Parenting Anxious Children and Teenagers
Anxiety has become part and parcel of modern life. Its impact on family and on young people’s lives in particular can be debilitating. Parents typically feel at a loss to know what to do. Join Bronagh Starrs, internationally renowned psychotherapist, trauma specialist, academic and author for this webinar which will focus on supporting parents of to understand childhood and adolescent anxiety. A trove of helpful strategies will be presented.
Date: Tuesday 02 March 2021
About the Presenter
Bronagh Starrs is Founder & Director of Blackfort Adolescent Gestalt Institute and Programme Director for the MSc Adolescent Psychotherapy in Dublin Counselling & Therapy Centre in partnership with University of Northampton. She maintains a private practice in Omagh, Northern Ireland, as a
psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, writer and trainer, specialising in working with adolescents. Bronagh is an adolescent development specialist and has considerable experience teaching and presenting throughout Ireland and
internationally on the developmental implication of trauma on the adolescent journey. Her book Adolescent Psychotherapy - A Radical Relational Approach (Routledge, London) has received international acclaim.
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Hosted by: General Practice Multi-Disciplinary Team, WHSCT & Barnardo’s NI, Strabane Family Support Hub