Parents, caretakers, and community guests are invited to attend two separate parent workshops focused on The Internet & Anxiety: Keeping Kids Safe.
Parents, caretakers, and community guests are invited to attend two separate parent workshops on March 25 and April 16 in the Garage at Grand Rapids Christian High School. These events are free, please RSVP to one or both if you're interested in attending.
Understanding Anxiety: Presented by the Anxiety Resource Center
Monday, March 25th, from 7:00-8:30 pm
The GARAGE @ Grand Rapids Christian High School
This presentation is for parents and caregivers who want to know how they can help their child who may be experiencing anxiety to a point where it is interfering with their quality of life and disrupting their ability to function at their best. The presentation will include an overview of common anxiety disorders, signs to look to for that may indicate high levels of anxiety, and simple coping skills to help reduce and manage anxiety. The Anxiety Resource Center presenter, Lynda Rupke, is a high school counselor and also has a private practice. She has over 15 years of experience counseling teens and facilitates the weekly teen support group at the ARC.
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