What to Do When Anxiety Runs (in) the Family
Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents:
7 Ways to Stop the Worry Cycle and Raise Courageous & Independent Children
Playing with Anxiety:
Casey’s Guide for Teens and Kids
Everyone worries and feels anxious at times, but when anxiety and worry impact you or your child in ways that limit your life and lead to avoidance of certain situations or activities, it’s time to do something. You’ve come to the right place if you’re ready to focus on changing the way you respond to life’s challenges, removing unwanted obstacles and habits and moving forward.
Your daily life and important events will be better when you and your children develop the ability to:
- Understand and manage your body’s physical stress responses
- Move your family out of the “worry cult” (most parents unknowingly make anxiety STRONGER!)
- Step into difficult situations rather than avoid them
- Focus clearly on goals, problem solving, and making adjustments…without being ruled by anxiety and worry
Over the past 24 years I’ve developed and used concrete techniques that create rapid, lasting change. My practice is rooted firmly in the belief that mental techniques can and should be taught to anyone looking to overcome anxiety, handle pressure situations, and manage the challenges of daily life. The ability to create a positive internal environment allows us to realize our individual potential, and to simply enjoy life’s experiences to the fullest.
I invite you to explore this website and learn more about the seminars and workshops I offer and the strategies I teach in private sessions. You and your child can develop and master the skills that allow you to enjoy a positive future of your own design.