Anxiety Care in Anxious Times
Hosted by Heartisan Counselling & Psychotherapy in partnership with Edmonton Christian Schools
One of the predominant side effects of the COVID pandemic appears to be a kind of generalized anxiety that only intensifies the usual stressors that parents and children experience: academic, social, familial, and spiritual. It can all begin to feel overwhelming. If you are concerned that anxiety is negatively affecting your child, you are not alone.
This workshop is for parents who want to:
- increase their understanding of anxiety and its causes;
- support their kids in helpful and empathic ways; and
- learn some concrete and proven psychological and spiritual practices that will help alleviate anxiety.
Parents/Guardians, join us at Edmonton Christian Northeast School (5940 – 159 Avenue) at 7:30 on May 12th.
MDiv, MAPPC, ACCT & ACTA member
Ron Klok served as a pastor for twenty years and now practices as a Pastoral Counselor (ronklok.com). His passion is all things that pertain to Christian spirituality, mental health, and modern psychology. His values and interests include having fun, growing vegetables, reading history, carpentry, and practicing an authentic spirituality that feeds the soul.
780-905-4740 / firstname.lastname@example.org / ronklok.com
MPS, Art Therapist
Cheryl is a Registered Canadian Art Therapist, and loves how combining a creative process with psychotherapy can help facilitate growth in emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. She considers it a great privilege to be invited to come alongside people and help them find out what “abundant life” means for them. She values creativity and curiosity, and loves artmaking, learning new things, and watching anime with her sons.