A Free Parent Webinar:
Parent Anxiety and Its Impact on Kids
Parent anxiety is prevalent even in the best of times. However, parent anxiety during a pandemic can be hard to manage — it can be downright overwhelming.
So, what is the impact of our stress and anxiety impact our kids? And, what does it take to stay calm and parent well during pandemic times?
Guest speaker, Debbie Pincus, psychotherapist, and author of The Calm Parent, explains ways to ground yourself when you feel like everything around you is shaking.
In this interactive, action-specific webinar you will learn the keys to maintaining emotional calm while juggling so many balls- everything from getting three meals on the table, overseeing home schooling, keeping kids motivated and managing everyone’s emotional well-being, often while trying to work yourself.
The keys go beyond taking deep breaths. Some may surprise you. Come join us for a free, fun and informative 30-minute webinar!
What you will learn:
- Manage your parent anxiety during a pandemic
- Get clear what you are responsible for and what you are not when you have lots to juggle
- Focus on yourself so your kids can focus on themselves when stress is high
- Not rely upon your kids for your equilibrium
Debbie is a licensed psychotherapist and a certified parent and family coach. She has been practicing privately for over 25 years and has offices in Larchmont, NY. She leads parent groups, workshops, seminars and webinars.
Debbie has written monthly articles for Empowering Parents and has written and developed the program The Calm Parent AM & PM. She was a guest on Good Morning America, and at the Family Institute in Hong Kong, speaking on parenting issues. She was trained at the Gestalt Institute of New York, and the Family Institute of Georgetown. She is a certified Screamfree Parent and Marriage Coach.
Debbie lives in Larchmont with her husband. Her three adult children have successfully launched.
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