Kimberly Morrow, LCSW and Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C
About the instructor
Kimberly Morrow, LCSW and Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C are both in private practice. Kimberly is in Erie, PA and Elizabeth is in North Bethesda, MD. Each has 25 years of experience using cognitive behavioral therapy with exposure and response prevention to treat anxiety and OCD. They provide online and in person training to therapists across the country.
AnxietyTraining.com provides online, evidenced based training for teachers, mental health staff, students, and parents. We have provided support for hundreds of schools throughout the United States with rave reviews.
Your workshops have really inspired me and re-energized me around feeling like I can really help those with anxiety (we are just seeing SO much of it in our building alone)! I tell everyone I can that they absolutely HAVE to go to one of your workshops if they get the chance! Thanks again!
-Nicole McAuliffe, Williamsville, NY School District
This class is available for schools to upload to their parent websites. It includes a 45 min webinar to help parents navigate the challenges of work, parenting, and helping their children succeed with online learning. We provide information about anxiety and stress, outline a way through fear to taking reasonable risks that allow their families to live a valued life, as well as 10 tips that can help them through this time.
There are also 10 companion mini videos provided by therapists representing different gender, races, and places in life to provide an experiential component to these tips.
This course is for parents and does not include CE's.
- Class - 45 minutes
- Tip 1: Recognize the role of anxiety
- Tip 2: Accept that the future is uncertain
- Tip 3: Practice Mindfulness -- Adam Miller, LCSW Erie PA
- Tip 4: Focus on the things you value in your life
- Tip 5: Exercise most days
- Tip 6: Attend to the positives in your life
- Tip 7: Get enough but not too much sleep
- Tip 8: Limit social media and compulsive information checking
- Tip 9: Embrace imperfection
- Tip 10: Model being brave and tolerating disappointment