Helping Your Child with Anxiety (ages 6-13)

Many of our children are anxious. Some express their worries through upset and fear, whilst others show it through anger and frustration. Parents often don't know what they can do to help.

Our children have lived through a tumultuous time. They have lived through school closures, and social distancing. Fear of illness and worries about their relatives. They have lived through a time of profound uncertainty and unpredictability for adults and children.

This time has taken its toll on everyone, but for children, it is particularly significant. Many of them cannot clearly remember a time before the pandemic.

In this course, Dr Naomi Fisher, clinical psychologist, will explain the developmental changes which are going on between the ages of 6 and 13. She'll explain how anxiety works, how children can get stuck, and what parents can do to help. It will be practical and engaging.



This course is available to watch for 12 months after purchase.

This course is suitable for all children who experience anxiety, whether they have a diagnosis or not.

This course is not therapy. It is a psychoeducational webinar for parents who want to help their children's emotional wellbeing.


  • Introduction (1 min)
  • Middle childhood development (17 mins)
  • Anxiety in middle childhood (27 mins)
  • 3 things parents often do (8 mins)
  • What can parents do differently? (22 mins)
  • Recap and summary (2 mins)

Total running time: 1 hour 17 mins


Dr Naomi Fisher is a clinical psychologist and author. She specialises in trauma, autism and alternative approaches to education. She is registered with the HCPC. This course is not therapy and should not be used as a replacement for therapy.

£40.00 GBP

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