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Helping the Child who Struggles with Anxiety

With Tierney Payne, LPCC, of The Nord Center

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Presented: 2021

A Black American mother comforts her young son as she helps him to put on a potective mask. The son's eyes show concern.

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Description of Presentation

Has this pandemic increased the anxiety level of your child? Is mask wearing, social distancing and all of the new restrictions creating stress? Or has your child always been anxious and you are eager to learn some new strategies to help? Tierney Payne, LPCC, manager of Africancentric Services at The Nord Center, will talk about practical things families can do to help a child who struggles with anxiety. Learn how creating structure, providing coping skills and developing an action plan to overcome fear can lead to a calmer and happier child. Join the community of families with an elementary-aged child who struggles with attention and anxiety.

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