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Five things parents need to know about teen anxiety:

  • Understand why teen anxiety leaves you feeling stuck, not knowing how you can help your teen to get back to school, spend time with their friends, go on days out, live their life.

  • Learn how you as a parent can support your teen to recover from anxiety so they can get back to living their life.

with Dr Rebecca Mount,

Clinical Psychologist

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Friday, 5th May, 2023

1.00 pm British Summer Time 

Can't attend live? Register now and I'll send you a free replay.

An Opportunity to Learn Directly from a Clinical Psychologist - LIVE

An overview of what you will learn:

What anxiety is and how it becomes a problem in the lives of teenagers.

Why teen anxiety makes parenting a really difficult task. We will consider the common strategies parents use when tackling teen anxiety and why these often do not work.

A psychologically-informed way parents can approach their teen's anxiety so they are able to help their teen to recover; so their teen can start re-engaging with friends, school, family and their lives.  

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YOU WILL WALK AWAY WITH ACTIONABLE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO START HELPING YOUR TEEN RECOVER FROM ANXIETY  

Register to receive a link to the recording afterwards this event. 

Learn that it is possible to stop anxiety eroding the quality of your teen's life, even if your teen says they do not want help.

I guarantee, no teen wants to spend their days isolated, away from school, their friends and their lives. 

The trouble is once anxiety takes hold (meaning your child is doing less and less), they start to feel more and more hopeless about themselves and what is possible and doing more feels increasingly scary.

When a teen with anxiety says "I don't want help" they are really saying "I am too scared to make any changes, it is all too hard and nothing will work anyway".

This is the battle with anxiety, not your teen. On this free event, we will explore how your teen is doing the best they can right now. 

Once you understand why is it so hard for your teen to make positive changes, you will be in a position to form a team with them. As a team, you can then work together to help them to get their life back on track, one step at a time.     

Learn that you can support your teen to start getting back to school, seeing their friends, and going out as a family, even if your teen won't talk to you about their anxiety right now. 

After years of helping children, teens and families to overcome anxiety here is what I know to be true......

Young people really do want to talk if only they know how. When you ask your teen why they are not able to go to school or to go out with friends, it is likely they really don't know - anxiety can be as confusing for them as you!    

In this free event, we will learn how it is possible to approach your teen and the issue of anxiety in a way that opens the possibility of having helpful conversations. 

Conversations where:

  • you find out how anxiety feels for your child, what they are thinking and how anxiety is preventing them from going to school, seeing their friends and getting on with their life. 

  • your teen starts to feel that you get it and understand what is so hard for them. 

Once you know how to have these conversations, you'll be in best position to start helping your teen!

This FREE live event will last for one hour. If you can't join me on Friday 5th May @ 1.00 pm, don't worry. I will email all the people who register with a link to watch the recording the following day.  

About me, your instructor, 
Dr Rebecca Mount

Hi there, I'm a Mum to three children, a lover of the outdoors and nature (as long as this in done in some level of comfort), holiday maker, fan of good pub grub by a cosy fire and the odd glass of wine. 

I am also Clinical Psychologist with a passion to help teens overcome mental health struggles with their parents support.

My wish is for teens to acquire the skills needed to conquer life challenges; to thrive now and in the years ahead and I believe parents play a really important role in this process. 

I qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2005 (University of Birmingham). Prior to this, I completed a PhD in Psychology at University College London and in the more distant past, I completed my first degree in Psychology (BSc) from the University of Reading.

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For twenty years, I have been practicing as a Clinical Psychologist specialising in working with children and young people . I have worked in child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) for the NHS, Local Authorities and for charities and community interest companies. I am registered with the Health Professions Council (www.hcpc-uk.org) as a practitioner psychologist.

Over the last ten years I have been working in independent practice and this is now my main focus. I continue to offer direct clinical services to children, young people and families from my office in the West Midlands.

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You should join me if.....

You are a parent of a child age 12 - 16 years

You can see your child is struggling. They no longer want to go out for family meals or days out. They are reluctant to go to school or do school work. They make excuses to avoid going out with their friends you know they like. They have stopped regularly attending their football, netball, gymnastics or drama club.

You think they are struggling with anxiety. 

You feel lost about HOW to help them overcome this anxiety.

You try really hard to help them but nothing seems to be working, you feel stuck. 

Everything you try seems to lead to arguments or makes it worse.  

You want to find out more about anxiety and how you can support your teen to recover from it, to get back into their life.  

IF THIS IS YOU, THERE IS AN APPROACH YOU CAN TAKE TO HELP YOUR TEEN FIND A WAY TO OVERCOME ANXIETY

so

THEY CAN START LIVING THEIR LIFE (GOING BACK TO SCHOOL, SEEING FRIENDS, etc..)

I REALLY HOPE YOU CAN JOIN ME ON THE FRIDAY 5TH MAY TO FIND OUT HOW. 

Friday, 5th May, 2023

1.00 pm British Summer Time 

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