MAKING SENSES OF ANXIETY

MAKING SENSES OF ANXIETY

Date: 
March 5, 2014
Time: 
7:00pm
Event Location: 
Brockton School , 3467 Duval rd, North Vancouver, BC V7L 2N7

There is currently an epidemic of anxiety affecting children of all ages. Anxiety can take many forms including obsessions, compulsions, phobias, panic, sleep issues, physical illnesses, as well as a host of perplexing behaviours such as seeking attention and avoiding situations. Today’s world can create many challenges for children with school pressures, peer interactions, family dynamics, negative self-image, perfectionism, and many other stressors that can impede a child’s ability to play, learn and grow.   Through stories, examples, and theory, Colleen will suggest ways in which parents can help support their children to find psychological and emotional rest in their world. 
 
Colleen Drobot
B.Ed., Dip. Of Special Education
Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC)
Faculty, Neufeld Institute

Colleen Drobot is a registered professional counsellor and parent consultant with a private practice in West Vancouver. She works with individuals, families, adolescents and schools districts. She is also an educator with the Coquitlam School District and has 20 years experience working with children in the regular classroom or in special needs settings. She is a faculty member of the Neufeld Institute and has worked with Dr. Neufeld’s approach for ten years. Colleen is a mother of two and draws from her personal as well as professional experience to support parents and professionals in gaining insight, opening their hearts and leading by their intuition.
 
 
BROCKTON SCHOOL
3467 Duval Rd
North Vancouver BC

$10/person, $15/couple
Call to reserve your seat:
604-929-9201
 

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