardians, direct caregivers or those new to the subject
PDF Flyer - Click here
 
Wednesday, Oct. 2, 6:30-8 p.m.
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
Souther Auditorium
9205 SW Barnes Road
Portland, OR
 
Register at
www.providence.org/classes.
Click on “online class catalog” and
search by class name for “Swindells Center - Anxiety -
Portland.” To register by phone, call 503-215-2429
 
This workshop is FREE
 
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