Checkmate! Worries win again!

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More and more children are being diagnosed with anxiety. In fact, according to a recent study, anxiety is the number one mental health concern affecting children and adolescents. During this talk we will explore the various signs of childhood anxiety, learn about brain development in children, and focus on how the quality of connection and relationship between parents and their children may play a role in resolving this issue. (For parents)

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Sarah Ruggier 370

Sarah Ruggier

Sarah aims to stir the desire for self-awareness and growth by exploring identity formation, body image, brain development, parenting, child and adolescent development, childhood anxiety, empathy, and emotional intelligence.

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