Tue, Oct
16

Coping with Anxiety

7:00pm – 9:00pm
Free

As part of the Exceptional Parenting Program, mental health non-profit TELL presents a series of workshops. The workshops aim to help parents with various challenges, such as Coping with Anxiety.

  • In this workshop, you’ll learn:
  • What is anxiety?
  • Recognizing signs of anxiety
  • Understanding panic attacks
  • Types of anxiety
  • Techniques for coping with anxiety that can be used at home with children, family, and friends

The workshop will be led by Amanda Cox, MA, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and TELL Psychotherapist. Amanda has a background in working with children and families, including DV survivors, and trauma survivors.

Workshop is free, but donations are appreciated. All proceeds go to mental health support for the international community in Japan.

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