Helping Kids With Worry
Tammi Kirkness shares evidence-based technique to help kids find calm.
All kids go through tricky times. Bright kids can struggle to switch off their mind, creative kids often heap pressure on themselves and sensitive kids may be easily overwhelmed. When our kids worry, it's as though they give away some of their happiness.
So how can we help our children to overcome anxious thoughts?
With so many parents homeschooling throughout the pandemic, we invited Tammi Kirkness, author of The Panic Button Book for Kids, to share her insights on how we can guide our children through difficult times.
In this insightful webinar, Tammi shared six evidence-based techniques you can use right away to support your child to regain a sense of calm and relief from worry.
Watch the replay to learn how to use 'decision trees' to help kids work through their feelings so they aren't as overwhelmed, worried or caught up in busy thoughts.
We are grateful to Tammi for sharing her insights into managing anxiety and worry, along with actionable steps that can help primary age children to regain a sense of peace.