In days gone by we called them 'shy' children or sometimes just quiet but today we realise that behind their shyness is often a fear or worry about how to behave, what others will think of them and what might happen next. Anxiety can appear at almost any age and may show itself as an inability to sleep, tummy aches on the way to school or a social gathering or just simply an unwillingness to participate in activities with others.
Some anxious children are fine with others but frightened at night or when they are alone - with nightmares and poor sleep patterns or a constant desire for company.
Whatever the anxieties your child might have here is a workshop to explore some of the causes and ways of supporting anxious children of any age to feel more in control and overcome their worries before they become too entrenched and hard to shift.
Date: Thursday 11th June 2020
Time: 7.30 - 9.30pm
Venue: Barnes Primary School,
Cross Street, Barnes, SW13 0QQ
Booking is required
Places cost £17.50 each
additional places can be added at the checkout.
"I feel I have some strategies to try with my daughter." Parent
"It was so good just to hear the stories of other parents. I thought my son was the only one." Parent
"I have felt helpless for so long but now I can do something that might change everything." Parent
"...he's been getting slowly worse and I realise I've been letting him because I didn't know what to do. Now I have some great new strategies to try" Parent
"Can you come live at our house please?" Parent
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