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Sorting It Out: The Parent-Child Relationship and Anxiety (April 16, 2020)

Christina Corwin, MA, LMFT
WHEN Thursday, Apr 16th 2020 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM (CST)
COST $20.00 per person
$35.00 per parenting couple
AVAILABLE SPACES 45
SPACES REMAINING 45
LOCATION Olmsted County Social Service, 2117 Campus Drive SE, Rochester, MN 55904

Audience: Parents & Professionals
Level: (Beginner)
Ages addressed: 5-18

Anxiety: it’s everywhere, but where does it come from? Why is it so prevalent and what do we do with it? In our world today, many are focused on how to get rid of anxiety or make it better. By embracing anxiety, we can reduce the need for adaptive behaviors that focus on getting rid of anxiety or relieving the negative feelings. Children cannot change this on their own and need the parent-child relationship to support the change. This workshop will help caregivers deepen their understanding of anxiety and learn how to embrace it for themselves and their child.

Christina Corwin, MA, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and co-owns Cedar Valley Center for Child & Family Therapy, PLLC in Eagan, MN. She has worked with children and families for 20 years and works with many adoptive families in her private practice, focusing on trauma and attachment repair. Christina is a MN Board approved supervisor and often provides trainings for professionals and communities on trauma and attachment.