WHAT IS THE CLASS?
We are offering an 8 week skills class based on the evidence-based Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE) program from Yale School of Medicine Child Study Center.
FOR WHAT PURPOSE?
Parenting a child with anxiety can be challenging, frustrating, and exhausting. Parents may feel ineffective and hopeless, and getting their child to come to therapy adds another layer of difficulty. There is evidence to support that parents skills training is highly effective and addresses the anxiety problem at a family system level. This course helps parents change their own behavior which has an impact on the system. The goal of skills training is to decrease parental accommodation of the child’s anxiety and anxious behavior(s) in a planned out, loving, and supportive way, which will indirectly lead to behavior change in the child.
WHERE & WHEN?
19910 Malvern Rd. Room 221
Shaker Hts, Ohio 44122
WHAT IS NEEDED TO REFER?
School psychologists, counselors, social workers, medical providers, therapists, and teachers can refer parents to the class. Parents who have children with anxiety can refer themselves.
The skills training program is 8 sessions in 8 weeks.
This module starts 10/18/17 and ends 12/13/17.
There will be no class on 11/22/17 (Wednesday before Thanksgiving)
This offering is a self pay service and is $75 per session.
Payment with check or cash is accepted on a weekly basis.
Please feel free to contact either one of us with your questions and potential referrals.
We look forward to talking with you!
Joanna Hardis, LISW-S
Amy Luzar, LISW-S