With Tracey Goodwin & Holly Oberacker of Navigating ADHD, Inc.
Wednesday, May 25th
6:30 – 8:00pm
Via Zoom Link
When kids are anxious, it’s natural to want to help them feel better. While it may seem natural to protect your child from anxiety inducing situations, your child will benefit from learning resiliency as they confidently face their stressors. As parents there are many things to say and do that will calm your child’s anxiety. Tracey and Holly will describe specific communication strategies that will bring confidence and control to your anxious child. They will highlight phrases and techniques that will help your child overcome their anxiety and teach them to deal with anxiety as it comes up. Join Holly and Tracey as they present their strength based approach to parenting an anxious child, which is founded on compassion, confidence and resilience.
About our speakers: Navigating ADHD Inc. is a solutions based approach to supporting families and individuals. Co-founders Tracey Bromley Goodwin, M.Ed, ACC, ADHD Coach and Holly Oberacker, ATR, LMHC merged their unique neuro-divergent focused experience to develop proven methods for managing ADHD, anxiety, and executive functioning weaknesses. Their multi-sensory approach addresses the behavioral, organizational, and executive functioning needs of their clients through coaching, counseling, and parenting support. Tracey and Holly believe in discovering concrete solutions to help individuals reach their fullest potential. Navigating ADHD Inc. received the Mom’s Choice Award for their book, Navigating ADHD: Your Guide To the Flip Side of ADHD and received the Innovative Programming Award twice at the International CHADD Conference. Navigating ADHD has a learning and support center on Cape Cod with remote services worldwide.