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As all the kids line up to go to school, your child turns to you and says, "I don't want to take the bus. My stomach hurts. Please don't make me go." You cringe and think, Here we go again. What should be a simple morning routine explodes into a daunting challenge.
If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. It hurts to watch your child worry over situations that, frankly, don't seem that scary. Here's the thing: To your child's mind, these situations are genuinely threatening. And even perceived threats can create a real nervous system response. We call this response anxiety and I know it well.
I'd spent the better part of my childhood covering up a persistent, overwhelming feeling of worry until, finally, in my early twenties, I decided to seek out a solution. What I've learned over the last two decades is that while there is no one-size-fits-all solution for anxiety, there are a plethora of great research-based techniques that can help manage it -- many of which are simple to learn. This course provides 9 actionable, practical, research inspired ideas that parents of anxious children can try right away.
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Renee is an award-winning tech entrepreneur turned speaker and certified life coach. She specializes in cultivating skills of resilience in both adults and children. Renee's gift is taking research-based concepts and transforming them into engaging and digestible learning modules. For children, she has created one-of-a-kind programs, GoStrengths! and GoZen!, to teach life skills via digital animation.
Renee is also one of less than 400 people in the world to earn her Master's degree in Positive Psychology — the scientific study of optimal human functioning — from the University of Pennsylvania. She has been personally mentored and trained by some of the top depression prevention experts in the world. As a coach, Renee has worked with thousands of adults and children to help them uncover their individual paths to thrive.