How to Help Children Cope with Fear and Anxiety

Empowering Your Child Now & for Years to Come

In this 70 minute audio and written exercise, Kalanit Ben-Ari presents her core ideas on how to help children cope with fear and anxiety. It is designed for busy parents to listen at home or on the go, at their own pace.

When parents are faced with a stressed or anxious child, they often react in a way that unconsciously fuels the child's fear. Even with the best intentions, parents often create more dependancy that, in turn, disempowers the child.

Kalanit's down-to-earth approach delivers concise information (based on the very latest research in the area) and provides proven, easy, realistic and practical tips that can be used in real-life situations.

The talk includes many practical tips and examples for how to help parents to empower their children to overcome fear. With simple, yet significant, suggestions, children can discover their strengths and bravery to cope with challenges -- skills that will stay with them for years to come.  

This talk is for parents of children aged 2-12, available for 30 days from purchase. 

Kalanit Ben-Ari, Ph.D.
Kalanit Ben-Ari, Ph.D.
Senior Therapist & Lecturer

About the instructor

Kalanit Ben-Ari, Ph.D. has extensive experience working with couples and families helping them establish and maintain the relationships they desire as well as facilitating relationship workshops. She has worked as a couples therapist and parental advisor for the past 15 years and has a private clinic in Hampstead, London.          

In her own personal life, she is married to Adi and they have two wonderful daughters.            

Professionally, she gained a BA and an MA in Social Work, specialising in Clinical Child Development, at the University of Haifa, Israel. She gained a Doctorate in Psychology at the Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Social Issues, Birkbeck, University of London. Her main research area was the influence of psychological processes and childhood experiences on adult romantic relationships. She is a Certified Imago Therapist and Chair of Imago Therapy UK. She is also an IRI (Imago Relationship International) Board member.She was trained by Harville Hendrix, founder of Imago Relationship Therapy, an internationally recognised relationship therapy approach.

Kalanit is the author of two books: The Lost Book, for children, and Small Steps to Great Parenting, for parents of children aged 2-12.

Kalanit frequently teaches and lectures on a variety of parental and couples topics, and she is a certified workshop presenter for some of the best known parenting programmes (e.g., “How to Talk So Kids Will Listen”, and “Connected Parents-Thriving Kids”). She has also developed her own programme for parents, based on her book Small Steps to Great Parenting,  which she teaches in parenting groups at her clinic, community and educational centres.

What's included?

1 Survey
3 Texts
2 PDFs
1 Audio

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What others have been saying about this course:

yael shahar

Great Title. I'll add stress as well maybe as to me the connection wasn't obvious...

Absolutely great content for parents looking to help their children deal with stress, fear and anxiety and also for adults in general. I have learnt so many new things about how we view the world and how are children view it from their point of vi...

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Very Helpful

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