How can you help your anxious child?
Give them SPACE
Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions
The SPACE Course
The SPACE course is an on-demand solution for parents who may have difficulty keeping up with the pace of a weekly workshop, or have tried reading all of the books they can find but wind up feeling more overwhelmed.
Take a deep dive into the process of Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions. This course is a self-paced practice to help parents change what is within their control.
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If you feel like SPACE is exactly what your family needs, but you want a more hands-on approach to learning the SPACE techniques, join the waitlist for the SPACE Workshop. You'll be the first to know when this program launches.
The good news is because anxiety is interdependent, parents have the power to end some of the behaviors that increase anxiety over time.
In the SPACE Course, you will learn these three pillars to help stop your child's anxiety cycles by increasing healthy, supportive behavior.
SPACE defines support as:
Acceptance + Confidence = Support
This helps your child recognize that it is safe to confront their anxiety.
Short term benefits = long term anxiety. By decreasing safety behaviors as you increase support, you'll decrease anxiety over the long term.
Talk to other supportive figures in your child's life, and get them on board so that your child has consistent support from role models.
SPACE is the program I wish I had when my son started having anxiety. These techniques have been a game changer for my family, and I know it will help yours too. I designed this course to help other parents change what is within their control, so they can help their children through their anxiety in a way that will prevent the development of long-term anxiety.
SPACE does NOT require any level of participation from your child. It is not about fixing them, or changing them. Throughout this program, you'll learn how to communicate in a way that your child is able to receive so that you can build a supportive environment.