Parents of children with Anxiety

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When children have anxiety, it impacts the whole family. It can be incredibly hard for parents to know what to say and how to help. And, without support, children’s anxiety often escalates or becomes entrenched.

It’s normal for parents to feel frustrated, worried or distressed when children are struggling – but there are parenting strategies you can learn that will make a real difference to your child’s anxiety. We’re here to help you.

Our online parenting course Triple P® Fear-Less has been specifically developed to help parents cope with the challenges of parenting a child with anxiety. It will help you understand what causes anxiety and take you step-by-step through concrete strategies you can use to help reduce your child’s anxiety.

Triple P® Fear-Less is suitable for parents of children aged 6-14yrs. It is available as an online course alongside support sessions from a qualified parenting coach to help you talk through your concerns and work out the best solutions for your family.

  • Know what to do when your child is anxious or upset.
  • Help your child develop a toolkit of coping skills to overcome anxiety.
  • Break the cycle of anxiety and avoidance.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Positive Parenting Project
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There are two packages available: -Basic package: 6-week online parenting course plus 1 x 30-minute support session from a Triple P accredited parenting coach by phone/zoom -Supported package: 6-week online parenting course plus 4 x 30-minute support sessions from a Triple P accredited parenting coach by phone/zoom Bespoke 1-2-1 parenting coaching is also available. (Fees available on website)


Age Ranges
Parents of children aged 6-14yrs
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