Managing anxiety- our children’s and our own- can feel like and ever-increasing challenge in today’s world. In this presentation, you’ll receive an overview of the science and neurobiology underlying anxiety; be guided to reflect on how anxiety affects your own children and family; and broaden your “toolkit” for connecting with and supporting your children when they struggle with anxiety. Adults only, please.
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Presenter: Allan Cordova, Ph.D., received his doctorate from the University of Denver and completed his internship and postdoctoral work at the University of Washington. He has worked with youth and families in hospital, clinic and school settings. A native Oregonian, he joined the Children’s Program in 2002. He enjoys working with families and children of all ages. Areas of special interest include teenagers, couples, treatment of anxiety and depression, and family transitions.