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Backed by research

Research has shown that training parents how to respond to their child's anxiety is just as effective as the child attending therapy themselves (bonus if you can do both!).

Learn Effective strategies

By learning how to respond to your child's anxiety, you will be setting them up for SUCCESS in their future lives. 

set your child up for success

If you have a child with anxiety, this is a MUST DO training to learn how to effectively support them.

space is limited, sign up today!

Sign up today, space is limited to keep the groups small and effective. 

The cost is for 1-2 parents.

What will you learn?

Training Information

Dates: 8 weeks on Fridays 9/15/2023 - 11/10/2023

Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm

Place: Virtually on Zoom (Link provided the week of the training)

Host: Lisa Johnson, LAC

Cost: $600 per family unit (1-2 parents) for all 8 weeks ($75/group) 

Sign Up: Click HERE or email us at to sign up with a payment plan

Also known as "SPACE" - this group teaches parents how to support their children in overcoming anxiety. 

This is a psychoeducational group designed to help parents recognize opportunities to empower their children to overcome anxiety, and to work through challenges, leading to stronger, more independent youths. It is a great class to improve outcomes of individual therapy your child is already involved in or as a stand alone resource. SPACE training is also helpful in parenting young adults who are experiencing failure to launch.


This is an 8-week program. You will be provided a link the week of the training to attend the group via Zoom. 


The cost is per family unit - and includes the attendance of 1 or 2 parents from the same family.


Here is the outline for each week:

Week 1: Setting the Stage. Understanding anxiety, personal boundaries, and support in the context of the program.

Week 2: Charting Accommodations. Understanding the role of accommodations and charting their use.

Week 3: Choosing a Target Problem and Informing the Child.

Week 4: Formulating a Plan. Formulating a concrete plan to reduce accommodation while resisting avoidance.

Week 5: Reducing Accommodation: Continued. Discussing child’s reactions to changes and reinforcing progress.

Week 6: Additional Target Behaviors: Preparing Parents to Take the Lead.

Week 7: Additional Target Behaviors: Continued.

Week 8: Summary, Review, and Planning for Future Challenges.


This group will be led by our child & teen therapist, Lisa Johnson, LAC.


Please contact us with questions.

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