Simple Strategies to Manage Anxiety – Autism Awareness Month
FOR OUR GOLD COAST AND BRISBANE FAMILIES
We hear it all day every day – the number one issue for our kids and teens on the spectrum (and their parents!) is managing anxiety.
This Autism Awareness Month, Sally Thibault and Kris Barrett have decided to tackle this head on, with the belief that if we can manage the anxious feelings, every other therapy and intervention will be far more effective – not to mention the benefits to the health and happiness of the entire household.
Come along to learn how to use some simple, cost effective strategies that are proven to reduce stress and create calming and soothing emotions. And can be used for a lifetime.
This is a free event but tickets must be booked due to space restrictions.
ABOUT YOUR PRESENTERS
Is a Speaker, Author, Essential Oils coach and Health Coach. She is the mum of two children, with her youngest son Tim diagnosed with ASD when he was two years old. Her journey as an Autism Warrior Mum has seen her son Tim go from continual illnesses, therapies and challenging behaviours, to now successfully attending mainstream school, winning awards and about to embark on a trip of school trip of a lifetime.
Kris’s passionate, compassionate and down to earth approach to health and wellness has helped hundreds of families living with ASD to create simple, cost effective strategies to overcome the most challenging aspects of life with ASD.
Is a Speaker, Author, Life Coach, EFT Trainer and Facebook Live Show Host. She is the mum of three children, with her eldest son David diagnosed with ASD in 1997 when he was 12 years old. Sally will share with you the challenges of the diagnosis which came at a time when very little was known about ASD. How with limited options, she was forced to remove him from school when he was in Year 10. But through implementing simple, anxiety focused strategies, David went on to graduate from University, find his soul mate and how he now lives and works in his dream job in Canada. An outcome she could not have possibly imagined all those years ago.
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