This Monday parents can receive practical and prayerful advice on helping their child deal with anxiety brought on by the pandemic.
A free, one hour Webinar will take place at 7:30pm, led by Catholic educator Angela Dodds.
The event is titled Children's Anxiety & the Pandemic: How to help your child journey from fear to peace and will cover:
- Common reasons/symptoms of child anxiety.
- Practical strategies for parents.
- Catholic prayer and spirituality for children.
Angela, a parishioner at St Cuthbert's in Melrose, has 20 years’ experience working with primary children as a teacher and headteacher.
She has been helping children and families through the pandemic with 1:1 coaching and support for emotional and academic issues, has a diploma in Child Counselling and ran a school rated 'Outstanding' for Pastoral Care. The session is for parents of primary school-aged children.
The event follows the successful Mental Health and the Pandemic webinar which can be watched here.
Children's Anxiety & the Pandemic: How to help your child journey from fear to peace, takes place at 7:30pm on Monday 21 June. To register, click here. The event is run by the Catechetics Commission of the Archdiocese