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Caught Between Generations

Caught Between Generations

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific /3 PM Eastern

June 01st 2017:Anxiety and Grief: How Your Words Heal

Do you know the signs of anxiety in a child? What should you say to a friend or loved one when life brings pain? Sherianna Boyle, author of “Mantras Made Easy,” and “Childhood Anxiety,” shares tips and techniques to help our children reduce anxiety, manage stress and feel more secure. Dr. Kelsey Crowe, author of “There is No Good Card for This,” explains why we can stop being afraid of saying the wrong things, and she helps us to show up and find the words to say to someone who is hurting.

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Sherianna Boyle

Sherianna Boyle is the author of six books the most recent being Mantras Made Easy, Choosing Love, The Four Gifts of Anxiety and The Conscious Parenting Guide to Overcoming Childhood Anxiety. She is an adjunct Psychology Professor, seasoned yoga instructor, licensed School Psychologist and Quantum Healing practioner. Her book The Four Gifts of Anxiety was endorsed by The National Association of Mental Health and Sherianna's work has been featured in over fifty published articles including Psychology Today. When she is not writing she is busy raising her three beautiful daughters. Her resources can be found at www.sheriannaboyle.com.
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Kelsey Crowe

Dr. Kelsey Crowe is an author, speaker, and founder of Help Each Other Out, which offers Empathy Bootcamp workshops to give people tools for building relationships when it really counts. She earned her Ph.D. in social work at the University of California, Berkeley, and is a faculty member in the School of Social Work at California State University. Regular clients for her talks and workshops include UCSF and Stanford University, among several others. She is a cancer survivor and human survivor, each day finding meaning in connection and a purpose driven life. You can reach her at www.helpeachotherout.org
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